CBS Sports Radio, which features top name sports broadcasters and is available on more than 300 stations nationwide, is going uptown with a wide range of programming originating from New York/New Jersey in anticipation of Super Bowl XLVIII on Sunday, February 2 at MetLife Stadium.

 

Beginning on Monday, Jan. 27 (6:00AM, ET) with the morning show featuring Tiki Barber, Brandon Tierney and Dana Jacobson, CBS Sports Radio will be on-site in New York City interviewing athletes, coaches, former players and celebrities, and discussing predictions and news relating to the biggest game in sports.  The hosts will engage with fans and listeners over-the-air, streaming online at www.cbssportsradio.com and through the Radio.com and CBS Sports apps for mobile devices.

 

The live broadcast continues with midday host John Feinstein (9:00AM-12:00Noon, ET), afternoon host Jim Rome (12:00Noon-3:00PM, ET) and afternoon drive Doug Gottlieb (3:00-6:00PM, ET) live from Super Bowl XLVIII media headquarters.  These programs will be heard from the site of the action Monday, Jan. 27 – Friday, Jan 31.

 

Additionally, MoJo with Chris Moore and Brian Jones will broadcast their evening program (6:00-10:00PM, ET) from Wednesday, Jan. 29 – Friday, Jan. 31, injecting some humor along with hard-hitting interviews.  Further, John Kincade will host his weekend show Saturday, Feb. 1 (10:00AM-2:00PM, ET) from New York City.

 

In addition to CBS Sports Radio, CBS RADIO sports stations including 98.5 The Sports Hub (WBZ-FM, Boston), 670 The Score (WSCR-AM, Chicago), 105.3 The Fan (KRLD-FM, Dallas), Sports Radio 610 (KILT-AM, Houston), WFAN-AM/FM (New York), 98.7 The Fan (WHFS-FM, Tampa) and 106.7 The Fan (WJFK-FM, Washington, D.C.) will be on-hand to cover all of the pre-game action.

 

“With the Super Bowl, the premier sporting event in our country,  happening right in our back yard, there was no doubt that CBS Sports Radio would go wall-to-wall covering all of the pre-game stories, news, and interviews,” said Eric Spitz, Director, Programming, CBS Sports Radio.  “If you can’t make it to the big game, CBS Sports Radio’s renowned personalities will bring all of the live action and excitement preceding the game, allowing listeners across the nation to feel like they are in New York.”

 

About CBS Sports Radio

Launched on September 4, 2012, CBS Sports Radio programming can be heard on over 300 stations nationwide, including all of the Top 10 and 35 of the Top 50 markets across the United States.

The network is a content partnership between CBS RADIO and CBS Sports, with affiliate sales and syndication provided by Cumulus Media Networks, and offers around the clock national sports coverage from a wide range of sports personalities and experienced broadcasters. Jim Rome, Boomer Esiason, Tiki Barber, John Feinstein, Doug Gottlieb, Dana Jacobson and Scott Ferrall are among the many voices heard on CBS Sports Radio.

 

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