19 October 2014

2014 NFL on Fox Announcers & Distribution: Week 8

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Fox Sports is the singleheader network this Sunday but even then, they'll be bringing a doubleheader of action. For the first time ever, Fox will be airing a regular season game in the morning Eastern time as Lions-Falcons from London will air at 9:30 am EST. Then in the traditional timeslots, the offerings are Bears-Patriots, Rams-Chiefs, Vikings-Buccaneers, Titans-Texans and Eagles-Cardinals. Continue reading for announcing assignments and distribution splits for the NFL on Fox this week.

NFL on Fox Schedule
The506 Distribution Maps

9:30 am
Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman, Charissa Thompson
Distribution:
National

1:00
Sam Rosen, John Lynch, Pam Oliver
Distribution:
WBRC - Birmingham, AL
WDFX - Dothan, AL
WALA - Mobile, AL
KLRT - Little Rock, AR
KBFX - Bakersfield, CA
KTVU - Oakland, CA
KXRM - Colorado Springs, CO
KDVR - Denver, CO
KFQX - Grand Junction, CO
WOGX - Ocala, FL
WFLX - West Palm Beach, FL
WFXL - Albany, GA
WAGA - Atlanta, GA
WFXG - Augusta, GA
WXTX - Columbus, GA
WGXA - Macon, GA
KHON - Honolulu, HI
WFLD - Chicago, IL
WYZZ - Peoria, IL
WGEM-DT - Quincy, IL
WQRF - Rockford, IL
WRSP - Springfield, IL
WEVV-DT - Evansville, IN
WISE-DT - Fort Wayne, IN
WXIN - Indianapolis, IN
WSJV - South Bend, IN
WTHI-DT - Terre Haute, IN
KFXA - Cedar Rapids, IA
KLJB - Davenport, IA
KDSM - Des Moines, IA
KYOU - Ottumwa, IA
WDKY - Lexington, KY
WDRB - Louisville, KY
WNTZ - Alexandria, LA
WGMB - Baton Rouge, LA
KADN - Lafayette, LA
KVHP - Lake Charles, LA
KARD - Monroe, LA
WVUE - New Orleans, LA
WFVX - Bangor, ME
WPFO - Portland, ME
WAGM-DT - Presque Isle, ME
WFXT - Boston, MA
WGGB-DT - Springfield, MA
WBKB-DT2 - Alpena, MI
WFQX - Cadillac, MI
WJBK - Detroit, MI
WSMH - Flint, MI
WXMI - Grand Rapids, MI
WSYM - Lansing, MI
WLUC-DT2 - Marquette, MI
WXXV - Biloxi, MS
WABG-DT - Greenville, MS
WHPM - Hattiesburg, MS
WGBC-DT - Meridian, MS
WLOV - Tupelo, MS
KVVU - Las Vegas, NV
KASA - Albuquerque, NM
WXXA - Albany, NY
WYDC-DT - Elmira, NY
WUHF - Rochester, NY
WFXV - Utica, NY
WNYF - Watertown, NY
WJW - Cleveland, OH
WOHL-DT - Lima, OH
WUPW - Toledo, OH
WYFX - Youngstown, OH
WFXP - Erie, PA
WPGH - Pittsburgh, PA
WNAC - Providence, RI
KJTL - Wichita Falls, TX
WFFF - Burlington, VT
WVAH - Charleston, WV
WVFX - Clarksburg, WV
WOVA - Parkersburg, WV
WTRF-DT - Wheeling, WV
KFNB - Casper, WY
KLWY - Cheyenne, WY

Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa
Distribution:
WZDK - Huntsville, AL
WBKO-DT - Bowling Green, KY
WACH - Columbia, SC
WDSI - Chattanooga, TN
WEMT - Greeneville, TN
WJKT - Jackson, TN
WTNZ - Knoxville, TN
WHBQ - Memphis, TN
WZTV - Nashville, TN
KBTV - Beaumont, TX
KUQI - Corpus Christi, TX
KRIV - Houston, TX
KXOF - Laredo, TX
KFXV - McAllen, TX
KPEJ - Odessa, TX
KFXK - Tyler, TX
KWKT - Waco, TX

Dick Stockton, Donovan McNabb, Kristina Pink
Distribution:
KFJX - Pittsburg, KS
KTMJ - Topeka, KS
KSAS - Wichita, KS
KBSI - Cape Girardeau, MO
KQFX - Columbia, MO
WDAF - Kansas City, MO
KRBK - Springfield, MO
KNPN - St. Joseph, MO
KTVI - St. Louis, MO
WXXV - Biloxi, MS
WHPM - Hattiesburg, MS
WGBC-DT - Meridian, MS
KFXL - Lincoln, NE
K11TW - North Platte, NE
KPTM - Omaha, NE
KOKI - Tulsa, OK

Justin Kutcher, David Diehl, Laura Okmin
Distribution:
WFTX - Fort Myers, FL
WOFL - Orlando, FL
WPGX - Panama City, FL
WLTH - Tallahassee, FL
WTVT - Tampa, FL
KFXA - Sioux City, IA
KQDS - Duluth, MN
KEYC-DT - Mankato, MN
KMSP - Minneapolis, MN
KXLT - Rochester, MN
KHMT - Billings, MT
KNDX - Bismarck, ND
KVRR - Fargo, ND
KEVN - Rapid City, SD
KTTW - Sioux Falls, SD

4:05
Chris Myers, Ronde Barber, Jennifer Hale
Distribution:
Primary

H/T JP of The506

4 comments:

  1. What game is WBRC airing?

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    1. For FOX - still TBA.

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    2. At this point, I would guess that if it is not listed, it probably gets the game of highest distribution.

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  2. This switcheroo business of FOX carrying a few AFC games, CBS a few NFC tilts is so strange, but the explanation has been given several times as to why and it being new this year. My question is, this week FOX is doing Texans-Titans, CBS has Seahawks-Panthers. Why? If it is one-for-one, why do it all in this circumstance? Also, don't get why the NFL continues to just broadcast one doubleheader on one network, especially in markets where some weeks you get no doubleheader on either network. For example, Pats-Bears in the Boston market means no CBS game at 1pm. 2 games total all day- stupid blackout rules, but also let's start having doubleheaders on both networks each week... then the most attractive game of the day, Arizona vs Philly at 4:05 doesn't become a game shown to very little of the nation.

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