Pro Football weekly

Pro Football Weekly on TV

This 30-minute program, which is in its 24th year, features Hub Arkush, publisher and editor of Pro Football Weekly; Tom Waddle, NFL Network analyst and Chicago radio host; and NFL Hall of Famer Dan Hampton. The expert panel covers the top stories from around the NFL and previews the coming week's matchups.

Start date: September 4, 2011

End Date: February 5, 2012

Number of weeks: 23

Network window: 5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. ET on Fridays and 10:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. ET on Sundays

2011-12 television affiliates:

  • Chicago
  • Mid-Atlantic (Washington D.C.)
  • Philadelphia
  • New England (Boston)
  • Bay Area (San Franscisco)
  • Southeast
  • California
  • Northwest
  • Comcast SportsNet Northwest (Seattle, Portland)
  • NFL Sunday Ticket (national premium distribution)
  • MSG Plus (New York)
  • Arizona (Phoenix)
  • Detroit
  • Florida (Miami, Tampa)
  • Midwest (St. Louis, Kansas)
  • North (Minneapolis)
  • Ohio (Cleveland)
  • Northwest (Seattle, Tacoma)
  • Pittsburgh
  • Rocky Mountain (Denver)
  • South (Atlanta)
  • Southwest (Houston, Dallas)
  • West (Los Angeles)
  • Wisconsin (Milwaukee)

Pro Football Weekly on the radio

Our nationally syndicated radio show is broadcast in more than 90 markets. Now entering its 25th year, Pro Football Weekly Radio is the longest-running program on the air today featuring NFL previews, highlights and analysis. In the offseason, we also provide basketball coverage from our sister publication, Basketball News.

Pro Football Weekly publisher/editor Hub Arkush and Wayne Larrivee, a veteran play-by-play man for the NFL, NBA and Major League Baseball, are the hosts of Pro Football Weekly Radio.

Pro Football Weekly Radio presents in-depth previews of the week’s biggest games, behind-the-scenes perspectives and hard-hitting interviews with the NFL’s biggest newsmakers.

Every week’s show will be available in this new audio channel each Friday afternoon. You can listen online or download the show and enjoy it whenever and wherever you choose.

Click here for a list of stations that carry the program.