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Super Bowl site opens

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The National Football League and Microsoft Corp. officially opened their Super Bowl Web site. The site, with advertising support from title sponsor Microsoft features previews and news from the playoff games, game analysis and historical info on the Super Bowl. During the Jan. 28 game, the site will feature online commentary from NFL and NBC experts, live play-by-play and statistics.

The site will be open for about a month. It carries the most expensive Web ad price yet. Microsoft reportedly paid more than $200,000 for its title sponsorship. Other ad slots went for $100,000 to $150,000.

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