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Super Sunday On KHQ; KHQ.com

SPOKANE, Wash. - When it comes to watching this year's Super Bowl on KHQ, for most people one screen isn't enough. According to a new study, more than 50% of people watching the Big Game today also have their smartphone, laptop or tablet computer at their side.

It's called 'second screen' viewing.

In between dipping chips and sipping pop and beer, Super Bowl viewers are sharing their thoughts about the game, the commercials and the entertainment by texting, e-mailing, tweeting and posting on Facebook.

During the game today we're asking you to tell us what your favorite Super Bowl commercial is on our KHQ Facebook page. Based on your input, we'll create a poll of the top 10 commercials and give you a chance to vote on them here on KHQ.com. We'll name the winner Monday on our 10 a.m. NewsBreak streaming live on KHQ.com. 

Hopefully one of the commercials you enjoy today is the world premiere of KHQ's football-themed promo featuring KHQ's on-air personalities. Be watching for it! 

In addition, I'll be tweeting my thoughts about the Super Bowl broadcast on my Twitter page.  

Immediately following the Super Bowl is the season premiere of 'The Voice' on KHQ. We're hosting a live chat here on KHQ.com giving you a chance to sound off about your favorite (and not-so-favorite) singer. Hosting the chat: Ken McGrath, KHQ's Web Content Coordinator, along with a talented local singer Amanda Prebula, who tried out for 'The Voice' and will share her thoughts about her experience.

We are ready to interact with you at KHQ!

Following 'The Voice' will be a special edition of KHQ Local News Primetime with Dan and Steph with several compelling local feature stories, followed by the 'Mark Few Show.'

Capping off Super Bowl Sunday on KHQ is a 30-minute football special: 'Spokane Shock 2012 – Countdown to Kickoff.'

"Now that the Shock are back on SWX, we decided that it would be fitting to get fans ready for another season of Arena Football," Executive Producer John Fritz explained. "And what a better day to air it than Super Bowl Sunday."

 

 

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