WHO MAKES MONEY ON SUPER BOWL?

The Super Bowl is one game on one day, but it takes a lot of time, hard work, and money to put on a Super Bowl. Teams work and play games all season, television networks plan and broadcast stories to generate interest in the game, and cities compete for the right to host the big game, and prepare for the big day. All of them spend lots of money. Why? Because all of them expect to make huge profits.

ANNUAL REVENUE (approx.)

Annual Revenue of North American Sports Leagues

National Football League $9.5 billion

Major League Baseball S $7.7 billion

National Basketball Association $4.3 billion

National Hockey League $3.0 billion

The National Football League has the biggest revenue of any sports league.

The company A.C. Nielsen provides statistics on what people watch on television. In 2013, Super Bowl XLVII reached an estimated audience of 164.1 million viewers. That made it the most watched broadcast in American history. How do you think delivering the game to all those viewers influences the price the NFL can ask a TV network for the right to show the game?

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