Game Information and How to Watch
Most of Northern California and Western Nevada will broadcast Sunday’s contest between the 49ers and Steelers. For those on the East Coast, the vast majority of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia should be able to tune into the television broadcast.
CBS will handle the coverage, featuring Greg Gumbel on play-by-play calls and Trent Green doing color commentary. Melanie Collins will be the sideline reporter.
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Check your local affiliates for CBS coverage.
The 49ers also feature an in-area app fans can download if they’re within geographical areas.
San Francisco’s KNBR 680 and 107.7 The Bone are the 49ers’ Bay Area flagship stations. You can check out the list of out-of-area radio broadcasts here.
Greg Papa will be on the play-by-play side of things, with Tim Ryan doing the color analysis. Dennis O’Donnell will serve as the on-field commentator.
And as always, Niner Noise will run our own in-game live thread, featuring contributors and editors from the site discussing the game in real time. The thread will be featured on Niner Noise’s home page during the game.
The 49ers and Steelers kick off on Sunday, Sept. 22 at 4:25 p.m. ET from Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.