(Jan. 16, 2007) -- Televisions all around the world will be tuned to
Super Bowl XLI as 54 international broadcasters will televise the game
to 232 countries and territories in 34 languages.
Super Bowl XLI is available to an estimated worldwide audience of 750
million to 1 billion people. There are 19 television and radio stations
from 14 countries broadcasting the game on site from Dolphin Stadium.
For the first time, the Super Bowl will be broadcast live on terrestrial
TV in Korea when SBS Media Net airs the action from South Florida. In
China, CCTV, Dragon TV and G+ Sports (Shanghai) will broadcast the Super
Bowl this year.
The NFL will have a strong presence in Brazil when BandSports broadcasts
Super Bowl XLI in Portuguese, followed by a 90-minute condensed version
of the game on terrestrial station Banderiantes. Game highlights will
also be featured online at Globoesporte.com in Portuguese.
Super Bowl XLI will air on two terrestrial networks in Germany with a
live broadcast on ARD and a delayed broadcast on the sports station, DSF.
NFL International is providing a world feed in standard and high
definition for all international broadcast partners for the sixth
straight year. English-speaking countries showing the game will hear
Sterling Sharpe and Spiro Dedes call the action.