100th Grey Cup to be Broadcast on TSN, RDS and Around the World
November 23, 2012 - Canadian Football League (CFL) News Release
TORONTO -- The 100th Grey Cup Championship game is available on TSN and RDS in Canada, NBC Sports Network in the United States and 187 other countries around the world on ESPN International.
"The biggest Grey Cup game in our history will have the greatest reach ever: it will be available to more than 160 million homes worldwide," said Mark Cohon, Commissioner of the Canadian Football League.
Coverage will be available in Africa, Australia, Brazil, the Caribbean, Central America, Europe, Mexico, Middle East, New Zealand and South America.
Canadians serving the Canadian Forces can tune into the big game on Canadian Forces Radio and Television (CFRT).
The 100th Grey Cup Championship game can be seen:
In Canada on TSN and RDS, and TSN Mobile TV and RDS Mobile TV.
In the United States, telecast on NBC Sports Network and streamed live on ESPN3.
Around the world, on ESPN International networks in 187 countries, with 56 of those carrying the championship game live, all through TSN's relationship with ESPN.
It can be heard on radio in Canada:
In English on TSN Radio and Team radio stations, with TSN's Rod Black and Duane Forde providing the play-by-play and colour commentary (except on TSN Radio 1050 in Toronto, where Mike Hogan and Sandy Annunziata will have the call).
*The 100th Grey Cup broadcast is also available to SiriusXM subscribers on Sirius channel 157 and XM channel 160.
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