Where does the NFL Today Show take place?

February 7, 2021 Off By idswater

Where does the NFL Today Show take place?

The NFL Today broadcasts from Studio 43 at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City; however, if CBS is only scheduled to air a single game that day, the program broadcasts from the game site for the Conference Championship games, Saturday night playoff games, and the Super Bowl.

When was the last time the NFL was on CBS?

The NFL Today returned on September 6, 1998, 1,687 days since the program’s last broadcast under the previous NFL contract, with Nantz welcoming back viewers to CBS for its coverage of the National Football League.

Who was the original host of NFL Today?

The program reinstated its previous NFL Today title on the September 21, 1975 broadcast, with former WBBM-TV and KCBS-TV sportscaster/anchorman Brent Musburger (previously a play-by-play announcer for CBS) serving as host, former NFL player Irv Cross as an analyst, and former Miss America Phyllis George as one of the reporters.

When did Fox get the TV rights to the NFL?

On December 18, 1993, the National Football League awarded Fox a four-year contract (worth United States dollar 1.58 billion) for the broadcast television rights to the National Football Conference, allowing that network to carry regular season and playoff games from the conference starting with the 1994 NFL season (which it continues to this day).

When did the 1975 NFL season start and end?

1975 NFL season. The 1975 NFL season was the 56th regular season of the National Football League.

The NFL Today returned on September 6, 1998, 1,687 days since the program’s last broadcast under the previous NFL contract, with Nantz welcoming back viewers to CBS for its coverage of the National Football League.

The NFL Today broadcasts from Studio 43 at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York City; however, if CBS is only scheduled to air a single game that day, the program broadcasts from the game site for the Conference Championship games, Saturday night playoff games, and the Super Bowl.

On December 18, 1993, the National Football League awarded Fox a four-year contract (worth United States dollar 1.58 billion) for the broadcast television rights to the National Football Conference, allowing that network to carry regular season and playoff games from the conference starting with the 1994 NFL season (which it continues to this day).