The following is a list of the television networks and announcers that have broadcast the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game throughout the years.
|Year||Network||Play-by-play||Color commentator(s)||Sideline reporter(s)|
|2011||Game was canceled due to 2011 NFL lockout.|
|2010||NBC||Al Michaels||Cris Collinsworth||Andrea Kremer|
- Had the 2011 game been played, it would have aired on NBC and featured Al Michaels on play-by-play, Cris Collinsworth on color commentary, and Michelle Tafoya reporting from the sidelines.
- Adam Schefter of the NFL Network filled-in for Andrea Kremer as NBC's sideline reporter during the 2008 game because Kremer away in Beijing covering the Summer Olympics for NBC.
- In 2007 and 2008 the game was broadcast live in the United Kingdom and Republic of Ireland by Sky Sports. ESPN America (formerly North American Sports Network) broadcasts the game in the rest of Europe. It was not shown in 2009 because of a dispute between Sky Sports and the NFL over TV rights.
- Starting in 2006, it was moved to Sunday night, coinciding with the new NBC Sunday Night Football television package. The 2007 game was telecast on NFL Network as NBC was intending to televise the China Bowl game in Beijing, China (a game which was postponed to 2009 and later canceled).
- From 1998-2005, the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game was held on Monday night (and the 1998 game was on a Saturday night), televised as part of ABC's Monday Night Football package.
- Bill Flemming filled-in for Frank Gifford on play-by-play for the 1984 game because Gifford was busy covering the Summer Olympics in Los Angeles for ABC.
- Beginning in 1971, the Hall of Fame Game was televised as part of ABC's Wide World of Sports package on Saturday afternoons. This practice would continue until 1998.
|1968||CBS||Frank Glieber||George Connor|
|1966||No game was played.|
|1965||CBS||Van Patrick||Pat Summerall and Sonny Grandelius|
Westwood One owns national radio rights; it is the only exhibition game to air on a nationwide network. Each team's radio network is also allowed to broadcast the games (albeit usually with fewer affiliates since exhibition games are traditionally much lower priority to non-sports and non-flagship stations).
- Hall of Fame Game numbers game.
- NFL Exhibition Games on National TV (1965-72)
- NFL Exhibition Games on National TV (1973-81)
- NFL Exhibition Games on National TV (1982-90)
- NFL Exhibition Games on National TV (1991-1999)
- NFL Exhibition Games on National TV (2000-2008)
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