Westwood One will carry Super Bowl LIII live from Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta on Sunday, Feb. 3, the 32nd consecutive year the network has carried the NFL’s championship game. Kevin Harlan calls the action for a record-tying ninth straight year. Fox Sports Radio will also descend on Atlanta with live broadcasts of network shows throughout Super Week.
Westwood One is the exclusive network radio partner of the NFL and will offer comprehensive coverage of the Super Bowl, live from Mercedes-Benz Stadium. The network will feature a full schedule of game day programming leading up to kickoff. Kevin Harlan will handle the play-by-play duties for the Super Bowl for the ninth straight year, matching the late Jack Buck for the most consecutive Super Bowls called. Super Bowl XXXIV MVP and Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner makes his debut as the color analyst and Super Bowl XXXI winning coach Mike Holmgren will also contribute throughout the game broadcast, his fourth year as a member of the broadcast crew.
Former All-Pro offensive lineman Tony Boselli returns for a third straight year as sideline reporter and is joined on the field for the second consecutive year by Hall of Fame reporter Ed Werder. Pregame and halftime coverage will be anchored by Jim Gray, who is covering his 18th Super Bowl for Westwood One. Scott Graham, who will contribute to pre-game coverage, returns for his 10th straight year.
Westwood One’s game day coverage begins at 2pm with “Super Bowl Preview,” hosted by Graham and Warner, followed by “Super Bowl Insider,” with Graham, Boselli, and Ian Rapoport. Live stadium coverage begins at 4pm.
The network will also produce “Seven Days to Sunday-The Road to Super Bowl LIII.” The hour-long program airs each night beginning Monday, Jan. 28 and is hosted by Graham, the voice of NFL Films.
This hour-long preview show will air each night during the week leading up to Super Sunday, beginning on Monday night, January 28th, and continuing through Saturday night, February 2nd, 2019. Hosted by Graham who is joined by a different network NFL analyst each night.