Economics of the Super Bowl

The half-time show is just beginning—but what happened before that to get the Super Bowl on the field? The Economics of the Super Bowl takes a fascinating look at the production process and financing of the Super Bowl. Various links in the economic chain include ticket sales, television broadcasting rights, advertising revenue, and contracting with performers for the half-time show, as well as for laborers to set up the stage and sound.

Part of the Economics of Entertainment Series from Crabtree Books

Very thorough, with plenty of information augmented by diagrams, graphs and charts, this series is meant for the reader who is passionate about the subject….
CM Magazine, Volume XXI Number 2, Sept 2014
Super Bowl has the strongest general introduction to the subject of economics, including the subject of budgets, income and expenses, supply and demand. Overall these provide a lively introduction to the entertainment business world. 
Kathleen Isaacs, Booklist, September 1, 2014
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  • written by Lizann Flatt
  • Produced by: Bender Richardson White
  • Published by: Crabtree Books, 2014
  • size 8″ x 10″
  • 48 pages
  • interest level: grades  5 to 8

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