The Kansas City Chiefs played a significant role in the fall schedule on KMOX (1120 AM), the team's radio network. But due to NFL rules prohibiting local broadcasts of the game in secondary areas, the station will not be airing the Super Bowl.
The Westwood One Radio Network will once again produce the local version of the coverage, which will air on WXOS-FM 101.1 in Glendale, Arizona, where the Chiefs play the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.
Kevin Harlan, a former resident of St. Louis, is providing play-by-play for the thirteenth year in a row. For the sixth year running, Kurt Warner, a former quarterback for the St. Louis Rams, provides analysis to maintain the regional feel.
The game is scheduled to begin at 5:30 CT.
coverage of the Super Bowl on FOX for hours
The Super Bowl is broadcast on a television network, which traditionally turns a three-hour game into an all-day parade of content. This year, FOX will host the marathon (KTVI, Channel 2, locally).
It starts at 10 a.m., about seven and a half hours before the game is scheduled to start. The assault begins with Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe hosting an hour-long episode of their show "Skip and Shannon: Undisputed."
At eleven o'clock, an NFL Films "Road to the Super Bowl" program with microphone-wearing players and coaches will take the stage.
The primary pregame program for the network debuts at noon and is hosted by Curt Menefee. Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Jimmy Johnson, Michael Strahan, and Rob Gronkowski provide analysis. Michael Vick, Peter Schrager, Cooper Manning, Charissa Thompson, Charles Woodson, and the game broadcast team will all take part as well.
The initial FOX Super Bowl calls are then made at 5:30 by Greg Olsen for analysis and Kevin Burkhardt for play-by-play. The sideline reporters are Tom Rinaldi and Erin Andrews, while the rules analyst is Mike Pereira.
The FOX Sports app, along with Hulu Live TV, YouTube TV, DirecTV Stream, FuboTV, and Sling TV, all offer live streaming options for the match.