Westwood One has come to an agreement with the NFL that will keep it in place as the league’s network radio partner for another two years. The relationship dates back more than 40 years, and WW1 has been the league’s exclusive network outlet since 1987. This agreement reflects the spirit of our long-standing partnership with the NFL,” said Westwood One President/CEO Rod Sherwood. “The NFL is a powerful franchise, with programming and a huge audience that bring great value to Westwood One, our affiliates, and our advertisers.” With the deal, Westwood One will continue to broadcast all national regular and postseason games, including the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game, Monday Night Football, and Sunday Night Football.
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