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By Barry Eitel on Jan 30, 2015

When the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots face off in the 49th Super Bowl this Sunday, another battle will be raging for your second screen. Facebook, Twitter and other social networks are ramping up their dedicated coverage this year — as well as their advertising ploys. Facebook launched a page this week dedicated to a live-streaming Super Bowl experience. “More than 50 million people joined the conversation on Facebook during the Super Bowl in 2014,” according to Facebook’s blog post about the launch. “This year, we’re introducing a new Super Bowl experience to give fans one place to connect in real time as they watch the Seattle Seahawks defend their title against the New England Patriots.” While it promises to bring together the best content, there will also be plenty of

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