On today’s NOTICE News: Preparations are underway for Super Bowl LVII where the Kansas City Chiefs will take on the Philadelphia Eagles. We take a look. Plus: Our weekly NOTICE News quiz. Here’s a transcript of the show.
- Why do you think there is a Command Center running safety at the Super Bowl, rather than different agencies and organizations functioning separately?
- Why do you think drones are a particular concern for this weekend’s event, more so than in the past? What specific dangers could drones pose?
- Why might companies be willing to pay $7 million for just a 30-second slot of Super Bowl commercial airtime?
- Why would so many people be in need of shelter after the earthquake, and thus require aid beyond rescue efforts?
- The Super Bowl draws a massive audience, and it’s usually for multiple reasons in addition to the game itself. What about the Super Bowl might draw such a large audience? What could be some pros and cons to having something televised live to such a large audience?
- The millions in need of shelter is just one example of the extreme need in the aftermath of a natural disaster like an earthquake. Imagine all the different needs survivors have in order to attempt to repair their lives. What are some of those needs, and what types of organizations, agencies, or individuals would be most helpful to have on-hand to aid in the effort?
- Playing it safe: How officials plan to keep the big game safe for everyone (Fox Phoenix)
- On the game: Super Bowl A Showcase For Next Generation Of Quarterback Talent (Reuters)
- On the ads: Super Bowl Ads Lean On Stars, Humor To Grab Attention (Reuters)
- Live updates: Search enters fifth day as Turkey/Syria quake death toll passes 20,000 (BBC)
- Disney To Cut 7,000 Jobs In Major Reorganization (Reuters)