The New Orleans Saints will battle the San Francisco 49ers, Saturday, Jan. 14, at Candlestick Park. Kickoff is set for 3:30 pm CDT.
The game will be nationally televised on FOX (WVUE-8 locally). The broadcast crew consists of Kenny Albert handling play-by-play, Daryl Johnston serving as color analyst and Pam Oliver as sideline reporter.
Below is more information on how to watch and listen to Saturday's game.
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Westwood One Radio will broadcast the game with Kevin Kugler, Mark Malone, Scott Kaplan (Field reporter). The WWL Radio broadcast will played on SIRIUS Ch. 92 and XM Ch. 225.
The game can be heard throughout the Gulf Coast on the New Orleans Saints Radio Network WWL Radio (870 AM or 105.3 FM in the New Orleans area) with Jim Henderson handling play-by-play duties, former Saints fullback Hokie Gajan serving as color analyst and Kristian Garic on the the Saints sidelines.
For a full list of New Orleans Saints Radio Network Affiliates, click here
A Spanish broadcast is available on WFNO 830 AM in the New Orleans area with Emilio Peralta handling play-by-play and Marco Garcia serving as color analyst.
WWL will stream their broadcast of the game LIVE online at WWL.com.
Fans can now hear every exciting play-by-play from Jim Henderson and Hokie Gajan, as well as all their pre-game and post-game coverage at WWL.com.
To have access to WWL's online gameday radio, sign up for the free WWL Big Talkers Club by clicking here.
*Please note that as with the television broadcast, the online radio broadcast will not be in sync with the live gameplay.
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