List of Las Vegas Raiders broadcasters

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Raider games are broadcast in English on 36 radio stations across the western United States, including flagship stations KOMP 92.3 FM The Rock Station and KRLV Raider Nation Radio 920AM in Las Vegas. Games are broadcast on radio stations in Nevada, California, Oregon, Colorado, Hawaii, and Arkansas. Brent Musburger is the play-by-play announcer, with former Raiders tackle Lincoln Kennedy doing commentary. Former Raiders George Atkinson and Jim Plunkett offer pre- and post-game commentary. Compass Media Networks is responsible for producing and distributing Raiders radio broadcasts.

Raider games are broadcast in Spanish on 8 radio stations across Nevada and California, including flagship Spanish language station KENO 1460 Deportes Vegas in Las Vegas. Cristian Echeverria is the Spanish-language play-by-play announcer with Harry Ruiz doing commentary.[1]

From 2004 to 2009, the flagship was KSFO (560 AM) in San Francisco with a network of thirty radio stations in Hawaii, Oregon, Nevada, New Mexico, and British Columbia.[2] During most of the 1970s, KGO (810 AM) was the flagship station.

Bill King, the Voice of the Raiders called the Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders from 1966 to 1992. He called approximately 600 games. The Raiders awarded him all three rings. King left after the 1992 season. It's Bill's radio audio heard on most of the NFL Films highlight footage of the Raiders. King's color men in Oakland included former San Francisco 49ers tight end Monty Stickles and Scotty Stirling, a sports writer for the Oakland Tribune. Many of the years, KGO 810 did promos as Raider Radio - 81. King's call of the Holy Roller has been labeled (by Chris Berman, among others) as one of 5 best in NFL history. King died in October 2005 from complications after surgery. Scotty Stirling, an Oakland Tribune sportswriter served as the "color man" with King. The Raider games were called on radio from 1960–62 by Bud (Wilson Keene) Foster and Mel Venter; from 1963–65 by Bob Blum and Dan Galvin.

Until their dismissal prior to the 2018 season, Greg Papa was the voice of the Raiders with former Raiders quarterback and head coach Tom Flores doing commentary from 1997 until 2017.[3]

Radio affiliates[edit]

Raiders Radio Affiliates (2020 season)


City Call sign Frequency
Anchorage KOAN (AM) 1080 AM


City Call sign Frequency
Phoenix KQFN 1580 AM


City Call sign Frequency
94.9 FM
96.9 FM
Bakersfield KGEO 1230 AM
Chico KPAY 93.9 FM
El Centro KXO 107.5 FM
Eureka KWSW 980 AM
Fort Bragg KDAC 1230 AM
940 AM
790 AM
King City KRKC-FM 102.1 AM
Lakeport KXBX 1270 AM
Los Angeles KLAA 830 AM
Merced KBRE 1660 AM/105.7 FM
104.1 FM
103.9 FM
Monterey KHIP 104.3 FM
Needles KTOX 1340 AM
Palm Springs KCLB 93.7 AM
Paso Robles KPRL 1230 AM
Redding KNRO 1670 AM
Riverside KPWK 1350 AM
Sacramento KHTK 1140 AM
KSAC 105.5 FM
San Diego KGB 760 AM
San Luis Obispo KXTK 1280 AM
Santa Rosa KSRO 1350 AM
Stockton KWSX 1280 AM
Twentynine Palms KCLZ 95.5 FM
Ukiah KUKI 1400 AM
Willits KLLK 1250 AM


City Call sign Frequency
Honolulu KHVH 830 AM
Kihei, Maui KAOI (AM) 1110 AM


City Call sign Frequency
Garden City KBUF 1030 AM


City Call sign Frequency
St. Cloud WBHR 660 AM


City Call sign Frequency
Elko KEAU 104.7 FM
Las Vegas KOMP 92.3 FM
Reno KUUB 94.5 FM

New Mexico[edit]

City Call sign Frequency
Albuquerque KQTM 101.7 FM


City Call sign Frequency
Corvallis KEJO 1240 AM
Eugene KORE 1050 AM
Medford KEZX 730 AM


City Call sign Frequency
El Paso KHEY 1380 AM
Houston KFNC 97.5 FM


City Call sign Frequency
Price KOAL 750 AM
Salt Lake City KZNS (AM)
1280 AM
97.5 FM
St. George KHKR 1210 AM

Spanish radio affiliates[edit]

City Call sign Frequency
Las Vegas KENO 1460 AM
Bakersfield KWAC 1490 AM
Fresno KHIT-FM 107.1 FM
Los Angeles KFWB 980 AM
San Francisco KSFN 1510 AM
San Diego XHMORE 98.9 FM
Sacramento KVMX 92.1 FM
Reno KFOY 1060 AM


  1. ^ "Deportes Vegas 1460AM to serve as the Las Vegas Raiders Spanish Flagship Radio Station". Las Vegas Raiders. Retrieved 2020-09-20.
  2. ^ Kroner, Steve (2005-03-04). "KSFO makes 3-year deal as voice of the Raiders". SFGATE. Retrieved 2021-01-08.
  3. ^ Matt Kawahara (2018-07-17). "Raiders: Musburger in, Papa out as announcer". Retrieved 2018-07-20.