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NBC fades to black due to missed ad, then awkwardly goes back to action

NBC has sold 30 second ads for Super Bowl LII for a reported $5 million per. So it’s a big deal when an ad doesn’t fire off correctly. It happened midway during the 2nd quarter and millions of TV’s went to black instead of commercial and then NBC awkwardly went back to the game with Read more... The post NBC fades to black due to missed ad, then awkwardly goes back to action appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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