Talk:List of Super Bowl broadcasters

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For the super bowl in 1999, does anyone have any proof it was Bill Maas and Ron Pitts, and Pam Oliver wasn't on the telecast?

  • Quite frankly, I would rather get rid of that column altogether. It is hard to verify that stuff without actually viewing a tape of the broadcast. And trying to get the information off of the microfiche at the local library... I mean come on? Who would print who the sideline reporters were back in those days before the Internet? Zzyzx11 (Talk) 02:30, 14 February 2006 (UTC)

I think you can verify all information in the last decade

But back to your original question: Suzy Kolber and Pam Oliver reported on the pregame show, but Maas and Pitts were the game reporters. Now you probably do not have a tape of the game, and you probably had trouble looking it up on Google (believe me I tried). So I will cite an article: FOX GAME PLAN: SIMPLICITY by By MILTON KENT, The Baltimore Sun, Jan 31, 1999
Which brings me to another problem: even though you can probably verify all information in the last decade, you may not find all of it on the Internet for free (and thus have it listed on Google) because many web sites who previously posted it back then either put it into their membership/subscription service archive area or removed it entirely. Zzyzx11 (Talk) 00:32, 16 February 2006 (UTC)

Future Broadcasters[edit]

I understand Nantz not being able to make it to the field in time, but he has done it before. —This unsigned comment was added by Steve33 (talkcontribs) .

-when has a play by play announcer ever been the trophy presenter —This unsigned comment was added by Levineps (talkcontribs) .

here's sideline reporters for the early years:

I: CBS. Pat Summerall
I: NBC. Charlie Jones
II: CBS. Frank Gifford
III: NBC. Jim Simpson
IV: CBS. Jack Whitaker
V: NBC. Bill Enis
VI: CBS. Tom Brookshier
VII: NBC. Charlie Jones

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Radio Broadcasters[edit]

2007, XLII: CBS/WW1. Marv Albert, Boomer Esiason, John Dockery, Kevin Kiley and Jim Gray
2006, XLI: CBS/WW1. Marv Albert, Boomer Esiason

Doctorindy (talk) 17:41, 7 January 2008 (UTC)

2005, XL: CBS/WW1. Marv Albert, Boomer Esiason
2004, XXXIX: CBS/WW1. Marv Albert, Boomer Esiason
2003, XXXVIII: CBS/WW1. Marv Albert, Boomer Esiason
2002, XXXVII: CBS/WW1. Marv Albert, Boomer Esiason
2001, XXXVI: CBS/WW1. Howard David, Boomer Esiason
2000, XXXV: CBS/WW1. Howard David, Matt Millen, Boomer Esiason
1999, XXXIV: CBS/WW1. Howard David, Matt Millen
1998, XXXIII: CBS/WW1. Howard David, Matt Millen
1997, XXXII: CBS/WW1. Howard David, Matt Millen
1996, XXXI: CBS/WW1. Howard David, Matt Millen
1995, XXX: CBS/WW1. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1994, XXIX: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1993, XXVIII: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1992, XXVII: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1991, XXVI: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1990, XXV: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1989, XXIV: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1988, XXIII: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1987, XXII: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1986, XXI: NBC. Don Criqui, Bob Trumpy
1985, XX: NBC. Don Criqui, Bob Trumpy
1984, XIX: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1983, XVIII: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1982, XVII: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1981, XVI: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1980, XV: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1979, XIV: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram
1978, XIII: CBS. Jack Buck, Hank Stram, Pat Summerall
1977, XII: CBS. Jack Buck, Jim Kelly
1976, XI: NBC. Jim Simpson, John Brodie
1975, X: CBS. Ed Ingles, Jim Kelly
1974, IX: NBC. Jim Simpson, John Brodie
1973, VIII: CBS. Andy Musser, Bob Tucker
1972, VII: NBC. Jim Simpson, Kyle Rote
1971, VI: CBS. Andy Musser, Ray Geracy
1970, V: NBC. Jay Randolph, Al DeRogatis
1969, IV: CBS. Bob Reynolds, Tom Hedrick
1968, III: NBC. Charlie Jones, George Ratterman, Pat Summerall
1967, II: CBS. Jack Drees, Tom Hedrick
1966, I: CBS. Jack Drees, Tom Hedrick; NBC. Jim Simpson, George Ratterman

A few notes:

  • Since Super Bowl XXX, CBS has been in conjunction with WestWood One Radio.
  • Tom Hedrick, normally the radio voice of the Chiefs, was used by CBS to provide AFL perspective for their coverage of I, II & IV. Likewise NBC used Pat Summerall to provide NFL perspective for their coverage of III.

TMC1982 2006 August 4 (UTC)

2008[edit]

NBC has a cast of thousands, should people like Al Roker be on this list. How about pregame reporters like Bob Neumeier or Peter King who doubles as the "beat writer."--Levineps (talk) 20:34, 1 February 2009 (UTC)