Super Bowl LV on Westwood One



Kevin Harlan, Hall of Famer Kurt Warner, Tony Boselli, Laura Okmin Call the Action Live from Tampa

Jim Gray and Scott Graham Anchor Pregame, Halftime, and Postgame Coverage with Contributions from Tom Brady, Larry Fitzgerald, Terrell Davis, and Mike Holmgren

CUMULUS MEDIA’s Westwood One, America’s largest audio network and the official network radio partner of the National Football League, will present comprehensive coverage and play-by-play of Super Bowl LV, live from Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida this Sunday. The network will feature a full schedule of game-day programming leading up to kick off, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers play the Kansas City Chiefs, marking the first time the Super Bowl will be played in a team’s home stadium. Tom Brady will make an NFL-record 10th appearance in a Super Bowl, while Kansas City attempts to become just the ninth team to win back-to-back Super Bowls. Super Bowl LV will be the 34th consecutive year and the 48th time overall Westwood One will broadcast America’s biggest sporting event.

Kevin Harlan will handle the play-by-play duties for the Super Bowl for the eleventh straight year, while Super Bowl XXXIV MVP and Hall of Fame quarterback Kurt Warner will return for the third consecutive year as the lead analyst. Former All-Pro Offensive Lineman Tony Boselli will be back for a fifth straight year as sideline reporter and will be joined by longtime field reporter Laura Okmin, who will return to the Super Bowl crew for the second time. Jim Gray will anchor the pregame and halftime coverage for the 20th consecutive year, with appearances by Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald and Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback and six-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady. Scott Graham will also contribute to Westwood One’s pregame and postgame show coverage for his 12th straight Super Bowl.

Game-day coverage will begin at 2:00 PM ET, with “Super Bowl Preview”, co-hosted by Scott Graham, Tony Boselli, and Kurt Warner. “Super Bowl Insider” will follow at 3:00 PM ET, hosted by Scott Graham and featuring Hall of Fame running back and Super Bowl XXXII MVP Terrell Davis, Super Bowl XXXI-winning coach Mike Holmgren, and NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. At 4:00 PM ET, live coverage from the stadium will begin with “Super Sunday,” the Super Bowl LV pregame show, also hosted by Scott Graham. The Super Bowl game broadcast will begin at 5:00 PM ET, hosted by Jim Gray, with kick off expected at approximately 6:30 PM ET.

Millions of listeners around the globe will tune in to Westwood One’s Super Bowl LV coverage across more than 600 radio stations nationwide. Fans can also hear the broadcast on SiriusXM and through NFL Game Pass, which is available on and the NFL App. You can also follow Westwood One Sports on Twitter, @westwood1sports.

The broadcast can also be heard worldwide via the American Forces Radio Network, which provides programming to America’s military forces. The network serves over one million men and women in uniform, Department of Defense personnel, American Embassies and Consulates in over 175 countries and territories, as well as on more than 200 U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, and Military Sealift Command ships at sea.