Super Bowl Media Information

For the past few decades, the Super Bowl has become one of the largest media spectacles in the world. Attracting news outlets from all around the world, the Super Bowl is one of the most widely covered games of the modern sporting era.

This year’s Super Bowl will be broadcast by CBS. The broadcasting crew that will be calling the game will be Jim Nantz and Phil Simms. Nantz will provide play by play coverage while Phil Simms will provide color coverage of the game.

International coverage of the event will be subject the respective markets. For example, Sky Sports will present the big game in the UK, while CTV will broadcast the game in Canada.

Super Bowl 50 Media

Westwood One will get the radio call of the Super Bowl. This broadcast is expected to be played on syndicated radio stations all throughout the world. The Super Bowl’s halftime show is a media spectacle in its own. This year, Coldplay will headline the halftime show.

Given the fact that the Super Bowl is being dubbed the Golden Super Bowl, expect an extra amount of media coverage given the commemoration of the 50th edition of the NFL’s Super Bowl.

December 29, 2015 by : Posted in 2016 No Comments

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