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The radio row at the Los Angeles Convention Center ahead of Super Bowl LVI will be busy for SiriusXM affiliates.

The radio giant has announced that many sports and entertainment stars will be live on site for shows and events throughout the week. SiriusXM NFL Radio will be out in force with hosts such as Gil Brandt, Rich Gannon, Torry Holt, Pat Kirwan, Ed McCaffrey, LeSean McCoy, Jim Miller, Kirk Morrison, Torrey Smith, Solomon Wilcots, Alex Marvez and Bruce Murray.

“The NFL playoffs have been dramatic and with fans around the world looking forward to the big game on February 13, SiriusXM will capture all the excitement of Super Bowl and Super Bowl week,” said Scott Greenstein. , president and chief content officer of SiriusXM.

“Our subscribers will be able to access multiple broadcasts of the game, live coverage of the highly anticipated halftime show performance, and the unique blend of sports, music and entertainment programming that only SiriusXM can provide.”

SiriusXM launched Super Bowl LVI Radio (SiriusXM channel 104) on Monday, which will host some of SiriusXM’s biggest gaming-centric events and sports programming highlights. Danny Kanell will be conducting interviews with athletes and personalities throughout the week. Listeners can also listen to celebrities like Kevin Hart, Conan O’Brien, Sway Calloway and others broadcasting live from LA

Four different big game streams will be offered on Sirius. Fans can hear the nationwide call from Westwood One in addition to team broadcasts for the Cincinnati Bengals and Los Angeles Rams, as well as a game call in Spanish. The halftime show featuring Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg, Eminem, Mary J. Blige and Kendrick Lamar will also air live on Eminem’s Shade Channel 45 (SiriusXM 45) and Super Bowl LVI radio.

Many other sports channels on SiriusXM will also be present. Pat McAfee, whose YouTube show simulcasts on Mad Dog Radio, will be on the FanDuel stage on Radio Row starting Tuesday.

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