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Super Bowl 2013 pregame shows on CBS

Super Bowl 2013 pregame shows on CBS begin Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 3, at 11am ET, with “Road to the Super Bowl.” CBS has seven hours of Super Bowl pregame coverage. Super Bowl 2013 pregame shows on CBS 11am ET: ROAD TO THE SUPER BOWL 12pm ET: NEW ORLEANS: LET THE GOOD TIMES ROLL 1pm ET: PHIL SIMMS ALL-IRON TEAM: SUPER BOWL EDITION 2pm ET: THE SUPER BOWL TODAY 6pm ET: SUPER BOWL ON CBS KICK-OFF SHOW Here’s the press release and more details from CBS: CBS SPORTS TO BROADCAST SUPER BOWL XLVII LIVE ON FEBRUARY 3 Jim Nantz and […]

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CBS Sports Network Super Bowl 2013 programs

CBS Sports Network Super Bowl 2013 programs include more than 50 hours of original programming from New Orleans beginning Monday, Jan. 28. Here’s the press release and program details from CBS Sports: NFL ON CBS ANNOUNCERS AND CURRENT NFL STARS ANCHOR CBS SPORTS NETWORK’S WEEK-LONG COVERAGE OF SUPER BOWL XLVII Larry Fitzgerald, London Fletcher and Rod Woodson Join CBS Sports Network as Contributing Analysts During Super Bowl Week Osi Umenyiora, Steve Smith, Russell Wilson, Maurice Jones-Drew and Ronde Barber Also Join Network’s Coverage CBS Sports Network delivers over 50 hours of original programming from New Orleans surrounding the CBS Television […]

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NFL Network Super Bowl 2013 programming

NFL Network Super Bowl 2013 programming includes more than 140 hours of coverage from New Orleans and special Super Bowl week programming beginning Monday, Jan. 28. The full Super Bowl week schedule from NFL Network below: NFL NETWORK IS ON-LOCATION AT THE SUPER BOWL FOR THE 10TH YEAR More Than 140 Hours of Programming Using 11 Sets & Featuring 35 On-Air Personalities with a Combined 17 Super Bowl Rings SUPER BOWL XLVII DAY-BY-DAY PROGRAMMING SCHEDULE (times listed are Eastern Standard Time) Monday, January 28 6:00 AM – NFL AM – LIVE 10:00 AM – NFL AM 2:00 PM – NFL […]

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ESPN’s coverage of Super Bowl 2013

ESPN’s coverage of Super Bowl 2013 includes more than 120 hours of TV and radio programming from New Orleans beginning Monday, Jan. 28. ESPN won’t be broadcasting the game itself, but the sports behemoth still has plenty of Super Bowl programming across multiple platforms during the week leading up to the game. Here’s ESPN’s press release detailing its coverage: ESPN at Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans More Than 120 Hours of TV and Radio Programming Will Originate from French Quarter More Than 35 On-air Commentators, Including NFL Analysts with 18 Super Bowl Rings ESPN will offer more than 120 […]