Norm Hall/Getty Images The Raiders have a broadcast partner in Las Vegas for their preseason games, but still have to determine one in the Bay Area.
The Raiders announced Thursday that KVVU FOX5 will be their television partner in Las Vegas for preseason broadcasts for the next three years.
According to a team spokesman, the deal has no impact on the broadcast of preseason games in the Bay Area, although the specific broadcast partner locally has yet to be determined.
The preseason games are produced by the Raiders’ in-house Silver and Black Productions and will continue to feature Beth Mowins as the play-by-play announcer, along with analyst Matt Millen and sideline reporters Nicole Zaloumis and JT the Brick.
KTVU has most recently served as the Raiders’ local broadcast partner for the preseason games that are not nationally televised. While the Raiders have five nationally televised regular season games this year, none of their four preseason games were selected and so they will all be local airings.
The Raiders also announced they’ve signed a two year deal with Beasley Media Group to be the Las Vegas radio partner. All preseason and regular season games will air on 102.8 The Coyote and KDWN-720 AM. That doesn’t impact the Raiders local radio deal with 95.7 The Game and Greg Papa remains the play-by-play voice along with Tom Flores as analyst and Lincoln Kennedy on the sidelines.