Super Bowl XLIX; Bret Stephens; Riccardo Muti
In advance of the upcoming Super Bowl XLIX -- N.E. Patriots vs Seattle Seahawks -- sports analysts Bill Cowher and Rachel Nichols looks at the strengths and weakness of the teams and players. Jeanine Poggi from Ad Age magazine previews a few of the most anticipated Super Bowl ads and talks about why companies are willing to shell out $5 million for a 30-second spot. Bret Stephens of The Wall Street Journal elaborates on the most pressing foreign policy situations America faces. Lastly, renowned conductor Riccardo Muti expresses his thoughts on the challenges of conducting, explains the role of the conductor, and reflects on past achievements and future opportunities.