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Saturday, February 1, 2014

Super Bowl XLVIII Broadcast Schedule (Update - 2/2)

Barring any circumstances with the forecast, FOX Sports will present the Super Bowl for the 7th time in its network’s history. The AFC Champions, the Denver Broncos will take on the NFC Champions the Seattle Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. This will be the first time the game will be played in an east coast outdoor stadium with the forecast expected to be the coldest since Super Bowl VI. FOX’s Joe Buck and Hall of Famer Troy Aikman will have the call for their fourth Super Bowl broadcast together since 2005. Pam Oliver (appearing in her seventh Super Bowl) and Erin Andrews (working her first) will be the sideline reporters on the field.

FOX and FOX Sports 1 will provide extensive pre and post-game coverage throughout the day, with the broadcast available online in English and Spanish thru FOX Sports Go. FOX Super Bowl Sunday will start the network broadcast with a four hour pregame show hosted by the FOX NFL Sunday team starting at 2 p.m. The show will originate from Times Square in New York City and will then travel to the game site for the final hour of the broadcast.

The game will kickoff  at approximately at 6:25 p.m. and the half time show will be performed by Grammy Award winner Bruno Mars. At the conclusion of the game, Terry Bradshaw will be on hand with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell for the presentation of the Lombardi Trophy to the champions.

***Terry Bradshaw will not be a part of FOX's pregame show. His father, William, passed away at the age of 86.  Michael Strahan will join the studio team in New York and will perform the post game ceremony. Chris Myers will join Charissa Thompson for the Red Carpet show.

Sunday, February 2
Super Bowl XLVIII | MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
Seattle Seahawks (NFC Champions, 14-4) vs Denver Broncos (AFC Champions, 15-3)
FOX Coverage 6 p.m. ET| Kickoff 6:25 p.m. ET

Game Broadcast
FOX: Joe Buck, Troy Aikman; Reporters: Erin Andrews, Pam Oliver
Halftime Show performed by Bruno Mars; National Anthem performed by Renee Fleming

Other Broadcasts
FOX Deportes: John Laguna, Francisco X. Rivera, Brady Poppinga; Reporters:  Tony Santiago, Rodrigo Arana
NFL Films International: Bob Papa, Charles Davis
Westwood One Radio: Kevin Harlan, Boomer Esiason; Reporters: James Lofton, Mark Malone
ESPN Deportes Radio: Kenneth Garay, Sebastian Christensen; Reporter: Marcelo Sandrin
Live Stream: FOX Sports Go (Tablets & desktops) & (Verizon mobile)

FOX Super Bowl Sunday: Pregame Show
(FOX 2 p.m. ET)
Location: Times Square, New York City & MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ 
Talent: Terry Bradshaw, Curt Menefee, Jimmy Johnson, Howie Long, Michael Strahan
Contributors: Erin Andrews (Reporter - Denver), Jay Glazer (Reporter), Chris Myers (Red Carpet Host), Pam Oliver (Reporter - Seattle), Mike Pereira (Rules Expert), Rob Riggle (Comedy), Charissa Thompson (Red Carpet Hostess)

Pregame Show Entertainment, Interviews & Features
Super Bowl Red Carpet: Arrival of celebrities to MetLife Stadium and introduction of musical performances, hosted by Charissa Thompson and Michael Strahan Chris Myers

