NFL fans on Wednesday can get a sense for what it’s like for the Fox broadcast team to prepare for the upcoming pigskin season.
FoxSports.com on MSN will Webcast for the first time Fox’s NFL summit on Aug. 15 from 10 a.m. through 3 p.m. (ET). The event, titled Fox NFL Preview Special, will be presented live from News Corp. headquarters in New York as the annual meeting will give users a look at on-air personalities, producers, network executives and assorted special guests.
Among those scheduled to participate: Fox Sports chairman and CEO David Hill and president Ed Goren, plus broadcasters Terry Bradshaw, Jimmy Johnson, Howie Long, Troy Aikman and Joe Buck.
“This Webcast is the kind of in-depth, behind-the-scenes NFL coverage that fans have come to expect from Fox,” said Ed Bunnell, vice president of programming for FoxSports.com on MSN in a statement. “We’re proud to give fans this behind-the-curtain access and showcase how the entire FOX Sports team prepares for its coverage of the upcoming season on all platforms.”
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