Fox exec: Super Bowl ad sales are "done"

Advertising inventory for next year's Super Bowl has been entirely gobbled up, said Fox Sports executive Neil Mulcahy, indicating strong demand for spots in the big game. Automakers played a large role in selling out the inventory, and "there are indications that some advertisers are paying in a range between $4 million and $4.5 million" for a 30-second spot, Stuart Elliott writes.

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