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Once again Sirius XM announced today that it will broadcast Super Bowl XLIV in 10 languages, across 14 different live broadcasts plus live talk programming from South Florida throughout Super Bowl Week.

Starting Monday, SIRIUS NFL Radio (ch.124) will broadcast live every day from Radio Row at the Ft. Lauderdale Convention Center with the latest news and analysis leading up to the big game, plus dozens of interviews with players, coaches, league executives and celebrities.

NFL Radio will also broadcast live from Sun Life Stadium on Media Day, Tuesday 10 am - 1pm ET, offering one on one interviews with players and coaches from both the Colts and Saints.

On Saturday 4 pm ET, NFL Radio will provide live coverage as the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2010 is announced. Listeners will hear the live announcement as well as one on one interviews with the newly elected Hall of Famers.

If you are unlucky enough to not be planted in front of an HDTV on Super Bowl Sunday, Sirius XM will air an expanded lineup of live play-by-play broadcasts from Sun Life Stadium in South Florida. The 14 different game calls will be available to Sirius and XM subscribers with the "Best of Sirius" programming package as follows;

  • Indianapolis Colts broadcast - SIRIUS 123 / XM 102
  • New Orleans Saints broadcast - SIRIUS 125 / XM 103
  • National Radio broadcast - SIRIUS 124 / XM 124
  • BBC Radio broadcast - SIRIUS 130 / XM 104
  • Spanish language broadcast - SIRIUS 91 / XM 105
  • Spanish broadcast (Canal + Spain) - SIRIUS 155 / XM 106
  • Russian broadcast (NTV Plus) - SIRIUS 154 / XM 107
  • French broadcast (W9) - SIRIUS 157 / XM 108
  • Japanese broadcast (NHK Japan) - SIRIUS 158 / XM 109
  • German broadcast (ARD) - SIRIUS 127 / XM 110
  • Italian broadcast (RAI) - SIRIUS 122 / XM 111
  • Hungarian broadcast (Sport1) - SIRIUS 90 / XM 112
  • Dutch broadcast (Prime Sport) - SIRIUS 152 / XM 113
  • Danish broadcast (Viasat) - SIRIUS 126 / XM 114

Visit sirius.com/superbowl or xmradio.com/superbowl for the full run down on Super Bowl coverage.