Get ready for the Super Bowl!
Listen below to GLA’s new Public Service Announcement (PSA) which will air for 30 seconds during the super bowl coverage this Sunday on Westwood One/SiriusXM!
If you are looking to hear the PSA live, game-day coverage will begin at 2:00 PM ET. The Super Bowl game broadcast will begin at 5:00 PM ET, hosted by Jim Gray, with kick-off expected at approximately 6:30 PM ET.
Millions of listeners around the globe will tune in to Westwood One’s Super Bowl LV coverage across more than 600 radio stations nationwide! Fans can also hear the broadcast on SiriusXM and through NFL Game Pass, which is available on NFL.com and the NFL App. You can also follow Westwood One Sports on Twitter, @westwood1sports. Click here to find a station near you.
The broadcast can also be heard worldwide via the American Forces Radio Network, which provides programming to America’s military. The network serves over one million men and women in uniform, Department of Defense personnel, American Embassies and Consulates in over 175 countries and territories, as well as on more than 200 U.S. Navy, U.S. Coast Guard, and Military Sealift Command ships at sea!
This Global Lyme Alliance (GLA) PSA kicks off our 2021 radio campaign which is aimed at raising awareness for GLA and our mission to serve the Lyme Community! In addition to the Super Bowl spot, GLA will also debut several radio public service announcements (PSA’s) during the Yankees/Mets broadcasts throughout the season.
Yankees and Mets Opening Day is April 1.
Stay tuned to the Yankee/Mets Radio Network Affiliate Stations or stream the games on WFAN.com, RADIO.com, and any devices or smart speakers that play WFAN and listen for GLA.
In addition to the radio piece, we’ll have a full digital element to the overall campaign that will deliver 3.7 million impressions via streaming audio and companion ad banners online.
GLA is very excited to bring more awareness about the dangers of Lyme disease to millions through this campaign & can’t wait to see the impact that it has as we continue to advance our mission to conquer Lyme & other tick-borne diseases.