NFC South: James Lofton

NFC Championship Game on the air

January, 17, 2013
The broadcast crews and the entertainment have been set for Sunday’s NFC Championship Game between the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers.

The FOX television broadcast will feature Joe Buck and Troy Aikman with Pam Oliver and Erin Andrews as the sideline reporters. The national radio broadcast will be carried by Dial Global Radio and will feature Dave Sims and James Lofton, with Tony Boselli as the field reporter.

The Zac Brown Band will perform the national anthem. P.O.D. will be the halftime entertainment.

Broadcast crews for the Super Bowl

January, 27, 2010
The Saints just put out their official press release for the Super Bowl, which was kind of neat to see because this is the first one in franchise history.

I’ll be sifting through the lengthy document and sharing some highlights with you over the coming days. But one bit I’ll throw out right now is the broadcast information for the biggest game in New Orleans history.

CBS will televise the game nationally with Jim Nantz handling play-by-play duties and Phil Simms as the analyst. The game can be heard regionally on the Saints Radio Network (870 AM and 105.3 FM in the immediate New Orleans area). Jim Henderson will call the play by play with Hokie Gajan as the analyst and Kristian Garic on the New Orleans sideline.

Westwood One has the national radio broadcast with Marv Albert calling play by play, Boomer Esiason as the analyst and James Lofton and Mark Malone working the sidelines.

WFNO (830 AM in New Orleans) will provide a broadcast in Spanish. Emilio Peralta will be the play-by-play man with Marco Garcia as the analyst.

NFC Championship Game on the airwaves

January, 19, 2010
If you’re already planning ahead for how you’re going to watch or listen to Sunday’s NFC Championship Game, here’s some information that may help.

The game will be televised nationwide by FOX with Joe Buck handling play-by-play duties. Troy Aikman will be the analyst. Pam Oliver and Chris Myers will work as field reporters. On the radio side, Westwood One will carry the game nationally with Dave Sims doing play by play and James Lofton as the analyst. Hub Arkush will be the sideline reporter.

The game also will be carried regionally on the New Orleans Saints radio network. In the immediate New Orleans area, the game will be carried on 870 AM and 105.3 FM. Jim Henderson and Hokie Gajan will be in the booth with Kristian Garic working the sidelines. For those with satellite radio looking to pick up the Saints’ broadcast, it will be on Sirius 123 and XM 102.