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List of NFL International Series broadcasters

The following is a list of the television networks and announcers to have broadcast the National Football League's International Series of games. The NFL International Series involves the annual regular season game played outside of the United States.

Contents

  • 2010s 1
  • 2000s 2
    • Notes 2.1
  • See also 3
  • References 4

2010s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s)
2014 Fox Kenny Albert Daryl Johnston Tony Siragusa
2014 Fox Thom Brennaman Troy Aikman Charissa Thompson
2014 CBS Ian Eagle Dan Fouts Jenny Dell
2013 Fox Chris Myers Tim Ryan Jennifer Hale
2013 CBS Jim Nantz Phil Simms
2012 CBS Jim Nantz Phil Simms
2011 Fox Kenny Albert Daryl Johnston Tony Siragusa
2010 CBS Greg Gumbel Dan Dierdorf

2000s

Year Network Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter(s)
2009 CBS Jim Nantz Phil Simms
2008 CBS Jim Nantz Phil Simms
2007 Fox Thom Brennaman Daryl Johnston Tony Siragusa

Notes

  • 2009 - While the game was broadcast on CBS in the United States, it was also broadcast on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom.[1] Like the 2007 game, the game was only broadcast live on Sky Sports, with the BBC showing highlights.
  • 2008 - Like the 2007 game, this matchup was not seen nationally, having only regional coverage on CBS. However, Jim Nantz and Phil Simms, the network's top announcing team, were assigned to the game, and opening ceremonies were carried live before cutting away to local games. Since the beginning, games in the United Kingdom has been broadcast on Sky Sports. There's also an HD option and also on the BBC. BBC Two will show the first half and BBC Three the second half, with color commentary by Jerry Rice. On radio, the games are broadcast by BBC Radio 5 Live, with Arlo White commentating.
  • 2007 - The game was aired on Fox, but was not available nationwide in the United States. Portions of the midwestern and Rocky Mountain areas of the United States did not get to see the game on television. The game was broadcast live in the UK only on Sky Sports, whch some consider to be the home of the NFL in the UK, with the BBC showing highlights.

See also

References

  1. ^ Associated Press. ChargersBuccaneers, Patriots picked by NFL to face off in London next year NFL.com, 1 December 2008


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