With another Super Bowl title for the New York Giants, now comes the celebration! Several stations are planning to televise the ticker tape parade tomorrow up the Canyon of Heroes in Lower Manhattan.
WCBS/Channel 2 begins its live coverage at 11 a.m. with the celebrations at two venues –New York City and at the Giants’ home, MetLife Stadium.
WCBS will have cameras along and above the parade route and will feature reports by news anchors Maurice DuBois, Chris Wragge and Don Dahler, sports anchors Otis Livingston and Lisa Kerney, reporter Jennifer McLogan, and WFAN morning co-host Craig Carton.
Those unable to get to a television can watch the festivities streamed live on CBSNewYork.com.
WNBC/Channel 4 is providing live coverage as well, starting with Today in New York at 4:30 a.m. Darlene Rodriguez and Michael Gargiulo then join sports anchor Bruce Beck for live coverage at 11 a.m. Several reporters will be staked out along the parade route, including Andrew Siff and Katherine Creag.
Later in the day, WNBC offers access to the celebration at MetLife Stadium, where a team rally will be held outside. New Jersey reporters Brian Thompson and Pat Battle will be on hand with sports anchor Scott Stanford.
Channel 4 will be streaming live on nbcnewyork.com.
NY1 brings viewers the ticker tape parade with expanded reports starting at 5 a.m. Then NY1 starts its wall-to-wall coverage at 11 a.m. It is scheduled to air until 2:30 p.m.
NY1 Noticias will also run the Giants parade to City Hall at 11 a.m.
MSG Network will break away from regular programming for the parade along the Canyon of Heroes at 11 a.m. MSG will also cover the City Hall ceremony presided over Mayor Bloomberg.
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