For the 26th consecutive year and 40th time overall, the Westwood One Radio Network will serve as the exclusive network radio home of the Super Bowl. Super Bowl XLVII takes place February 3rd, 2013 at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
Kevin Harlan will once again handle play-by-play duties with Boomer Esiason serving as our game analyst. Mark Malone and Pro Football Hall of Famer James Lofton will be our sideline reporters and Emmy-winning sportscaster Jim Gray hosts the pregame and halftime shows. Our broadcast of Super Bowl XLVII will begin at 5 PM Eastern.
Scott Graham hosts “Super Sunday” at 4 PM Eastern and will co-host “Super Bowl Preview” with Boomer Esiason, which kicks off our Super Bowl Sunday coverage from New Orleans at 3 PM Eastern.
Super Bowl XLVII Game Announcers
Kevin Harlan and Boomer Esiason
James Lofton and Mark Malone
Pregame and Halftime Host
“Super Sunday” Host
“Super Bowl Preview” Co-Host
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