Fox Sells Out Super Bowl Ad Space
Advertisers still looking to lock down TV ad time during next year's Super Bowl are apparently out of luck. Fox, which will be hosting the big game, says it's sold out. Forty three advertisers, including Anheuser-Busch, Chevrolet, Doritos and GoDaddy.com, have reportedly signed on for TV spots ranging from 30 seconds to two minutes. There is still some ad space left online for Fox's live stream of the game. however. The network is also offering up ad time during shows on Fox Sports 1 in the lead-up to the game as well as during pre-game programming.
Fox will broadcast Super Bowl 48 live from MetLife Stadium at the Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey on February 2nd. Pop/R&B singer Bruno Mars has been tapped to perform the halftime show. (Metro Networks Inc.)