The broadcast, which will air on Sunday, February 2, will incorporate ads from 43 advertisers, including Anheuser-Busch, Butterfinger, Chevrolet, Doritos, GoDaddy.com, Hyundai, Intuit, Jaguar, Mars, Oikos, PepsiCo, GM, and Wonderful Pistachios.
The TV commercials will range from traditional 30-second and 60-second spots to longer 90-second and two-minute formats.
In an interview with The New York Times, Neil Mulcahy, executive vice president for sales at FOX Sports, cited a resurgence in automobile advertising as a major source of sales, saying: “Certainly, the autos embraced [the Super Bowl]. All the car companies are back.”
As Forbes notes, the strong demand for Super Bowl TV advertising reflects the fact that the event is one of the last remaining ways for advertisers to reach a mass audience. Last year, Super Bowl XLVII on CBS averaged 109.2 million viewers, ranking as the third most-watched television event in U.S. history. The most-watched program in U.S. television history was the 2012 Super Bowl.
While the in-game TV ads spots are sold out, FOX says brands hoping to reach the Super Bowl audience still have options. The pre-game broadcast on FOX Sports 1 has inventory available, as do the network’s digital platforms.
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Written by Michael Del Gigante