Super Bowl 48: Where to Watch and Listen

By Alan Schechter

Jan 19, 2014; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos quarterback

Peyton Manning

(18) shakes hands with head coach John Fox after the 2013 AFC Championship game at Sports Authority Field against the New England Patriots at Mile High. Mandatory Credit: Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

It’s finally here, ladies and gentlemen. The “Road to MetLife Stadium” has finally reached its climax. No more pregame parties, no more Super Bowl Boulevard, it’s over. Time, well almost, to play a football game. In approximately 90 minutes, live from MetLife Stadium, the Denver Broncos will take on the Seattle Seahawks.

It’s a battle of number ones, the number one offense in the league, led by Peyton Manning, versus the number one defense in the sport, led by Richard Sherman and company. It won’t be much longer before we find out who is going to come out on top.

If you are lucky enough to be in attendance tonight, enjoy it. For those of us that will not be in attendance, here is where to catch the game:


The game will be carried on FOX around the country. Joe Buck, Troy Aikman will bring us the call, with Erin Andrews and Pam Oliver patrolling the sidelines. For her sake, here’s hoping that Erin is assigned to the Broncos’ sideline.


On the radio, the game will be carried on Westwood One radio. Check your local listings for the network in your area (it should be WFAN 660 AM here in the NY area).

If you are a satellite radio listener, the national broadcast will be on Sirius channel 88 as well as channel 88 on the internet. If you are looking for the Seattle broadcast, it will be on channel 86 on the Sirius radio, or internet channel 826. The Broncos’ broadcast will be on Sirius channel 92, or internet channel 809.

Enjoy the game, no matter you will be enjoying it from.