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ESPN announces ‘MegaCast’ presentation for Ravens vs. Titans

It won’t be hard to find coverage of the Ravens’ playoff game Sunday.

ESPN announced Monday that it will deliver the Ravens’ wild-card-round game against the Tennessee Titans as a “MegaCast” presentation, with six Disney-owned properties focusing on the matchup.

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On ESPN and ABC, the “Monday Night Football” team of Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick and Lisa Salters, along with officiating expert John Parry, will call the game from Nissan Stadium, which kicks off at 1:05 p.m. The telecast will feature 4K robotic cameras near the goal line and more super-slow-motion ability, according to a news release.

On ESPN2, analysts Tedy Bruschi, Matt Hasselbeck, Rex Ryan, Booger McFarland and Keyshawn Johnson will analyze game film and strategy in real time in a “Film Room” telecast.

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On ESPN+, an over-the-top video-streaming subscription service, analysts from “NFL Live” and “Daily Wager” will analyze the game and betting odds. Mina Kimes, Marcus Spears and Doug Kezirian are among those who will appear on the “Between the Lines” presentation.

On ESPN Deportes, a premium channel, Pablo Viruega and Eduardo Varela will have the call for the Spanish-language telecast, with John Sutcliffe reporting.

On Freeform, Jesse Palmer and Maria Taylor will touch on the game as they interact with guests, including some with ties to Baltimore and Nashville. DJ Khaled will perform at halftime on the network.

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