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Seahawks Announce 2014 Broadcast and Network Information

Posted Aug 5, 2014

Seahawks Introduce New Broadcast Format for Preseason TV

Renton, Wash. - The Seattle Seahawks announced today their 2014 broadcast and network information. Play-by-play announcer Curt Menefee joins former Seahawks quarterback Brock Huard for Seahawks preseason telecasts on Q13 FOX. On radio, Steve Raible and Warren Moon will call the action with Jen Mueller as sideline reporter on 710 ESPN and 97.3 FM during the preseason and regular season.

The Seahawks 2014 preseason telecasts will feature limited interruption during the first quarter, giving one exclusive partner the opportunity to carry the advertising rights. The partner will be given five breaks to message in unique ways, including: messages from CEOs, corporate and community prerecorded videos, and interviews with key executives. Boeing and Washington’s Lottery will be featured in two of the games.

Fans outside of Seattle may also watch the preseason games online by signing up for Preseason Live. Visit Seahawks.com for more details.

TV Talent (preseason)

Menefee begins his sixth season with the Seahawks broadcasting team as the play-by-play announcer for preseason telecasts. Menefee currently hosts FOX's award-winning NFL pregame show, FOX NFL Sunday. Prior to taking over as full-time host in 2007, he called play-by-play for NFL and NFL Europe League games on FOX Sports and FSN.

Huard returns for his second season as analyst in the Seahawks TV booth. The former University of Washington star and Puyallup High School All-American has been calling college football for ESPN since August 2008, working as a college football analyst for ESPN and ABC's Saturday games, and is also a studio analyst for the networks. Since 2009, Huard has co-hosted a sports radio morning show on 710 ESPN. After a standout high school career at Puyallup and a record-setting stint at the UW, Huard went on to play six years in the NFL, including four spent with the Seahawks, from 1999-2001 and 2004.

Radio Talent (preseason and regular season)

On 710 ESPN and 97.3 FM is Steve Raible returning for his 33rd season in the radio booth, his 11th as "Voice of the Seahawks" after 22 seasons as the Seahawks analyst. An original member of the Seahawks, Raible played wide receiver from 1976-81 and has missed only four games in the franchise's history, either as a player or broadcaster after suffering a collapsed lung vs. Oakland in 1981. Following his football career, Raible joined KIRO-TV where he has won five local Emmy Awards including two for "Best Anchor." He currently anchors KIRO-7 Eyewitness News at 5:00, 6:00 and 11:00 p.m.

Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon returns to the Seahawks radio team for his 11th season after serving as the preseason television analyst for the previous two seasons. After finishing a playing career in which he was nominated to an NFL-record eight straight Pro Bowls (1988-95), adding a ninth overall in 1997, Moon has become one of football's leading broadcast analysts. He has spent recent years as a Westwood One radio analyst and sideline reporter and also spent time in the booth during Fox Sports Net's Pac-12 College Game of the Week.

Jen Mueller enters her sixth season as sideline reporter. She is a 14-year sports broadcasting veteran and joined the Seahawks Radio Network in 2009. In addition to her work with the Seahawks, she has been a member of the ROOT Sports broadcast team since 2006.

Seahawks Television Networks

Washington
City Station Network
Seattle KCPQ - 13 FOX
Spokane KAYU - 28 FOX
Tri-Cities KFFX - 11 FOX
Yakima KCYU - 41 FOX

 

 

 


Alaska
City Station Network
Anchorage KYUR - 13 ABC
Fairbanks KATN - 2 ABC
Juneau KJUD - 8 ABC

 

 


Hawaii
City Station Network
Honolulu KHNL - 6 ABC


 

Idaho
City Station Network
Boise KIVI - 6 ABC
Twin Falls KSAW - 52 ABC
Sun Valley KSAW - 52 ABC


 

 

Oregon
City Station Network
Bend KFXO - 39 FOX
Eugene KEVU - 23 My TV
Eugene KLSR - 34 FOX
Medforf KMVU - 26 FOX
Portland KPTV - 12 FOX

 

 

 

 

 

Seahawks Radio Network

Washington
City Station Frequency
Aberdeen KDUX 104.7FM
Bellingham KPUG 1170AM
Centralia KMNT 104.3FM
Colfax KMAX 840AM
Colville KCRK 92.1FM
Ellensburg KXLE 1240AM
Forks KFKB 1490AM
Grand Coulee KEYG 98.5FM
Longview KEDO 1400AM
Moses Lake KBSN 1470AM
Mt. Vernon KAPS 660AM
Mt. Vernon KAPS 102.1FM
Olympia KGY 1240AM
Olympia KAYO 96.9FM
Omak KNCW 92.7FM
Port Angeles KONP 1450AM
Seattle ESPN 710AM
Seattle KIRO 97.3FM
Shelton KMAS 1030AM
Shelton KMAS 104.1FM
Spokane KHTQ 94.5FM
Tri-Cities KONA 610AM
Walla Walla KUJ 1420AM
Wenatchee KPQ 560AM
Yakima KIT 1280AM
Yakima KQMY 99.3FM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Alaska
City Station Frequency
Anchorage KOAN 1080AM
Anchorage KOAN 95.5FM
Anchorage KZND 94.7FM
Cordiva KLAM 1450AM
Juneau KINY 800AM
Kodiak Island KVOK 560AM
Kodiak Island KVOK 98.7FM
Sitka KIFW 1230AM

 


 

 

 

 

 

British Columbia
City Station Frequency
Vancouver TEAM 1410AM
Victoria CFAX 1070AM
Kelowna CKFR 1150AM


 

 

 

Idaho
City Station Frequency
Boise KTIK 1350AM
Boise KTIK 93.1FM
Lewiston KCLK 1430AM
Pocatello KSEI 930AM
St. Maries KOFE 1240AM


 

 

 

 

Montana
City Station Frequency
Missoula KGRZ 1450AM
Missoula KYLT 1340AM


 

 

Oregon
City Station Frequency
Astoria KCRX 102.3FM
Baker City KKBC 95.3FM
Bend KRCO 690AM
Bend KRCO 96.9FM
Eugene KUJZ 95.3FM
La Grande KRJT 105.9FM
Lebanon KGAL 1580AM
Medford KTMT 580AM
Newport KCUP 1230AM
Pendleton KTIX 1240AM
Portland KUFO 970AM
Portland KXL 101.1FM
The Dalles KODL 1440AM
The Dalles KODL 99.1FM