Super Bowl XLV was seen by 111 million viewers, making it the most-watched prime-time telecast in U.S. history.
And while Glee got its biggest audience ever, it was down — way down — from the show that got the high-profile timeslot after last year's game.
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TV Guide Magazine: As new stadiums are being built, how much are you involved in making certain each stadium offers the right kind of multi-media viewing experience, and how will 3D fit into all the plans?
Goodell: In getting the stadiums built, we have a lot of input. We play various roles in getting them approved....
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The Dallas Cowboys host the Green Bay Packers Thursday in what is arguably the NFL seasons biggest game to date not involving the New England Patriots. Yet much of the country wont be able to watch the contest, which is airing on the fledgling NFL Network. The league-owned channel is available in only 43.5 million of the countrys 112.8 million households because many cable companies, like Time Warner, dont feel its worth the price the NFL is charging. (Satellite providers Dish Network and DirecTV do offer the network, and NFL Network games are also shown on free TV in the local markets of the teams playing.) The NFL has attempted to make its network more appealing by adding eight regular-season games this fall, including Thursdays meeting (Nov. 29, 8 pm/ET) between NFC rivals Dallas and Green Bay, both 10-1.One cable company that does offer the NFL Network is Comcast, but only as part of its Sports Entertainment Package, which requires an addition...
A different style of football invades Londons Wembley Stadium on Sunday, Oct. 28, when the NFL hosts its first regular-season game outside North America.The matchup between the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins will start at 1 pm/ET (6 o'clock local time in London) on Fox, but will only be aired in scheduled regional markets. Thom Brennaman, Daryl Johnston and sideline reporter Tony Siragusa will call the game. ESPNs Rachel Nichols will be in England the entire weekend providing updates and conducting interviews with players for SportsCenter and Sunday NFL Countdown."Our goal is to translate America's obsession into the world's passion," NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said at a sports business conference in London yesterday. If this game is a success, the league will schedule more regular-season games abroad next year. Reporting by Rob Moynihan