San Francisco 49ers

All NFL Media is Local- Super Bowl XLVII

The teams and media are in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.  There is plenty of national coverage on the game.  But we feel the best way to learn about the two teams is through the work of the local media covering each club.

Here is a compilation of some of the local media outlets covering the Ravens and 49ers for the Super Bowl:

Baltimore Ravens Local Media

Newspaper- One of the most underrated mid-sized newspapers in the Country is the Baltimore Sun.  It has a long tradition of having a comprehensive sports section.  The online version of the paper has a page dedicated to the Ravens. Beat writers Jeff Zrebiec (Twitter), Aaron Wilson (Twitter), Matt Vensel (Twitter), Mike Preston, and Edward Lee also maintain the Ravens Insider Blog. Columnists Kevin Cowherd (Twitter) and Peter Schmuck (Twitter) will also offer commentary on the team.

Baltimore has its own weekly sports newspaper, the Press Box.

Sports Radio- WBAL and 98 Rock serve as the home of the Ravens Radio Network. Gerry Sandusky (Twitter), Stan White, and Qadry Ismail (Twitter) call the action.  To talk Ravens, tune into sports talker 105. The Fan.

Television-  Among the television stations on the Baltimore beat include WBALWBFFWJZ and WMAR.  Comcast SportsNet Baltimore and Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) also cover the Ravens.

Blogs-  Check out Ravens NewsRavens GabBaltimore BeatdownThe Purple Chaos, and  Ebony Bird for independent coverage of the team.

San Francisco 49ers Local Media

Newspaper- The dominant daily in the city is the San Francisco Chronicle.   Its online sports page (and the rest of the paper online) is part of SF Gate.com.  The sports section has a page dedicated to the 49ers. Beat writers Kevin Lynch (Twiiter) and Eric Branch (Twitter) also maintain the Niner Insider blog.  With columnists like Scott Ostler (Twitter) you can expect plenty to be written about the Niners.

Sports Radio- KNBR and KSAN serve as the flagships to the 49er Radio Network.  Ted Robinson (Twitter) handles play-by-play with Eric Davis (Twitter) adding commentary.  KNBR and KGMZ are two outlets for sports radio talk on the 49ers.

Television- KGOKNTVKPIXKTVU are the major television outlets in San Francisco.  Comcast SportsNet Bay Area also covers the team.

Blogs-  Check out Niners Nation49ers GabNiners Noise, and the team’s own Goal Posts Blog for some independent Niner talk.

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All NFL Media is Local- Super Bowl XLVII

The teams and media are beginning to assemble in New Orleans for Super Bowl XLVII between the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.  There is plenty of national coverage on the game.  But we feel the best way to learn about the two teams is through the work of the local media covering each club.

Here is a compilation of some of the local media outlets covering the Ravens and 49ers for the Super Bowl:

Baltimore Ravens Local Media

Newspaper- One of the most underrated mid-sized newspapers in the Country is the Baltimore Sun.  It has a long tradition of having a comprehensive sports section.  The online version of the paper has a page dedicated to the Ravens. Beat writers Jeff Zrebiec (Twitter), Aaron Wilson (Twitter), Matt Vensel (Twitter), Mike Preston, and Edward Lee also maintain the Ravens Insider Blog. Columnists Kevin Cowherd (Twitter) and Peter Schmuck (Twitter) will also offer commentary on the team.

Baltimore has its own weekly sports newspaper, the Press Box.

Sports Radio- WBAL and 98 Rock serve as the home of the Ravens Radio Network. Gerry Sandusky (Twitter), Stan White, and Qadry Ismail (Twitter) call the action.  To talk Ravens, tune into sports talker 105. The Fan.

Television-  Among the television stations on the Baltimore beat include WBALWBFFWJZ and WMAR.  Comcast SportsNet Baltimore and Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) also cover the Ravens.

Blogs-  Check out Ravens NewsRavens GabBaltimore BeatdownThe Purple Chaos, and  Ebony Bird for independent coverage of the team.

San Francisco 49ers Local Media

Newspaper- The dominant daily in the city is the San Francisco Chronicle.   Its online sports page (and the rest of the paper online) is part of SF Gate.com.  The sports section has a page dedicated to the 49ers. Beat writers Kevin Lynch (Twiiter) and Eric Branch (Twitter) also maintain the Niner Insider blog.  With columnists like Scott Ostler (Twitter) you can expect plenty to be written about the Niners.

Sports Radio- KNBR and KSAN serve as the flagships to the 49er Radio Network.  Ted Robinson (Twitter) handles play-by-play with Eric Davis (Twitter) adding commentary.  KNBR and KGMZ are two outlets for sports radio talk on the 49ers.

Television- KGOKNTVKPIXKTVU are the major television outlets in San Francisco.  Comcast SportsNet Bay Area also covers the team.

