The Super Bowl's Live Stream Tablet Ads Are Almost Sold Out [THE BRIEF]

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Good morning, AdLand. Here’s what you need to know today:CBSSports.com has almost entirely sold out its ad space for its live-streaming Super Bowl second-screen broadcast. Tablets have become more and more integrated into the television watching experience. Last year year, NBC streamed the Super Bowl for the first time, attracting 2.1 million unique users, so it’s only natural that advertisers would want to take advantage of that medium.

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