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Question 1: NBC also received the rights to two Super Bowls in its bidding, Super Bowl XLIII and Super Bowl XLVI as well as the ________ in each of those two years.
Pro BowlPlayoff BowlNational Football LeagueNFL on television

Question 2: NFL on NBC is the brand given to NBC Sports coverage of National Football League games until 1998, when NBC lost the NFL American Football Conference rights to ________.
Public Broadcasting ServiceAmerican Broadcasting CompanyCBSThe CW Television Network

Question 3: ________Canadian broadcastsDoubleheader (television)Fox affiliate switches of 1994List of major sports teams in the United States by cityPrimary television stations
Blackout (broadcasting)NFL NetworkThursday Night FootballNFL on television

Question 4: ________
List of NFL on NBC commentator pairingsNFL on televisionList of NFL on NBC announcersList of Super Bowl broadcasters

Question 5: From 1955-1963, NBC televised the ________, the precursor to the Super Bowl.
National Football LeagueThanksgiving ClassicHistory of National Football League ChampionshipNFL on television

Question 6: For the 2009 season Joe Theismann and ________ took Collinsworth's place in the booth for the first game of Wild Card Weekend.
Russ GrimmWashington RedskinsArt MonkJoe Gibbs

Question 7: On March 6, ________, NBC Radio and the NFL entered into a two year agreement granting NBC the radio rights to a 37-game package in each of the 1985-1986 seasons.
1988198319901985

Question 8: In ________, NBC Radio's broadcast of Super Bowl XXI between the New York Giants and Denver Broncos was heard by a record 10.1 million people.
1987199119891988

Question 9: To avoid a repeat incident, a 1975 NBC broadcast of ________ was delayed until the completion of a Washington RedskinsRaiders game.
Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryCharlie and the Chocolate Factory (film)Willy Wonka & the Chocolate FactoryCharlie and the Chocolate Factory (video games)

Question 10: After the ________, Curt Gowdy was removed from NBC's baseball telecasts, when sponsor Chrysler insisted on having Joe Garagiola (who was their spokesman in many commercials) be the lead play-by-play voice.
1967 World Series1972 World Series1986 World Series1975 World Series







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