New Orleans Saints Radio
WWL (870 AM/105.3 FM) is the flagship station of the Saints Radio Network, and the station extends the weekly action of Saints football throughout the Gulf South. Jim Henderson
handles the play-by-play duties, former Saints running back Deuce McAllister
provides color commentary amd Kristian Garic
is on the New Orleans sideline for all the contests. Former Saints quarterback Bobby Hebert
hosts the pregame coverage, does halftime commentary and hosts "The Point After" at the conclusion of each Saints game.
WWL also hosts Saints-specific shows during each week of the regular season.
New Orleans Saints Radio Network Affiliates
Flagship Station (English) - New Orleans: WWL 870 AM/105.3 FM
|Alexandria - KZMZ 96.9 FM
Baton Rouge - WDGL 98.1 FM
Bogalusa - WBOX 92.9 FM, WBOX 920 AM
Lafayette - KMDL 97.3 FM
Lake Charles - KNGT 99.5 FM
Monroe - KMLB 540 AM
Moreauville - KLIL 92.1 FM
Morgan City - KQKI 95.3 FM
Ruston - KRLQ 94.1 FM
Shreveport - KTAL 98.1 FM
Thibodaux - KTIB 640 AM
Ville Platte - KVPI 92.5 FM
|Mobile - WNSP 105.5 FM
|Columbia - WJDR 98.3 FM
Hattiesburg - WMXI 98.1 FM
Jackson - WJDX 105.3 FM, WJDX 620 AM
Lucedale - WRBE 106.9 FM, WRBE 1440 AM
McComb - WAZA 107.7 FM
Meridian - WALT 102.1 FM, WALT 910 AM, WMOX 1010 AM
Natchez - WQNZ 95.1 FM
|Fort Walton Beach - WZFN 1400 AM
Pensacola - WBSR 101.1 FM, WBRZ 1450 AM
Raycom Media is the Saints preseason television provider for the Gulf South Region. Raycom will broadcast the games on a network of Raycom Media owned or operated stations in Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and Florida.
In addition to WVUE FOX 8 in New Orleans, other Raycom Media stations in the Gulf South Region that will carry the games are KSLA in Shreveport, LA, KPLC in Lake Charles, LA, WAFB in Baton Rouge, LA, WLBT in Jackson, MS, WDAM in Hattiesburg, MS, WLOX in Biloxi, MS and WPGX in Panama City, FL. The Saints 2016 preseason games will also be available in syndication to additional markets within the Gulf South Region including; Lafayette, LA, Monroe, LA, Alexandria, LA, Meridian, MS, Columbus/Tupelo, MS and Mobile, AL.