NFL Kickoff on Nickelodeon; Brady’s Back

The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon will reach a new audience on Sunday, January 10 at 4:30 p.m. ET, following a SpongeBob SquarePants pregame show. CBS Sports Chairman... See More

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The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon will reach a new audience on Sunday, January 10 at 4:30 p.m. ET, following a SpongeBob SquarePants pregame show. CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus discusses the ViacomCBS strategy to reach new fans as the network prepares to televise the Super Bowl on February 7 in Tampa. That city’s Buccaneers return to the playoffs for the first time since 2007 with quarterback Tom Brady. NBC’s Mike Tirico compares Brady to Bruce Springsteen joining a new band, and his Sunday Night Football colleague Cris Collinsworth says TB12 can play as long as he wants. Also, hear from Jim Nantz, who will call the Super Bowl on CBS, and find out how long he plans to stay at the network. Get the full Super Wild Card Weekend schedule with tripleheaders on Saturday and Sunday.

The NFL Wild Card Game on Nickelodeon will reach a new audience on Sunday, January 10 at 4:30 p.m. ET, following a SpongeBob SquarePants pregame show. CBS Sports Chairman Sean McManus discusses the ViacomCBS strategy to reach new fans as the network prepares to televise the Super Bowl on February 7 in Tampa. That city’s Buccaneers return to the playoffs for the first time since 2007 with quarterback Tom Brady. NBC’s Mike Tirico compares Brady to Bruce Springsteen joining a new band, and his Sunday Night Football colleague Cris Collinsworth says TB12 can play as long as he wants. Also, hear from Jim Nantz, who will call the Super Bowl on CBS, and find out how long he plans to stay at the network. Get the full Super Wild Card Weekend schedule with tripleheaders on Saturday and Sunday.

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Stu Hothem

Stu Hothem has covered some of the biggest events in sports across TV, radio and the web. As a researcher with ABC, CBS and ESPN, he worked on the Super Bowl, Olympics, World Cup and X Games. At FOXSports.com, he integrated content and interactive features with FOX Sports broadcast and cable programming. He managed the editorial team at NASCAR.com and also worked in the sanctioning body’s integrated marketing communications department. His professional career began at WFAN, the nation’s first all-sports radio station, following his time at the Rutgers radio station as a play-by-play announcer, talk-show host and general manager.