Crimson Tide Radio and Television Information

Sports Network

From opening day on August 31 through January's bowl game, Bama fans will hear all the action of Alabama football on the Crimson Tide Sports Network (CTSN). More than 50 radio stations in Alabama and around the south will broadcast Alabama football games in 2013.

Now in his third decade as the voice of the Tide is Eli Gold. He's called the action of every Crimson Tide game since 1989. A nationally known sportscaster, Eli is also the host of 'NASCAR Live', a weekly, nationally syndicated radio call-in show. His broadcasting career includes play-by-play for NFL, Arena Football League and NHL games on radio and television.

Providing the color analysis is former Crimson Tide assistant coach Phil Savage, who's been on the crew since 2008. A Mobile native who heads the Senior Bowl, Savage has extensive NFL experience, as an assistant coach with the Cleveland Browns (under defensive coordinator Nick Saban), Director of Player Personnel for the Baltimore Ravens and Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Browns.

Chris Stewart will patrol the sidelines during the game to keep fans up-to-date and then will head to the locker room for post-game interviews with coach Saban and Bama players. A member of the crew since 1999, Stewart is also the voice of men's basketball and baseball.

Tyler Watts and Todd Robbins start and end the game-day broadcast. Watts starred at quarterback for Alabama from 1999 to 2001 and joined the CTSN team in 2007. He will join Stewart for pay-per-view telecasts. Robbins has produced the pre-game and post-game shows for the network since 2005.

The veteran of the CTSN crew is Tom Roberts, who joined the broadcast team in 1979. He hosts the pre-game show, provides scoreboard updates throughout the game and hosts the halftime report.

Starting in 1984, Tom Stipe has produced the CTSN football broadcasts and he also serves as president of the Southeastern Conference Broadcasters Association. Butch Owens has stood behind Gold every week as the spotter since 1989 and Brian Roberts has been keeping up with all the numbers as the statistician for the broadcast since 1998. Jim Carabin oversees the Bama broadcasts in his role as general manager of Crimson Tide Sports Marketing.

The Nick Saban Show and Hey, Coach

Alabama fans again will have an opportunity to talk with Crimson Tide coach Nick Saban each Thursday night on his weekly radio show. Tom Roberts hosts the 60-minute coaches' call-in show following 'Hey, Coach' each Thursday night at 6:30 p.m. The first broadcast is set for August 15. Fans can join the program by calling toll-free 877-202-BAMA (2262).

Crimson Tide Today

Alabama fans keep up with all of the Tide's players and coaches each weekday on 'Crimson Tide Today', a daily update on all University of Alabama athletic teams with Tom Roberts and Chris Stewart.

The Nick Saban TV Show

The Crimson Tide's head coach will guide Alabama fans through the football season on his weekly television show, which is broadcast on stations in Alabama and the Southeast. The 30-minute TV show, hosted by Chris Stewart, features highlights, interviews and features with Alabama players. Check local listings for the time and station in your area. Veteran videographer Keith Dobbins will be at every game to shoot all of the action for the coach's TV show.

The Nick Saban Show: August 25 - December 1
Birmingham WIAT 42 Sunday 10:30pm
Huntsville WZDK 54 Sunday 9:00pm
Mobile WJTC 44 Sunday 6:00pm
Dothan WTVY 4 Sunday 10:30pm
Montgomery WNCF 32 Sunday 10:30pm
Tuscaloosa WVUA 7 Monday 6:30pm
Meridian WGBC 30 Sunday 10:30pm
  Comcast Sports Southeast Monday 3:00pm
  Cox Sports TV Tuesday 6:00pm

TideTV This Week

From the start of fall practice through the end of the spring sports season, Bama fans keep up with all sports on 'TideTV This Week', a fast-paced 30-minute weekly TV show, hosted by Chris Stewart. Reporter Christopher England and producer Tom Roberts complete the crew for the weekly show. Check local listings for the time and station in your area.

Crimson Tide This Week: August 16 - April 28
Tuscaloosa WVUA 7 Saturday 10:30am
Montgomery WNCF 32 Saturday Noon
Birmingham WIAT 42 Saturday 11:00am
Huntsville WAMY 8 Saturday 9:00am
  Comcast Sports Southeast Friday 3:00pm

Football Replays

Football Replays
  Comcast Sports Southeast Sunday 8:00pm
Tuscaloosa WVUA 7 Monday 7:00pm

Radio Stations

LocationStation
AnnistonWHMA 95.5
Apalachicola, FLWFCT 105.5
ArabWAFN 92.7
AshlandWCKF 100.7
AtlantaWZGC-FM 92.9
AuburnWMXA 96.7
BirminghamWJOX 690/94.5
BrewtonWKNU 106.3
CentreWEIS 990/100.5
Chattanooga, TNWUUQ 97.3/99.3
Clanton, ALWHPH 97.7
Columbia, TNWMRB 910
Columbus, GAWIOL 1580/95.7
Corinth, MSWADI 95.3
CullmanWFMH 1340
DecaturWWTM 1400
DothanWBBK 93.1
EufaulaWNRA 1240
FayetteWLDX 990
FlorenceWYTK 93.9
Fort PayneWFPA 1400
Ft. Walton Beach, FLWTKE 98.1
GadsdenWAAX 570
GeorgianaWFXX 107.7
HaleyvilleWWWH 92.7
HuntsvilleWUMP 730, WVNN 770/92.5
Jackson, ALWHOD-FM 94.5
Jackson, MSWJQS 1400
JasperWJLX 1240/101.5
Lewisburg, TNWAXO 1220
LindenWINL 98.5
McComb, MSWHNY 1250
Meridian, MSWALT 910/102.1
MobileWZEW 92.1
MonroevilleWMFC 99.3
Montgomery/Prattville/SelmaWDXX 100.1, WXFX 95.1, WLWI 1440
Nashville, TNWPRT 102.5
OppWAMI 102.3
Panama City, FLWBPC 95.1
Pensacola, FLWBSR 1450
Rome, GAWSRM 93.5
RussellvilleWGOL 920
ScottsboroWKEA 98.3, WWIC 1050
Spartanburg, SCWASC 1530
TallasseeWTLS 1300/106.5
Tupelo, MSWZLQ 98.5
TuscaloosaWFFN 95.3, WDGM 99.1, WTSK 790
VernonWJEC 106.5
West Point, GAWCJM 100.9
WinfieldWKXM 1300/97.7
     

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