NFL

US Bank Home Opener Halftime Show

Minneapolis, MN

In the grand opening of the spectacular new US Bank Stadium, the Minnesota Vikings wanted to put on a special show during halftime. They used our radio units to help with all of the complex choreography that went into it. Each performer, audio tech, and stagehand used our earpieces to stay in contact with the show manager to ensure a flawless execution.

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Kansas City Chiefs First Look

Kansas City Chiefs Training Facility – Kansas City, MO

In a special event for Kansas City Chiefs season ticket holders and suite owners, LSR teamed with the Chiefs to allow fans to get a look at all of the training camp attendees and new members of the Chiefs. With the help from KCCRN, attendees were given access to an exclusive radio show introducing all of the new talent.

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2016 NFL Draft

Auditorium Theatre at Roosevelt University – Chicago, IL

Fans in attendance of the NFL Draft are given radios in a gift bag provided by the NFL. Each radio allows the fans to listen to the NFL Network and ESPN live coverage of the event. From crazy draftniks to the casual fan, everyone enjoys the broadcasts while they eagerly await their team’s selection! With the radios working both indoors and outdoors in Draft Town, fans don’t miss a minute of coverage.

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2016 NFL Draft Combine

Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN

The fastest 40 yard dash, the highest vertical jump, the infamous wide receiver gauntlet drill. All of these important steps in a draftees life are now available to fans in person. With the help of Live Sports Radio, the NFL allowed more fans into the combine than ever before in 2016. With exclusive content (not even available to those watching at home) from Marshall Faulk, fans are treated to a first class experience at Lucas Oil Stadium.

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Super Bowl 50

Levi’s Stadium – Santa Clara, CA

At the gold anniversary of the Super Bowl, fans were treated to gold radios at Super Bowl 50. All of the suite holders, media, and many fans were able to listen to the national broadcast provided by Westwood One, the TV broadcast from CBS, and the national Spanish broadcast via ESPN Deportes. SB 2016 -2

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2016 Super Bowl Opening Night

SAP Center – San Jose, CA

This year, the NFL made the fantastic decision to bring all of the chaos of Media Day to prime time, thus creating the all new Opening Night. What was not all new, was the complimentary earpieces provided by the NFL for every attendee. Fans listened to every word as Peyton Manning was the center of attention in what ultimately turned out to be his final Super Bowl.

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Seattle Seahawks

CenturyLink Field – Seattle, WA

For every home game this season, the Seattle Seahawks, in partnership with American Express, will be giving radios to their fans! Fans will be treated to the live, non-delayed action as called by KIRO radio. Check this out for a quick summary of our work as written by Forbes.

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2015 NFL Draft

Auditorium Theater at Roosevelt University – Chicago, IL

For the first time in 51 years, the NFL Draft took place somewhere other than New York City. Chicago played host in a fantastic manor. The NFL, as in year’s past, gave radios to every attendee of the Draft inside the theater. For the first time, there was an outdoor portion, called Selection Square, located in Grant Park. For the 1100+ fans in Selection Square daily, they were given radios as well to tune into NFL Network coverage and ESPN. They were able to keep track of all of the trades, rumors, and the latest updates.

2015 NFL Draft Scouting Combine

Lucas Oil Stadium – Indianapolis, IN

For the 3rd year, fans were allowed in the secretive walls of Lucas Oil Stadium for this event. With no access to their cell phones or video boards, fans were each given a radio to catch all the action. Getting behind the scenes exclusive reporting from Marshall Faulk on commercial breaks, they were also treated to NFL Network. Watching Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota battle to be chosen number 1, fans got to watch 40 yard dashes, the infamous WR gauntlet drill, and much more! Not allowed to cheer or yell, their only link to the action was Live Sports Radio.

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2015 Super Bowl

Media Day

Talking Stick Arena – Phoenix, AZ

“I’m just here so I don’t get fined”
The Tuesday preceding each Super Bowl is usually filled with players giddy to talk to the media. This year, fans got to sit and laugh along with Marshawn Lynch. Each fan attending Media Day was given a radio when they entered. They had the option to switch between 8 different channels of audio, depending on the player or coach of their choice!

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Radio Row

Phoenix Convention Center – Phoenix, AZ

Working with SiriusXM, Live Sports Radio provided 5 channels of radio for fans in the Convention Center. For the week leading up to the big game, fans checking out all of the activities could do so while tuning into one of the SiriusXM’s channels of choice.

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Game Day

University of Phoenix Stadium – Glendale, AZ

As Live Sports Radio has become a staple at the NFL’s biggest game, fans knew where to look for live coverage! Radio users had the option of listening to the national radio call from Westwood One, the TV audio provided by NBC Sports, and the national Hispanic radio partner in Univision. LSR patrons were listening as all of the action unfolded in one of the most memorable Super Bowls to date!

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