2 p.m. Segments
  • Wicked Weather: NFL’s most memorable games played in inclement weather
  • Broncos Team Report: Erin Andrews Reports from the Denver hotel
  • Profile of Denver Executive & Hall of Fame QB John Elway
  • Seahawks Team Report: Pam Oliver Reports from the Seattle hotel
  • Profile on a core group of unsung Seattle players including Michael Bennett, Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin, Red Bryant and Bobby Wagner
  • Terry Bradshaw and Joe Namath walk through Broadway
  • Performance by The Band Perry
3 p.m. Segments
  • New York Title Game: Feature on New York based title games in NFL History
  • Profile of Jay Glazer visiting World Trade Center/Ground Zero
  • Rob Riggle segment
  • Michael Strahan interview Halftime performer Bruno Mars
  • Tribute of 20 years of FOX Sports
  • Summerall Tribute: FOX Sports remembers Pat Summerall, who passed away in April
  • Profile on Denver Corner Back Champ Bailey playing his first Super Bowl
  • Pam Oliver interviews Seattle Running Back Marshawn Lynch  
4 p.m. Segments
  • Chris Myers reports on the preparation of power to MetLife Stadium
  • Randy Moss interviews Denver Wide Receiver Wes Welker
  • NFL on FOX segments promoting the game of football across the country
  • Lombardi: Profile of the Brooklyn born Hall of Fame Coach Vince Lombardi
  • Performance by Phillip Phillips
  • FOX News Channel's Bill O’Reilly interviews President Barack Obama
  • Jimmy Johnson Interviews Seattle Head Coach Pete Carroll 
5 p.m. Segments
  • Jay Glazer interviews Denver Head Coach John Fox
  • Erin Andrews interviews Seattle Corner back Richard Sherman
  • Howie Long interviews Seattle Quarterback Russell Wilson
  • Terry Bradshaw interviews Denver Quarterback Peyton Manning
  • Second Rob Riggle Segment
  • Declaration of Independence: A reading of the Declaration of Independence by current and past NFL Legends and Personnel

FOX Super Bowl Sunday Schedule

Noon ET, NFL Films: Road to the Super Bowl
1 p.m. ET, Football America: Our Stories
2 p.m. ET, FOX Super Bowl Sunday, 4-hour pregame show at Times Square to MetLife Stadium
6 p.m. ET, Super Bowl XLVIII. Kickoff at 6:25 p.m. ET
10 p.m. ET, FOX Sports post-game highlights and analysis from MetLife Stadium

10 a.m. ET, FOX Super Bowl Kickoff, FOX Sports 1, 3-hour pregame show from MetLife Stadium
11:30 p.m. ET, FOX Sports Live, Post-game highlights from MetLife Stadium and Los Angeles

Network Broadcast Schedules from New York/New Jersey

10 a.m. ET, The Other Pregame Show, 2 hour preview of Super Bowl XLVIII from New York
11:30 p.m. ET, Lead Off, Post game highlights of Super Bowl XLVIII from New York
8 a.m. ET, ESPN SportsCenter, Live from Times Square and MetLife Stadium
10 a.m. ET, Sunday NFL Countdown, 4 hour preview from Herald Square and MetLife Stadium
10:30 p.m. ET, NFL PrimeTime, Post game highlights and analysis from MetLife Stadium
11:30 p.m. ET, ESPN SportsCenter, Additional post game analysis from Times Square
-Additional Super Bowl programming on ESPN2 and ESPN Radio

7 a.m. ET, NFL GameDay First, 2 hour preview from New York
9 a.m. ET, NFL GameDay Morning, 8+ hour preview from New York, MetLife Stadium, Denver & Seattle
5:30 p.m. ET, A Football Life: Jerry Rice
6:30 p.m. ET, Super Bowl XLVII Game Center
10 p.m. ET, NFL GameDay Final, Post game highlights and analysis from MetLife Stadium
-NFL GameDay Final re-airs throughout the night

Noon ET, Super Bowl Preview
1 p.m. ET, Super Bowl Insider
2 p.m. ET, The Super Bowl Tailgate Show
4 p.m. ET, Super Sunday, pregame show from MetLife Stadium
5 p.m. ET, Super Bowl XLVIII. Kickoff at 6:25 p.m. ET

1 comment:

  1. This was announced yesterday. ESPN Deportes Radio will provide the national Spanish Radio Coverage.

    Kenneth Garay (pxp) Sebastian Martinez-Christensen (analyst) and Marcelo Sandrin (sidelines) will provide the call.