Apple Music to replace Pepsi as NFL Super Bowl Halftime sponsor

Apple music to replace pepsi as nfl super bowl halftime sponsor

Yahoo Finance published this video item, entitled “Apple Music to replace Pepsi as NFL Super Bowl Halftime sponsor” – below is their description.

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Yahoo Finance’s Julie Hyman discusses Apple sponsoring the NFL Super Bowl Halftime show.

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