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Journalists and broadcasters from 170 countries and territories are coming to the Bay Area to cover Super Bowl 50. (KGO-TV)

You can literally say "the whole world is watching" when it comes to the global interest in Super Bowl 50. On Monday we saw journalists from all corners of the globe arrive for Sunday's big game.

The Super Bowl will be broadcast in 25 languages and credentialed media from 170 countries and territories started arriving to see the NFL experience in San Francisco and the Super Bowl frenzy in Santa Clara.

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We spoke to Emi Koike, a Nippon TV NFL Club reporter. Before joining Japanese television Koike worked for the New York Jets as a cheerleader.

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We spoke to Emi Koike, a Nippon TV NFL Club reporter. Before joining Japanese television Koike worked for the New York Jets as a cheerleader.

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