Giants’ Victory Parade, City Hall celebration and MetLife Stadium event to be aired locally

The Giants Victory Parade and City Hall ceremony will be carried live by most New York media outlets. Some of the stations will also include coverage of the ensuing trip to New Jersey and MetLife Stadium for the 3 p.m. celebration.

As of 6:45 p.m. Monday, I have not received word on coverage plans from NFL Network or ESPN 1050 radio.

WFAN (660-AM) and
10 a.m. – Joe Benigno and Evan Roberts broadcast live from City Hall. Reports from parade route starting at 11 a.m. with Kim Jones, Bob Papa, Carl Banks, Paul Dottino and many Giants players. Banks and Jones join City Hall broadcast at 12:15 p.m. Ceremony at City Hall will begin at 1 p.m. with Mike Francesa anchoring the coverage from Met Life Stadium, where another rally takes place at 3 p.m. Jones will interview players and the crowd until 6:30 p.m.

YES Network
11 a.m. – Chris Shearn and Gary Myers will host from the YES Studios. At 1 p.m., Mike Francesa’s WFAN show will air from Met Life Stadium, with the City Hall celebration simulcast.

SportsNet New York
10:45 a.m. – Chris Carlin, Gary Apple and former Giant Tiki Barber will provide commentary and interviews with the Giants team throughout the parade and City Hall ceremony.
Extensive coverage continues on Daily News Live (5 p.m.), The WheelHouse (5:30 p.m.), Loud Mouths (6 p.m.) and SportsNite (10:30 p.m.).

MSG Network
11 a.m. – Al Trautwig will host the show from MSG Studios at Penn Plaza. Telecast concludes at 2 p.m. following the City Hall ceremony.

YNN (Your News Now, Time Warner Ch. 6)
11 a.m. – Coverage of the parade and City Hall celebration

WNBC-4 and
11 a.m. – Sports anchor Bruce Beck will host the parade and City Hall coverage along with morning news anchors Michael Gargiulo and Darlene Rodriguez. Reporters include Katherine Creag and Andrew Siff.
3 p.m. – Live coverage from MetLife Stadium with sports anchor Scott Stanford and New Jersey reporters Brian Thompson and Pat Battle.

WABC-7 and, Watch ESPN app
11 a.m. – Coverage of the parade and City Hall celebration. ESPN’s SportsCenter will check in live with the parade and City Hall event. may show the MetLife Stadium event on delay.

11 a.m. – Live coverage of parade and City Hall ceremony

WWOR-9 and
11 a.m. – Live coverage of parade and City Hall ceremony
3 p.m. – Live coverage of MetLife Stadium celebration

WPIX-11 and
11 a.m. – Live coverage of parade and City Hall ceremony

WNYW-5 and
11 a.m. – Live coverage of parade and City Hall ceremony

WCBS 880-AM, WINS 1010-AM
11 a.m. — The all-news stations will provide plenty of live updates from the parade route and City Hall event during the course of news programming.

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