Monday, January 27, 2014

CTV Has You Ready For Super Bowl 48

CTV announced today its broadcast plans, sponsor details, and associated programming for the biggest annual television event in North America, the SUPER BOWL. CTV culminates its broadcast of the 2013-14 NFL season with exclusive Canadian coverage of SUPER BOWL XLVIII featuring the AFC Champion Denver Broncos taking on the NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, Feb. 2 (coverage begins at 12 noon ET). For the second year in a row, CTV will also offer live streaming of the game in Canada on

CTV's extensive live coverage of SUPER BOWL XLVIII from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. airs live nationally on Sunday, Feb. 2 beginning at 12 noon ET, with six-and-a-half consecutive hours of pre-game programming (see below for details; visit to confirm local broadcast times).

Last year's SUPER BOWL broadcast on CTV and RDS was the most-watched broadcast of the year in Canada with a combined television audience of 7.38 million viewers.
Mobile coverage of SUPER BOWL XLVIII is available exclusively on Bell Mobile TV.
Sponsors and Advertising
Each year, the SUPER BOWL ranks as the single hottest property for Canadian advertisers, and SUPER BOWL XLVIII is no exception with CTV exceeding all sales objectives.
Labatt Breweries of Canada returns as presenting sponsor of the SUPER BOWL on CTV, with Ford of Canada, McDonalds Restaurants of Canada, and Nissan Canada all returning as quarter sponsors.
Key advertisers for CTV's SUPER BOWL XLVIII coverage also include Bell, Bank of Montreal, Disney, H&R Block, H&M, Kia, Mazda, Petro Canada brand, SunCor, Telus, and Wonderful Pistachios, among others.


Anonymous said...

And we will all be forced to watch it... #stopsimulcast

Don Mitchell said...

To bad CTV isn't as bullish for a Canadian Championship!

Anonymous said...

Who cares what ctv is showing. sign up at, you get an hd stream for 45 days as a free trail, hdmi cable from the lab top to the hd tv equals us feed with us commercials. Not that hard, it is 2014.