Univision Radio, the official Spanish-language radio partner of the NFL, will host this year’s Super Bowl broadcast “En Español” on their signature sports program, “Locura Deportiva” (Sports Madness).
The broadcast will begin with a one-hour pregame special and marks the network’s sixth consecutive year covering the big game. It will be hosted by Rafael Hernandez Brito, AKA “El Alcade,” a 15-year NFL radio veteran and the Univision Radio’s voice of sports. Raul Striker Jr. will offer game analysis with Joaquin Duro serving as a field reporter.
Univision stations carrying the special broadcast include:
Chicago — WRTO(AM)
Dallas — KFLC(AM)
El Paso, Texas — KAMA(AM)
Houston — KLAT(AM)
Las Vegas — KLSQ(AM)
Los Angeles — KTNQ(AM)
McAllen, Texas — KGBT(AM)
Miami — WQBA(AM)
New York — WADO(AM), WXNY(FM)
San Antonio — KCOR(AM)
The program starts at 5 p.m. EST, airing live from the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Super Bowl XLII is scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m.
Play-by-play coverage is available online at www.NFL.com/espanol.