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List of Indianapolis Colts broadcasters

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The Colts' flagship station from 1984 to 1998 and again starting in the 2007 season is WIBC 1070AM (renamed WFNI as of December 26, 2007); under the new contract, games are simulcast on WLHK 97.1 FM. From 1998 through 2006, the Colts' flagship station was WFBQ 94.7FM (with additional programming on WNDE 1260AM). Matt Taylor is the team's play-by-play announcer, holding that title since 2018 following Bob Lamey's retirement. Former Colts defensive coordinator and interim coach Rick Venturi is the color commentator, and Larra Overton joined as sideline reporter in 2019.

JJ Stankevitz became the team's public address announcer in 2022, replacing Mike Jansen, who had held the job since 1998.

Indianapolis Colts radio announcers

Years Flagship station Play-by-play Color commentator
1984 WIBC Bob Lamey Don Hein
1985 WIBC Bob Lamey Matt Bouzer
1986–1987 WIBC Bob Lamey Ed Harding
1988–1989 WIBC Bob Lamey Jerry Baker
1990–1991 WIBC Bob Lamey Mike Inglis
1992–1994 WFBQ/WNDE Joe McConnell Barry Krauss
1995–1997 WIBC Bob Lamey Mark Herrmann
1998 WFBQ Bob Lamey Mark Herrmann and Dave Calabro
1999–2004 WFBQ/WNDE Bob Lamey Mark Herrmann and Ted Marchibroda
2005–2006 WFBQ/WNDE Bob Lamey Ted Marchibroda
2007–2012 WFNI/WLHK Bob Lamey Will Wolford
2013–2017 WFNI/WLHK Bob Lamey Jim Sorgi
2018–2019 WFNI/WLHK Matt Taylor Jim Sorgi
2020–present WFNI*/WLHK Matt Taylor Rick Venturi
  • Prior to the 2021 season, the AM frequency of WFNI went dark; however, its simulcast on WFNI's repeater stations at 93.5 FM and 107.5 FM continued, alongside WLHK's broadcasts.

Baltimore Colts radio announcers

Year Station Play-by-play Color commentator
1983 WCBM Chuck Thompson Vince Bagli
1982 WCBM Chuck Thompson Vince Bagli
1981 WCBM Chuck Thompson Vince Bagli
1980 WCBM Chuck Thompson Vince Bagli
1979 WCBM Chuck Thompson Vince Bagli
1978 WCBM Chuck Thompson Vince Bagli
1977 WCBM Chuck Thompson Vince Bagli
1976 WCBM Chuck Thompson Vince Bagli
1975 WCBM Chuck Thompson Vince Bagli
1974 WCBM Chuck Thompson Ordell Braase
1973 WCBM Chuck Thompson Ordell Braase
1972 WCBM Ted Moore Ordell Braase
1971 WCBM Ted Moore Ordell Braase
1970 WCBM Ted Moore Neal Eskridge, Ordell Braase (sideline reporter)
1969 WCBM Joe Croghan[1] Charley Eckman
1968 WCBM Chuck Thompson Bill O'Donnell, Jim Karvellas
1967 WCBM Chuck Thompson Frank Messer, Bill O'Donnell
1966 WCBM Chuck Thompson Frank Messer, Bill O'Donnell
1965 WCBM Chuck Thompson Frank Messer
1964 WBAL Chuck Thompson Frank Messer
1963 WBAL Chuck Thompson Joe Croghan
1962 WBAL Chuck Thompson John MacLean
1961 WBAL Chuck Thompson Bailey Goss, Vince Bagli
1960 WBAL Chuck Thompson Bailey Goss, Vince Bagli
1959 WBAL Chuck Thompson Bailey Goss, Vince Bagli
1958 WBAL Chuck Thompson, Bob Wolff Bailey Goss, Joe Croghan
1957 Chuck Thompson, Bob Wolff Bailey Goss
1956 Chuck Thompson, Ernie Harwell Bailey Goss
1955 Chuck Thompson, Ernie Harwell Bailey Goss
1954 WCAO
1953 WCBM


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