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The Fringe Benefits To Bruno Mars' Free Super Bowl Gig

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The NFL paid nothing to last night's Super Bowl halftime entertainer Bruno Mars; he performed before millions of viewers worldwide for free. What exactly does an artist like Bruno Mars profit from performing on one of the world's biggest stages? Audie Cornish talks to Forbes music and entertainment writer Zack Greenburg about the economics of performing at the Super Bowl.
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