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This year’s Super Bowl will likely attract the largest audience and the most ad revenue in NFL history. NBC sold out all of its Super Bowl ad slots, which cost $4.5 million for 30 seconds of airtime (a record). And online gambling website Vegas Insider placed the over-under on the number of Super Bowl viewers at 113 million, which would be the largest audience in the history of U.S. television.
Vine is today introducing a new layer of the service called Vine Kids. It’s meant to be a safe, kid-friendly space for a younger audience to play around with the app and watch vines.
The app pulls from the millions of Vines being created on the platform and chooses ones that are appropriate for children. The interface of the Kids section of the app has also been tailored to be more fun for children, showing a new Vine each time the user swipes left or right and playing “quirky” sounds each time the user taps the screen.
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