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9 Feb 2018

Despite a seven-per-cent year-on-year audience decline, Super Bowl LII was still one of the 10 most-viewed shows in US history – making it the perfect platform for brands to reach a mass audience. Broadcaster NBC was able to charge a staggering $5.2m (€4.2m) for a 30-second advertising spot.

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1 Feb 2018

Lester Bagley, Minnesota Vikings executive vice president of public affairs, talks about the franchise's approach to hosting Super Bowl LII at its US Bank Stadium

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