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New York Giants Radio Network

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The New York Giants Radio Network is a broadcast radio network based in New York City, the official radio broadcaster of the New York Giants. The network's radio broadcasts are currently flagshipped at WFAN, a station owned by Entercom Communications. Overflow radio casts air on WCBS, WFAN's corporate sibling

The network distributes Giants home and away games to a network of 18 stations in 3 states. Bob Papa is the current play-by-play announcer, with former Giants linebacker Carl Banks as color analyst, and former Giants tight end Howard Cross as sideline reporter.[1]

Stations

Map of radio affiliates.
Map of radio affiliates.

Flagship (2 stations)

Affiliates (16 stations + 3 translators)

New York (14 stations + 3 translators)

Pennsylvania (2 stations)

Connecticut (1 station)

Former affiliates (3 stations)

Broadcasters

2010s

Year Flaghsip station Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter Studio host Studio analyst
2011 WFAN Bob Papa Carl Banks Howard Cross

2000s

Year Flaghsip station Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter Studio host Studio analyst
2007 WFAN Bob Papa Carl Banks and Dick Lynch Howard Cross

1990s

Year Flaghsip station Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter Studio host Studio analyst
1990 WNEW Jim Gordon Dick Lynch and Karl Nelson Bob Papa

1980s

Year Flaghsip station Play-by-play Color commentator(s) Sideline reporter Studio host Studio analyst
1986 WNEW Jim Gordon Dick Lynch John Kennelly Tom Tracy

References

External links

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