Detroit Lions Television Network

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The Detroit Lions Television Network is a network of seven television stations (and one cable/satellite channel) in Michigan and Ohio that broadcast the NFL's Detroit Lions preseason games and related coverage. On May 21, 2015, the Detroit Lions announced a multi-year broadcast partnership with WJBK (Fox 2) and Fox Sports Detroit. Fox Sports Detroit produces the preseason game broadcasts with Fox 2 producing the pre-game and post-game segments. The games air live on Fox 2 and the rest of the Detroit Lions Television Network, with re-airings on Fox Sports Detroit. [1] The wrap around shows' hosts are Dan Miller, Herman Moore, Jamie Samuelsen, Jennifer Hammond, and Woody Woodriffe. The game announcers are Matt Shepard with play-by-play, Chris Spielman with color commentary, and Jennifer Hammond with sideline reports. The network also airs a live regular season pre-game show called Lions Game Day Live, while Fox Sports Detroit has a live regular season post-game show called Lions Live.


Callsign Network affiliation Virtual channel DMA
WJBK Fox 2 Metro Detroit
WXMI-TV Fox 17 Grand Rapids / Kalamazoo / Battle Creek
WNEM-TV CBS 5 Flint/Tri-Cities
WUPW Fox 36 Toledo, Ohio
WSYM-TV Fox 47 Lansing / Jackson
WFQX-TV Fox 32 Cadillac / Traverse City / Sault Ste. Marie
WJMN-TV CBS 3 Escanaba / Marquette / Houghton
WBKB-DT3 ABC 11.3 Alpena
Fox Sports Detroit FSN N/A All of Michigan, portions of Ohio, Indiana and Wisconsin


  • Fox Sports Detroit airs repeats only.
  • WNEM-DT2 airs Lions Game Day Live instead of WNEM-TV

Former broadcasters[edit]


  1. ^ "FOX Sports Detroit, FOX2 become Lions' official TV partners". Fox Sports. May 21, 2015. Retrieved May 21, 2015. 
  2. ^ Detroit Lions Preseason 2015: How to Watch the Games Detroit Jock City (Sports Illustrated)