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CBS RADIO ON THE DIAL FOR THE NFL FOR FOUR-YEAR DEAL
Published February 23, 1995
CBS Radio and the NFL have announced the signing of a four- year contract extension for national radio rights to regular and post-season games, starting in '95. The new contract covers a 53-game package, including 41 regular-season games and all 12 post-season games. Spanish language coverage in the U.S., through the CBS Americas, includes four post-season games and the Super Bowl. CBS Radio has held the NFL rights since '78 (CBS Radio).