05 October 2015

2015 NFL on CBS Announcers & Distribution: Week 5

Nantz in 1985 (YouTube)
We are at the fifth week of this NFL season and with that, CBS will have the doubleheader. Early action will originate from Baltimore, Green Bay, Nashville or Tampa while the late games are comprised of games from Arlington and Oakland. Which games will you be getting this Sunday on CBS Sports, and who will be calling them? Let's find out.

NFL on CBS Schedule
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1:00
Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn
Distribution:
Primary
Andrew Catalon, Steve Beuerlein, Steve Tasker
Distribution:
WFSB - Hartford, CT
WPEC – West Palm Beach, FL
WTOC - Savannah, GA
WSWG - Valdosta, GA
KGMB - Honolulu, HI
WABI – Bangor, ME
WGME – Portland, ME
WAGM – Presque Isle, ME
WBZ – Boston, MA
WSHM – Springfield, MA
WCBI - Columbus, MS
WXVT - Greenville, MS
WRGB – Albany, NY
WBNG – Binghamton, NY
WIVB – Buffalo, NY
WWNY – Carthage, NY
WENY – Elmira, NY
WCBS – New York, NY
WROC – Rochester, NY
WTVH – Syracuse, NY
KBNZ – Bend, OR
KVAL – Eugene, OR
KTVL – Medford, OR
KOIN – Portland, OR
WSEE – Erie, PA
WPRI - Providence, RI
WDEF – Chattanooga, TN
WBBJ-DT3 – Jackson, TN
WVLT – Knoxville, TN
WREG – Memphis, TN
WTVF – Nashville, TN
WJHL – Tri-Cities, TN
KHOU - Houston, TX
WCAX - Burlington, VT
Kevin Harlan, Rich Gannon, Dana Jacobson
Distribution
WUSA - Washington, DC
KIDK - Idaho Falls, ID
WANE - Fort Wayne, IN
WYMT - Hazard, KY
WKYT - Lexington, KY
WJZ – Baltimore, MD
WBOC – Salisbury, MD
WKRC – Cincinnati, OH
WOIO – Cleveland, OH
WBNS – Columbus, OH
WHIO – Dayton, OH
WLMO – Lima, OH
WTOL – Toledo, OH
WKBN – Youngstown, OH
WTAJ – Altoona, PA
WHP – Harrisburg, PA
KYW – Philadelphia, PA
KDKA – Pittsburgh, PA
WYOU – Scranton, PA
KYTX - Tyler, TX
WCAV – Charlottesville, VA
WSVF-CD2 – Harrisonburg, VA
WTKR – Norfolk, VA
WTVR – Richmond, VA
WDBJ – Roanoke, VA
WVNS – Bluefield, WV
WOWK – Charleston, WV
WIYE – Parkersburg, WV
WDTV – Weston, WV
WTRF – Wheeling, WV
Spero Dedes, Solomon Wilcots
Distribution:
WHNT - Huntsville, AL
WIMK – Fort Myers, FL
WGFL – Gainesville, FL
WTEV – Jacksonville, FL
WKMG – Orlando, FL
WECP – Panama City, FL
WTSP – St. Petersburg, FL
WCTV – Tallahassee, FL

4:25
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
Distribution:
Primary
Greg Gumbel, Trent Green, Jamie Erdahl
Distribution:
KSWT - Yuma, AZ
KBAK – Bakersfield, CA
KHSL – Chico, CA
KVIQ – Eureka, CA
KGPE – Fresno, CA
KION – Salinas, CA
KOVR – Sacramento, CA
KFMB - San Diego, CA
KPIX – San Francisco, CA
KKTV – Colorado Springs, CO
KCNC – Denver, CO
KREX – Grand Junction, CO
KBOI – Boise, ID
KIDK – Idaho Falls, ID
KMVT – Twin Falls, ID
WEVV – Evansville, IN
WANE – Fort Wayne, IN
WISH – Indianapolis, IN
WLFI – Lafayette, IN
WSBT – South Bend, IN
WTHI – Terre Haute, IN
KCCI – Des Moines, IA
KMEG – Sioux City, IA
WIBW – Topeka, KS
KWCH-DT – Wichita, KS
WNKY – Bowling Green, KY
KHQA – Hannibal, MO
KRCQ – Jefferson City, MO
KOAM – Joplin, MO
KCTV – Kansas City, MO
KTVO-DT2 – Kirksville, MO
KOLR – Springfield, MO
KTVQ – Billings, MT
KXLF – Butte, MT
KXGN – Glendive, MT
KRTV – Great Falls, MT
KPAX – Missoula, MT
KOLN – Lincoln, NE
KNPL – North Platte, NE
KMTV – Omaha, NE
KTVN – Reno, NV
KRQE – Albuquerque, NM
KXMB – Bismarck, ND
KELO – Sioux Falls, SD
WDEF – Chattanooga, TN
WBBJ-DT3 – Jackson, TN
WVLT – Knoxville, TN
WTVF – Nashville, TN
KUTV - Salt Lake City, UT
KGWN – Cheyenne, WY
KGWC – Casper, WY

H/T JP, 506Sports

6 comments:

  1. Eagles are at home at 1PM on FOX, so I don't think CBS (KYW) in the Philly area will be showing a 1PM game, due to the local home team blackout rule. I guess that rule is still in effect. They should only be showing New England/Dallas in the Philly area in the late-afternoon.

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    1. CBS Philly will only carry a late game.

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    2. CBS Philly will only carry a late game.

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  2. Surprised that Denver at Oakland will be seen in so many CDT markets - Broncos must have quite a fan-base.

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  3. I suppose someone else has written about this, but why is CBS doing a decent all-NFC game (St. Louis at Green Bay)? I know there have been some crossovers, but why this one? And thanks for the 30-year old picture of Nantz.

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    1. It was like this on the NFL schedule came in April of this year. FOX can carry ALL-AFC games CBS can carry ALL-NFC games. This is the 2nd year in which both networks are able to do this.

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