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    How a Super Bowl Commercial Became a Multilingual Win - Translation Blog

    Anyone that has a chance should watch the commercial. It's pretty touching. Also check out this article about it. It's great someone wrote something positive about it!

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    I'm liking this post, mmarx!

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    I had no clue that american football had such a large international following. Do you know which are the six languages that the game is televised in?

    I wonder which country has the largest population of followers after the US.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    I had no clue that american football had such a large international following. Do you know which are the six languages that the game is televised in?

    I wonder which country has the largest population of followers after the US.
    "According to the NFL, FOX’s broadcast will reach 198 countries and territories in more than 25 languages. Media from 24 countries will provide on-site coverage, and more than 100 stations are broadcasting live from Radio Row at the Super Bowl Media Center in New York’s Times Square."


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    Wow look at American Football go!! I still wonder which country has the largest following after the US though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    Wow look at American Football go!! I still wonder which country has the largest following after the US though.
    I believe it's Canada, Amayo.

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    Yeah, that makes sense. They are practically Americans without the ego

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    Quote Originally Posted by amayo View Post
    Yeah, that makes sense. They are practically Americans without the ego
    Without the ego?? Haha. Good one.

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    Right! Who doesn´t love the Canadians? When I travel I tell people I´m from Canada. Secret traveler tip for all you yankees out there.

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