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Saturday, November 27, 2010


Edmonton, AB - (November 26, 2010) - The Canadian Football League and Corus Radio are teaming up to present the 98th Grey Cup from Edmonton on the Grey Cup Corus Radio Network.

"We're thrilled that our fans can listen to all the excitement of Canada's largest single day sporting event on Corus stations," said Canadian Football League Commissioner Mark Cohon.

"Nothing brings Canadians together like the Grey Cup, and our radio coverage on Corus stations as well as Radio Canada, will help us bring the Grey Cup to Canadians."

Corus will deliver all the excitement of the Grey Cup on Sunday, November 28th on English-language stations with a weekly listening audience of more than two million.

"Corus Radio has been committed to broadcasting and supporting the Canadian Football League for decades and we are thrilled that this relationship will continue on Sunday as we present the 98th Grey Cup across our network of News/Talk stations and our expanded network of Grey Cup affiliates," said Doug Rutherford Vice President and General Manager, Corus Radio Alberta. "It's the biggest day of the year for Canadian football fans and our stable of veteran broadcasters looks forward to the opportunity to describe the action to CFL fans across the country."

Fans across Canada can also listen to the game on SIRIUS Satellite Radio Hardcore Sports Radio (Channel 98) and Sports Express (Channel 97).

The game will also be broadcast in French on CKAC SPORTS 730 in Montreal, while Radio Canada will provide a French-language Grey Cup broadcast in western Canada.

The Grey Cup Corus Radio Network includes:

630 CHED, Edmonton
AM 770, Calgary
CJOB, Winnipeg
AM 900 CHML, Hamilton
AM 640, Toronto
620 CKRM Regina
600 CJWW Saskatoon
940 CJGX Yorkton

The game will also be heard on Grey Cup affiliates in Montreal, Vancouver, Regina, and Ottawa.

The Grey Cup broadcast gets underway with a two-hour pre-game show which begins at 2:30 MST. The pre game show will be hosted by Canadian Football Hall of Famers Bryan Hall of 630 CHED and Bob Irving of CJOB.

Play by Play duties for the big game will be shared between the broadcasters of the two competing teams: Montreal Alouettes play by play announcer Rick Moffat will call the first half of the game, with the voice of the Saskatchewan Roughriders, Rod Pederson, providing the call of the second half. Colour analysis will be provided by Carm Carteri and Ed Philion.

The post-game show will be hosted by Bryan Hall and Bob Irving with interviews from the locker rooms of both teams.

"The Grey Cup is a Canadian icon, and we're pleased to share it with so many of our fellow Canadians," Cohon said.


Anonymous said...

The best part of the radio broadcast? You don't have to listen to Glen Suitor!

Anonymous said...

Sorry, but that's unkind and untrue. Glen is a fine commentator with knowledge, restraint. He's a pro. Get over yourself.

Anonymous said...

Can't anyone spell your name right, Roddy?