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List of Cincinnati Bengals broadcasters

As of 2008, the Bengals flagship radio stations are WCKY, "ESPN 1530" and WQCR-FM, with WLW AM 700 joining in following the end of the Reds' season. Brad Johansen and former Bengals offensive lineman Dave Lapham, who started in 1985, form the announcing team. Most preseason and regular season games, are telecast on WKRC-TV, channel 12, the CBS affiliate. Brad Johansen and Anthony Munoz are the TV announcers for the preseason games. Games that feature an NFC opponent playing at Paul Brown Stadium will be televised on WXIX, channel 19, the local FOX affiliate.

Past

Phil Samp was the Bengals original play-by-play announcer from 1968–1990. Ken Broo (1991–1995), Paul Keels (1996) and Pete Arbogast (1997–2000) have also done radio play-by-play for the Bengals. Steve Physioc was also one of the voices of the Bengals.

Bengals radio announcers

Years Flagship station Play-by-Play Color Commentator
1968-1979 WLW/WQCR Phil Samp Jimmy Crum
1980 WLW/WQCR Phil Samp Bob Johnson
1981 WLW/WQCR Phil Samp Andy MacWilliams
1982-1983 WKRC Phil Samp Dennis Janson
1984-1985 WKRC Phil Samp Donn Burrows
1986 WKRC Phil Samp Dave Lapham
1987-1990 WKRC Phil Samp Dave Lapham & Ken Anderson
1991 WKRC Ken Broo Dave Lapham & Ken Anderson
1992 WKRC Ken Broo Dave Lapham
1993-1995 WLW/WQCR Ken Broo Dave Lapham
1996 WLW/WQCR Paul Keels Dave Lapham
1997-1999 WUBE/WBOB Pete Arbogast Dave Lapham
2000-2008 WLW/WOFX/WCKY Brad Johansen Dave Lapham
2009-Present WLW/WCKY/WQCR Dan Hoard Dave Lapham
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