In the 22-county area that Charlotte’s WBTV (Channel 3) got the CBS broadcast of the game, 1.4 million viewers were tuned to the game. That is 22 percent higher than the average in the region for the six previous Super Bowls.
In the 22-county area that Charlotte’s WBTV (Channel 3) got the CBS broadcast of the game, 1.4 million viewers were tuned to the game. That is 22 percent higher than the average in the region for the six previous Super Bowls. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
In the 22-county area that Charlotte’s WBTV (Channel 3) got the CBS broadcast of the game, 1.4 million viewers were tuned to the game. That is 22 percent higher than the average in the region for the six previous Super Bowls. Robert Lahser rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
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