List of Indianapolis 500 Broadcasters

List Of Indianapolis 500 Broadcasters

The Indianapolis 500 has been broadcast by ABC since 1965. It is currently one of the longest-running relationships between a sporting event and television network. In 2012, the race aired on ABC for the 48th consecutive year.

From 1965-1970, ABC televised a combination of filmed or taped recorded highlights of the race the following Saturday on Wide World of Sports. The broadcasts were anchored by Jim McKay. From 1971 to 1985, the Indianapolis 500 was shown on a same-day tape delay basis. Races were edited to a two or three hour broadcast, and shown in prime time. Starting in 1986, the race has been shown live in "flag-to-flag" coverage. Since 2007, the race has been aired in high definition.

The current television voice of the Indy 500 is Marty Reid. On August 10, 2011, ABC extended their exclusive contract to carry the Indianapolis 500 through 2018.

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