Blogs-  Check out Niners Nation49ers GabNiners Noise, and the team’s own Goal Posts Blog for some independent Niner talk.

All NFL Media is Local- 2013 NFC Championship Game

We have built up a section of our site that links to a post on each team in the NFL and the local media outlets that cover that team.  It’s a one-stop-shop for fans to get information on their favorite team through some of the people and organizations who cover them every day.

For the NFL Conference Championships we will re-post the entries for each team, as a way for you to get ready for the game, again, through the work of the local media in each market.

Here is a look at the broadcast information and local media outlets covering the San Francisco 49ers and the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Championship Game:

NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME

National Television:  Fox Sports.  Pre-game coverage starts at 2:00p.m. ET with Curt Menefee, Terry Bradshaw, Howie Long, Michael Strahan and Jimmy Johnson.  Kick-off is 3:00p.m. ET with Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver and Erin Andrews on the call.

National Radio–  Dial Global is the national radio rights holder for the game.  Dave Simms, James Lofton and Tony Boselli describe the action.

San Francisco 49ers Local Media

Newspaper- The dominant daily in the city is the San Francisco Chronicle.   Its online sports page (and the rest of the paper online) is part of SF Gate.com.  The sports section has a page dedicated to the 49ers. Beat writers Kevin Lynch (Twiiter) and Eric Branch (Twitter) also maintain the Niner Insider blog.  With columnists like Scott Ostler (Twitter) you can expect plenty to be written about the Niners.

Sports Radio- KNBR and KSAN serve as the flagships to the 49er Radio Network.  Ted Robinson (Twitter) handles play-by-play with Eric Davis (Twitter) adding commentary.  KNBR and KGMZ are two outlets for sports radio talk on the 49ers.

Television- KGOKNTVKPIXKTVU are the major television outlets in San Francisco.  Comcast SportsNet Bay Area also covers the team.

Blogs-  Check out Niners Nation49ers GabNiners Noise, and the team’s own Goal Posts Blog for some independent Niner talk.

Atlanta Falcons Local Media

Newspaper-  The Atlanta Journal Constitution serves the greater metro Atlanta area.  Its online sports section appears to be laid out well.  It includes a special page of content on the Falcons.  Beat reporter D. Orlando Ledbetter (Twitter) has his own blog.  Columnists Mark Bradley (Twitter) and Jeff Shultz (Twitter) will have also have content on the Falcons.

Sports Radio- Sports Radio 790 The Zone serves as the flagship station for the Falcons Radio NetworkWes Durham and Dave Archer  (Durham Twitter) (Archer Twitter) provide the play-by-play and commentary for each game.  Along with The Zone Falcons talk can be heard on WCNN.

Television- Check out television coverage of the Falcons on WAGAWSB, and WXIA.  Fox Sports South also

Blogs- Some of the independent Falcons blogs include The FalcoholicFalcons Wire, and Falcons Gab.

All NFL Media is Local- San Francisco 49ers

Let’s head to Northern California to check out the local media covering the San Francisco 49ers

Newspaper- The dominant daily in the city is the San Francisco Chronicle.   Its online sports page (and the rest of the paper online) is part of SF Gate.com.  The sports section has a page dedicated to the 49ers. Beat writers Kevin Lynch (Twiiter) and Eric Branch (Twitter) also maintain the Niner Insider blog.  With columnists like Scott Ostler (Twitter) you can expect plenty to be written about the Niners.

Sports Radio- KNBR and KSAN serve as the flagships to the 49er Radio Network.  Ted Robinson (Twitter) handles play-by-play with Eric Davis (Twitter) adding commentary.  KNBR and KGMZ are two outlets for sports radio talk on the 49ers.

Television- KGOKNTVKPIXKTVU are the major television outlets in San Francisco.  Comcast SportsNet Bay Area also covers the team.

Blogs-  Check out Niners Nation49ers Gab, Niners Noise, and the team’s own Goal Posts Blog for some independent Niner talk.

Read others we missed?  Please add them to our comments section.

NFL Local Sports Media- San Francisco 49ers

Yesterday we looked at the local media covering one of the NFL teams in the Bay Area…today the other…San Francisco 49ers

Newspaper- The dominant daily in the city is the San Francisco Chronicle.   Its online sports page has a page dedicated to the team.  Its beat writing team also maintains the Niner Insider blog.  With esteemed columnists like Ray Ratto and Scott Ostler, you can expect plenty to be written about the Niners.

Sports Radio- KNBR and KSAN serve as the radio home of the Niners.  Joe Starkey handles play-by-play with Gary Plummer adding commentary.  KNBR is also the Bay Area’s sports radio king.

Television- KGO, KNTV, KPIX, KTVU are the major television outlets in San Francisco.

Blogs-  Check out Niners Nation49ers Locker, Mining the Gold Rush, and 49ers Gab for some independent Niner talk.

Read others we missed?  Please add them to our comments section.