Sep 21, 2012
If you are looking for consistency with your radio coverage of the NFL, look no further.
The National Football League and Dial Global have announced a new multi-year agreement for Dial to continue as the exclusive network radio partner of the league. Dial has served as an NFL network partner for more than forty years, and became the NFL’s exclusive network radio partner in 1987.
“We are excited to extend our longstanding partnership with the NFL through the Super Bowl to be played at the end of the 2017 season,” said Dial Global Co-CEOs Spencer Brown and David Landau. “The NFL prime time broadcasts generate a huge audience that brings great value to our advertising clients and affiliate partners, furthering Dial Global’s goal of producing and distributing the best live sports audio in media.”
Dial Global’s NFL coverage airs on more than 500 stations across the country, with their broadcasts being featured on SiriusXM Satellite Radio, NFL Audiopass, and NFL’s Mobile App (for Verizon subscribers).
“We are excited to continue partnering with Dial Global to offer our fans NFL play-by-play radio broadcasts,” said NFL Senior Vice President of Broadcasting and Media Operations Howard Katz. “With Dial Global’s national affiliate base, every fan across the country will have access to all primetime and Thanksgiving games.”
Dial Global’s 2012 NFL broadcast schedule includes 63 national games and a number of specialty programs, including The NFL Today, NFL Preview, NFL Insider and NFL Sunday. The company also offers a weekly Sunday double-header throughout the regular season, chosen via flexible schedule to provide the best entertainment for their listeners.
For more information on the station broadcasting Dial Global sports coverage in your area, check out the Dial Global Sports website.