For the 24th-consecutive year, all Chiefs games will be carried in Kansas City by KCFX Radio/101.1 FM. The Chiefs Fox Football Radio Network, with KCFX as its anchor, includes numerous affiliates throughout a seven-state region. KCFX will broadcast all Chiefs preseason, regular season and playoff games live.
In 2010, Sports Radio 810 WHB secured exclusive rights to the
second hour of the official Chiefs postgame show. Sports Radio 810
WHB is the official AM radio partner of the Chiefs, and owns
exclusive live radio broadcast rights to the Chiefs weekly
in-season press conferences with Head Coach Andy Reid and the
other Chiefs programming.
One of the Midwest's most recognizable radio and television personalities, Mitch Holthus handles the play-by-play duties for the 20th-straight year, giving him more years of service than any other "Voice of the Chiefs" in team history. Holthus has called a franchise-record 310 regular and postseason contests for Kansas City. Only six active NFL play-by-play announcers have been in their current roles for more seasons than Holthus.
Holthus is a past president of the National Sportscasters and
Sportswriters Association, an eight-time winner of the Kansas
Sportscaster of the Year Award and was inducted into the Kansas
Broadcaster Hall of Fame in 2008.The Smith Center, Kan., native
also served as the voice of Kansas State athletics for 14 years
from 1983-96. In addition to his Chiefs duties, he began his duties
as the lead TV play-by-play broadcaster for FOX Sports coverage of
the Missouri Valley Conference in 1995. In 2008, Holthus added TV
play-by-play coverage of
Big 12 basketball to his resume and continued to broadcast select Missouri Valley basketball contests.
Adding the color analysis to the Chiefs Radio Network for the 29th-consecutive year is QB Len Dawson, who was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1987. Dawson was the MVP in Kansas City's Super Bowl IV triumph over Minnesota and guided the franchise to three AFL titles.
Pro Bowl long snapper Kendall Gammon enters his sixth season providing in-game sideline updates. A 15-year NFL veteran, Gammon played in 106 games in a Chiefs uniform and was a member of Pittsburgh's Super Bowl XXX squad.
Dan Israel serves as the Executive Producer of the Chiefs Radio Network. A member of the Chiefs Radio Network since 1989, his talents have also been used by HBO, CBS, NBC and ABC.
"Voice of the Missouri State Bears" Art Haines anchors the pre-game show, halftime and in-game reports.
*Radio Play-by-Play Announcers
CHIEFS RADIO AFFILIATES
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