Fox Broadcasting reportedly has "just a handful" of TV spots available for the Feb. 6 Super Bowl, which is commanding average rates of about $3 million for a 30-second commercial.
The Super Bowl, well in advance of its kickoff, reportedly is an ad sellout. An unnamed marketer has signed for the final pair of spots, as well as pregame time.
Fox reportedly is down to its final pair of 30-second spots for the Feb. 6 telecast of Super Bowl XLV. Ads are said to be going for $3 million.
Jack Shelley, a veteran radio and TV personality and longtime journalism professor in Iowa who helped found RTNDA, died Tuesday. He was 98.
Radio World editor Paul McLane gives details about a panel he is moderating at this year's NAB-RAB Radio Show dubbed "Ask the Experts: Technical/Regulatory/Legal/FCC."
Subaru of America will be the automotive sponsor of the Puppy Bowl, the annual Animal Planet cutefest that runs opposite the Super Bowl. Subaru will use the Puppy Bowl on Feb. 7 to launch at least seven new spots created by Carmichael Lynch.