The first Super Bowl was held in New York in 1954, and it was the first time a game had been broadcast in the US since the World War II conflict.
It was also the first of the first major sporting events to be broadcast live online.
Today, the games are broadcast online and streamed on TV.
New York is the epicentre of the NFL’s success and the home of one of the world’s largest sports markets.
“It was the perfect storm of opportunity,” said Tom Pennington, a sports economist at Harvard University who helped lead the league’s research into the sport in the 1990s.
“The NFL is growing so fast that the demand for live sports coverage is enormous.”
But despite all of that, New York has seen a steady decline in viewership over the years, with the New York Jets and New York Mets taking the top two spots on Sports Business Daily’s “Top 50 Sports Markets” list.
Pennington noted that the New Yorker has the lowest ratings of any city in the world.
“That’s the paradox,” he said.
And I think that’s going to be tested. “
But I think you also have this very localised perception that New York was the only place for big-city sports.
New York will be a target for advertisers as the NFL ramps up for the Super Bowl in February, which could see a spike in TV ad sales and advertising revenue. “
There’s going, of course, to be the appeal of the New Jersey beaches, but also you’ve got New York’s big, iconic skyline, which is going to get a lot less attention.”
New York will be a target for advertisers as the NFL ramps up for the Super Bowl in February, which could see a spike in TV ad sales and advertising revenue.
“If you’re going to advertise in the biggest market in the United States, then you’re likely to have an impact on the rest of the country,” Pennington said.
New Yorkers have long complained about the lack of a television presence, particularly after the 2004 World Cup, when New York had just about no TV presence.
“A lot of the big cities in the country are losing money,” Pennington said.
A recent report from advertising firm DDB Research found that New Yorkers had lost $3.5 billion in ad revenue to the US over the past 10 years, largely due to the lack to local television coverage.
And the US’s second-largest city, New Orleans, has the second-lowest ratings of all the cities in its metro area, behind only Miami.
New Jersey has been in the news recently because of the deaths of several people on the New Brunswick waterfront in April.
The deaths prompted a national debate about whether New Jersey should allow recreational boating in the state’s waters.
But New Jersey Governor Chris Christie said the deaths were not linked to boating, and New Jersey’s boating commission said they had found no evidence to suggest that recreational boaters were at risk.
“We’ve had a lot in the last few years of people taking their boating seriously, and that’s been the trend,” Peninton said.
And while New Jersey is the biggest city in New Jersey, there are other major sports markets, such as Los Angeles, Atlanta and Dallas, that also have a presence in the region.
But Pennington predicted that while the popularity of sports will likely remain strong, New Yorkers will be looking to other ways to access sports content.
“I think New Yorkers are just looking for new ways to be part of the community,” he added.
“New York has been the hub of a lot, and there’s going an opportunity to grow that hub into other markets.”