This year’s game will likely be one of the most watched television broadcasts of all time with more than 109 million viewers. The Super Bowl generates more ad revenue than all seven games of the World Series or all three games during NCAA Final Four weekend.
Advertisers have a lot at stake, paying nearly $4 million for the average 30-second spot, and they are leaving little to chance. To get the most of the big investment, some advertisers are turning their 30-second spots into large scale multimedia events claims public relations consultant John P. David.
His blog post on the topic (miamiprblog.com)
“The large audience draws top-tier advertisers that use the game as an influential branding platform, and the commercials themselves are now an integral part of the Super Bowl watching experience. People don’t change the channel during the Super Bowl, and they are less likely to go to the kitchen for extra dip during game breaks,” said David in his blog. David, president of David PR Group, has counseled executives on public relations and crisis communications for more than 20 years.
“When you combine it all together, you get a massive, committed audience watching DVR-proof live sports. It makes for valuable air time,” said David.
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