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Super Bowl Ratings

SUPER RECORDS: The thrilling Baltimore Ravens-S.F. 49ers Super Bowl XLVII turned in a records-setting overnight ratings performance for CBS. With an average household mark of 48.1/71, the game was the highest-rated in metered market history, earning a 1% boost over last year’s N.Y. Giant-New England Patriot nailbiter. Previous high was the Super Bowl XLV matchup two years ago between the Green Bay Packers and Pittsburgh Steelers in Dallas with a 47.9/71 mark. Despite those record-breaking overnights, the game  failed to eclipse the record 111.3 million viewers who watched last year’s Giants-Pats game on NBC. Yesterday's game garnered an audience of 108.41 million, also down from the 111 million who watched Super Bowl XLV in 2011. With those numbers in, Super Bowl XLVII is now the third most watched program in U.S. TV history. With an average fast national share of 46.3/69, the Ravens-49ers matchup was the second-highest-rated Super Bowl in 27 years. Only the 1986 Super Bowl between the Chicago Bears and New England Patriots did better with a 48.3/70. (2/4p)

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