The flagship station of your New Orleans Saints (WWL AM870 and FM105.3) reminds you: Turn DOWN your TV and turn UP Saints Radio! Here’s how you can best sync up to the Saints games, no matter which network is broadcasting the game...
- If you are watching the game on regular (standard definition) cable, you should tune to 870 WWL-AM.
- If you are watching the game using an antenna (over the air broadcast,) you should tune to 870 WWL-AM.
- If you are watching the game on an HD channel on cable, you should listen to the game on 105.3 WWL-FM.
- Satellite TV viewers, or anyone needing additional delay, should tune to WWL-HD1 on 105.3. (You will need an HD radio receiver to get WWL-HD1.)
Feel free to experiment with the 3 radio reception options listed above to obtain your best sound to picture synchronization.
You'll find minimum delay on WWL-AM, medium delay on WWL-FM and and more delay on WWL-HD1.
We are now also streaming the games on WWL.com. Compared to our AM/FM/HD broadcasts, WWL.com has the longest delay. If you're listening to our stream online, you may need to use your Tivo/DVR to delay your picture to match the sound streaming on WWL.com. Learn more about our Saints streaming service here.
The NFL prohibits us from streaming Saints games to mobile devices like smartphones and tablets. Get to a desktop or laptop computer instead!
NOTE: For home games, if you are in the Superdome... Bring a radio!! We have a separate transmitter inside the 'Dome, and our broadast of Jim & Hokie is delay-free, completely live, inside the dome on 105.3FM!
WHO DAT! :)