REDMOND, Wash. — Jan. 29, 2007 — As more than 100,000 football fans descend on Miami for the big game on Feb. 4, the millions of Americans watching on TV will be preparing for a tradition almost as special as the game itself: the advertisements that run during the big game. As part of its extensive coverage of the championship game, FOXSports.com on MSN® will offer visitors the ability to watch all of the advertisements that run during the game broadcast at http://msn.foxsports.com and on MSN Video at http://msnvideo.com. Fans can then vote online for their favorites.
The ads will be available on the sites shortly after they air on television on Sunday, Feb. 4. Fans can catch any ads they missed, re-watch their favorites, vote for their picks of best and worst, and see how the rest of America voted. In addition to the advertisements from the game, FOXSports.com on MSN will offer football fans a wealth of original video content from Miami every day leading up to Sunday’s game. Exclusive video interviews from Miami with a slew of current and former pro football stars will complement analysis from FOXSports.com’s Kevin Hench, John Czarnecki and Peter Schrager as they break down the key matchups and offer their championship predictions.
About FOXSports.com on MSN
FOX Sports on MSN is a leading sports Website that delivers breaking news, real-time stats and fantasy games to more than 15 million unique visitors every month. FOXSports.com, a unit of Fox Interactive Media, is the exclusive provider of sports content for MSN in the U.S. and it is the online extension of FOX Sports television coverage. Located at http://msn.foxsports.com/, the site provides sports fans with a wealth of exclusive online video content, and is the industry leader in the delivery of sports content to mobile devices via its Fox Sports Mobile products.
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