We have the announcing assignments from Dial Global Radio for NFL Wild Card Weekend. Dial Global has the exclusive rights to the entire NFL Postseason so we won’t have any listings for the other radio partners, Compass Media or Sports USA.
So let’s list the press release from Dial Global first and then list the games and times. The press release:
New York, NY – January 3, 2013 – Dial Global Sports will provide exclusive audio play-by-play coverage of all four National Football League Wild Card playoff games this weekend.
Wild Card Weekend kicks off Saturday, January 5, when the Cincinnati Bengals take on the Houston Texans. Tom McCarthy has the play-by-play, along with analyst Tony Boselli and sideline reporter Steve Tasker. Doubleheader action continues when the Minnesota Vikings meet their division rival Green Bay Packers. Kevin Harlan serves as play-by-play announcer, along with Hall of Famer Dan Fouts as analyst and Mark Malone as sideline reporter.
On Sunday, January 6, Wild Card Weekend continues with two more games. First, the Indianapolis Colts go head-to-head with the Baltimore Ravens. Ian Eagle has the play-by-play, with analyst Trent Green and sideline reporter Laura Okmin. Following the conclusion of that game, the Seattle Seahawks face off with Washington. Dave Sims has the play-by-play, along with Hall of Famer James Lofton as analyst and Hub Arkush as sideline reporter.
Scott Graham hosts the pregame, halftime and postgame shows for all four wild card broadcasts.
Dial Global Sports offers exclusive live action from all the NFL postseason games. All games can be heard on radio stations nationwide, as well as on Sirius/XM satellite radio, NFL.com/Audiopass, and the NFL Mobile App available to Verizon Wireless subscribers.
And now we’ll list the dates and times for the weekend in case you’re out or want to sync your DVR to the live radio broadcasts.
Saturday, January 5
Cincinnati Bengals at Houston Texans — Tom McCarthy/Tony Boselli/Steve Tasker
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers — Kevin Harlan/Dan Fouts/Mark Malone
Sunday, January 6
Baltimore Ravens at Indianapolis Colts — Ian Eagle/Trent Green/Laura Okmin
Seattle Seahawks at Washington — Dave Sims/James Lofton/Hub Arkush