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Super Bowl XLVII Ratings Set New Record

1. 48.1/71 – Super Bowl XLVII, Ravens 34-49ers, 31, CBS

2. 47.9/71 – Super Bowl XLV, Packers 31-Steelers 25 (Fox)
3. 47.9/68 – Super Bowl XXI, Giants 39-Broncos 20 (CBS)
4. 47.8/71 – Super Bowl XLVI, Giants 21-Patriots 17 (NBC)
5. 47.4/NA – Super Bowl XIV, Steelers 31-Rams 19 (CBS)

Top 10 Metered Markets For Super Bowl XLVII

1. Baltimore 59.6/83
2. New Orleans 57.1/77
3. Washington, DC 56.9/80
4. Norfolk 55.8/76
5. Dayton 54.6/72
6. Columbus, OH 54.3/73
7. Indianapolis 54.2/76
8. Richmond-Petersburg 53.7/74
9. Milwaukee 53.4/73
10. Jacksonville 53.3/70

Strange that the SF Bay Area didn't even make the Top 10!
 

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After the blackout the ratings went up
. Plus Alot of ppl was watching for Beyonce

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Super Bowl XLVII Ratings Set New Record

1. 48.1/71 – Super Bowl XLVII, Ravens 34-49ers, 31, CBS

2. 47.9/71 – Super Bowl XLV, Packers 31-Steelers 25 (Fox)
3. 47.9/68 – Super Bowl XXI, Giants 39-Broncos 20 (CBS)
4. 47.8/71 – Super Bowl XLVI, Giants 21-Patriots 17 (NBC)
5. 47.4/NA – Super Bowl XIV, Steelers 31-Rams 19 (CBS)

Top 10 Metered Markets For Super Bowl XLVII

1. Baltimore 59.6/83
2. New Orleans 57.1/77
3. Washington, DC 56.9/80
4. Norfolk 55.8/76
5. Dayton 54.6/72
6. Columbus, OH 54.3/73
7. Indianapolis 54.2/76
8. Richmond-Petersburg 53.7/74
9. Milwaukee 53.4/73
10. Jacksonville 53.3/70

Strange that the SF Bay Area didn't even make the Top 10!
Isn't football too 'manly' for the good folks of SF? I'm surprised that football hasn't been banned altogether in California.
 
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Peculiar, since Neilson has SB 44 listed at 56.3 in New Orleans.
I don't know, maybe I'm missing something.
 

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You believe everything you read? Lol these media morons aren't correct 30% of the time.
 

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Where are the ratings for the saints/colts game because i would swear it was the most watched show on tv ever when it aired?
Seems to be a difference between "ratings" and "number of viewers".. this is from last year:

Super Bowls continue to be the most watched shows of all time. This year’s game between New England and the New York Giants garnered the largest audience of all, with 111.3 million viewers. In history, the next most watched shows were the 2011 and 2010 Super Bowls, followed by the finale of Mash in 1983, which had 106 million viewers. The 2009, 2008 1996 and 2007 Super Bowls are next on the list.
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I think the Media pulls numbers out of thier *** sometimes.

Media hyped this SB up because of the Harbaugh bros and everything, it wasnt even a competitive game until Lights went out.
 

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Where are the ratings for the saints/colts game because i would swear it was the most watched show on tv ever when it aired?
Obviously the TV stats for that game were stricken from the record books due to the fact that it happened during the "bounty scandal." :mwink:

/sarcasm
 

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