CBS Sports Radio’s SUPER BOWL Coverage is Second to None


superbowlCBS Sports Radio today announced that it will broadcast a wide range of programming originating from Radio Row in Phoenix, Ariz., on the nation’s largest 24/7 major-market sports radio network heard on more than 330 Radio Stations nationwide, in anticipation of Super Bowl XLIX beginning Monday, Jan. 26th.Kicking things off will be THE JIM ROME SHOW (12:00Noon-3:00PM, EST), featuring opinion-maker Jim Rome, as he interviews key sports personalities and engages with fans and listeners over-the-air. THE JIM ROME SHOW will be live from the Phoenix Convention Center throughout the week, from Monday, Jan. 26 – Friday, Jan. 30, and will also be broadcast on CBS Sports Network.The live programming continues with Doug Gottlieb on THE DOUG GOTTLIEB SHOW (3:00-6:00PM, EST), as Gottlieb offers his unique opinion on the latest sports headlines, interviews current and former NFL players, and engages with the hottest newsmakers from the sports world. The show will broadcast live throughout the week, from Monday, Jan. 26 – Friday, Jan. 30, and will also be simulcast on CBS Sports Network.From Tuesday, Jan. 27 – Friday, Jan. 30, hosts Tiki Barber and Brandon Tierney take on the day’s top stories and interview the biggest names in the world of football on TIKI AND TIERNEY (9:00AM-12:00Noon, EST).Additionally, on Saturday, Jan. 31, CBS Sports Radio weekend host John Kincade will broadcast a special Saturday edition of THE JK SHOW (10:00AM/:00PM, EST) live from Radio Row.Here is a complete look at CBS Sports Radio’s Phoenix coverage (all times in EST):Monday, Jan. 2612:00Noon-3:00PM: THE JIM ROME SHOW3:00-6:00PM: THE DOUG GOTTLIEB SHOWTuesday, Jan. 27 – Friday, Jan. 309:00AM-12:00Noon: TIKI AND TIERNEY12:00Noon-3:00PM: THE JIM ROME SHOW3:00-6:00PM: THE DOUG GOTTLIEB SHOWSaturday, Jan. 3110:00AM/:00PM: THE JOHN KINCADE SHOW“With the premier sporting event happening so soon, we are thrilled and proud to bring all our loyal CBS Sports Radio listeners unique coverage of all the pre-game stories, news, and interviews,” said Eric Spitz, Director, Programming, CBS Sports Radio. “Our dynamic personalities will bring the big game and all the excitement to you live from Radio Row, allowing listeners across the nation to feel like they are in Phoenix.”

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