2012 NFL Radio Roundup
New York Jets – English broadcasts moved with WEPN from 1050 AM to 98.7 FM this year. The network features stations in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and “ESPN 710” Los Angeles. The new “ESPN Deportes 1050” will carry Jets games in Spanish.
Dallas Cowboys – CBS’ “105.3 The Fan” KRLD-FM leads the local radio network, while Compass Media Networks distribute the Cowboys nationally. “Mega 107.5” KMVK and 1270 KFLC head the largest spanish radio network in the NFL.
Green Bay Packers – Journal’s 620 WTMJ Milwaukee serves as flagship, while Midwest Broadcasting’s trio of 1360/97.5 WTAQ and 101.1 WIXX carry the broadcasts in their hometown. 49 stations in six states make up the rest of the network.
San Francisco 49ers – Cumulus will carry the 49ers on 810 KGO, “107.7 The Bone” KSAN, and when there’s no conflicts 680 KNBR. 20 stations make up the network, while “ESPN Deportes 860” KTRB carries Spanish broadcasts.
All games are available on SiriusXM to owners of Sirius radios or subscribers to the Sirius Premier package on XM radios as well as their internet radio packages.
In addition to their Cowboys and Raiders broadcasts, Compass Media Networks offers three games per Sunday.
Dial Global offers programming packages of a Sunday afternoon doubleheader, all night games, and exclusive national coverage of the playoffs and Super Bowl.
Only five franchises have an AM only flagship in their primary market. Seven teams can be heard only on FM, while the other twenty have an AM/FM simulcast in their home city.
Flagships By Group Owner:
8 – CBS (Bears, Cowboys, Eagles, Giants, Lions, Patriots, Raiders, and Texans)
8 – Clear Channel (Broncos, Browns, Bengals, Buccaneers, Chargers, Dolphins, Steelers, and Vikings)
3 – Cumulus (49ers, Chiefs, and Titans)
2 – Bonneville (Cardinals & Seahawks)
2 – Entercom (Bills & Saints)
1 – Cox (Jaguars)
1 – Emmis (Colts)
1 – ESPN (Jets)
1 – Greater Media (Panthers)
1 – Hearst (Ravens)
1 – Hubbard (Rams)
1 – Journal (Packers)
1 – Lincoln Financial Media (Falcons)
1 – Red Zebra (Redskins)