Westwood One Sets Super Bowl Broadcast Schedule

Westwood One Wednesday (Jan. 27) announced its broadcast team for Super Bowl XLIV, the 33rd year the radio network has been the NFL’s radio network partner. More than 30 companies have bought commercial time in the radio broadcast, including advertisers such as Amtrak, Mercedes Benz, Nabisco (Ritz Crackers), Procter & Gamble (Head & Shoulders), Campbell’s (Chunky Soup), FloTV, Ford, Mazda, Geico, Subway, Boston Beer (Samuel Adams) and CBS Entertainment.

The Super Bowl broadcast will be carried by more than 600 radio stations and on American Forces Radio Network. For the first time, the broadcast will also be streamed on nfl.com/fieldpass.

Airing live from Sun Life Stadium in South Florida, Super Bowl coverage will begin at 5 p.m. with the Monday Night Football broadcast team of Marv Albert and Boomer Esiason. The pair will call their eighth Super Bowl together. James Lofton and Mark Malone will provide sideline commentary.

Jim Gray, who will also provide interviews and insight from athletes and celebrities in attendance, will host the pregame and halftime shows. Scott Graham kicks off the coverage as host of Super Bowl Preview at 3 p.m., followed by Super Sunday at 4 p.m.

Recommended articles