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What you need to know in advertising today

The Super Bowl isn't the Super Bowl without its ads, but luckily you don't need to wait until Sunday to watch them. This year, NBC is reportedly charging $5 million per 30 seconds of commercial showing time. Some of the world's biggest companies have spent millions on a premium spot for Sunday night's show. Find out what we know so far, based on a list put together by iSpotTV and what we've seen so far online.
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