Recognizing a demographic’s flourishing significance to America’s many renouned sport, CBS and a NFL have reached agreement with ESPN Deportes that sees a network providing a central Spanish-language telecast of Super Bowl 50, set to atmosphere live Feb 7 during 6 PM EST. As partial of this agreement, ESPN Deportes will start airing extensive Super Bowl-related programming commencement Feb 1, with a Super Bowl Sunday lineup that will underline Live coverage heading adult to a diversion from San Francisco, including a 90-min pregame special during 4:30pm as good as a postgame show.
The agreement outlines a third time there has been an central Spanish-language telecast of veteran football’s championship game. Fox carried a diversion in 2014, airing it en Español on Fox Deportes. And progressing this year, Super Bowl 49 broadcaster NBC aired Spanish denunciation coverage around NBC Universo. Of course, CBS has no Spanish-language kin network, that meant it had to go outward to yield a service, though it’s still important that this year sees trans-conglomerate team-work between CBS and Disney (which owns ESPN).
ESPN Deportes already presents Monday Night Football games in Spanish via a NFL unchanging season, as good as a Wild Card Playoff game, and a Pro Bowl; The network also facilities extensive news and information coverage, including studio shows NFL Live and NFL Esta Noche. However, this outlines a initial time a network has telecast a Super Bowl. ESPN Deportes’ Monday Night Football commentator group of Alvaro Martin, former NFL kicker and Super Bowl champion Raul Allegre, and sideline contributor John Sutcliffe will call a diversion for ESPN Deportes.
Super Bowl 50 is being hold during Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA.