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Fox Sports and SiriusXM Reveal Super Bowl Plans

Broadcaster and satcaster deploy teams to go live from the Bay Area for the big game

Super Bowl 50 is rapidly approaching, and major broadcasters are preparing for wall-to-wall coverage of the year’s biggest game. Among them are Fox Sports Radio and SiriusXM, both of which have announced their full slate of programming for Super Bowl week.

Fox Sports Radio will provide live, on-location programming from San Francisco from Feb. 1–5. “The Herd With Colin Cowherd, “Jay Mohr Sports,” “J.T. the Brick” and “The Jason Smith Show with Michael Harmon” will broadcast live from Radio Row at the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco. “The Dan Patrick Show” and “The Rich Eisen Show” will broadcast from DirecTV’s remote broadcast at The Presidio. All programs will also be broadcaster across,, and iHeartRadio.

Meanwhile, SiriusXM has 10 planned broadcasts of Super Bowl 50 on Feb. 7 in eight different languages, including Spanish, Hungarian, Japanese, French, Portuguese, Cantonese and German. Sirius will also broadcast the Super Bowl halftime show featuring Cold Play on Channel 28, The Spectrum. SiriusXM NFL Radio is set to broadcast from Radio Row every day leading up to the game, along with Mad Dog Sports Radio, Fantasy Sports Radio, Bleacher Report Radio, and more. Other special programming includes a red carpet coverage of the NFL Honors event, a pop-up channel dedicated to Super Bowl 50 (Sirius Channel 145, XM Channel 207), and converting SiriusXM’s Hair Nation channel to a Sports Anthem Channel, featuring songs played in stadiums to get fans fired up.

Super Bowl 50 will feature the Carolina Panthers playing the Denver Broncos at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. The game will be played on Feb. 7 at 6:30 p.m. ET.