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Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Comment Section is on Fire

By Joe Nelson
   Early on in SanDiegoRadio's life, the only comments my stories ever got were spammy junk.

   But fortunately there has been a nice change. Over the last several months the comments section has come alive.
   The only real reason behind this story is to notify you, if I have done a story on you, or one that interests you, check it out. There could be some interesting commentary under there.

Have a great evening!
Joe


September SanDiegoRadio Spotlight Juliette Vara

By Joe Nelson
   
September SanDiegoRadio Spotlight 

   This story is a bit dated, but to me it's still important. The delay is a long, boring story, but hope you still enjoy this story as much as I did

   Juliette Vara, formerly of Fox 5 San Diego and 107.9 Mountain Country recently landed a pretty nice gig after rolling the dice and moving to Nashville.

   Juliette was named as the 'Show Host' for The Grand Ole Opry! She tells SanDiegoRadio "Well, it's official -- God pulled this one off - I'm part of the Opry Family. I'm the new Show Host for the iconic Grand Ole' Opry. I'll be in charge of entertaining & hosting 4,400 audience members during the nightly shows, warming up the crowd, popping on stage in between acts to engage the audience, host games, manage prize giveaways. I'll be standing right on the very same stage as country music legends do every night & I'll be the first person to introduce and welcome people from around the world to the Grand Ole' Opry. Passing folks in the halls like Carrie Underwood, Vince Gill, Belamy Brothers, Craig Morgan and Terri Clark...After 9 months of rejection & in actuality 6 years of tons of rejection in this industry -- It's ironic that the one place to give me a chance is Country Music's Most Famous Stage

— I was offered the part-time position June 9th - and started two weeks later. So far, so good! You can hear me do my spots if you listen live online or on the app during shows. If you're in Nashville, swing by the Opry for a backstage visit maybe :)"


Congratulations, Juliette!
-Joe

Latest Ratings

By Joe Nelson

San Diego (#17)
SUBSCRIBERFORMATJUL 15AUG 15SEP 15
XHRM-FMRhythmic AC5.65.35.4
KHTS-FMPop CHR4.95.55.2
KSON-FMCountry4.44.85.1
XHTZ-FMPop CHR4.34.24.6
KLQV-FMSpanish Adult Hits3.64.24.5
KIFM-FMAC5.84.74.4
KMYI-FMHot AC6.14.44.4
KPBS-FMNews Talk Info.4.54.64.2
KGB-FMClassic Rock3.74.04.1
KYXY-FMHot AC4.54.03.8
KIOZ-FMActive Rock3.63.83.7
KOGO-AMNews Talk Info.2.83.33.6
KLNV-FMMexican Regional2.73.83.4
XPRS-AMAll Sports3.23.33.2
XPRS-FMClassic Hits3.53.33.2
KEGY-FMPop CHR2.82.92.9
KSSX-FMRhythmic AC2.73.12.9
KFMB-FMHot AC2.62.32.8
KBZT-FMAlternative2.52.42.5
XTRA-FMAlternative2.22.42.1
XLTN-FMSpanish Contemp.1.92.11.9
KFMB-AMNews Talk Info.1.41.51.7
KPRI-FMAAA1.51.51.6
XOCL-FMSpanish Adult Hits1.00.81.0
KLSD-AMAll Sports0.80.80.9
XHFG-FMSpanish Contemp.0.70.70.9
XHTY-FMMexican Regional1.20.90.9
KSDS-FMJazz0.50.50.7
XGLX-FMSpanish Contemp.0.20.20.4
XEPE-AMAll Sports0.10.1*

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

RIP Rick Hill

By Joe Nelson
   Rick Hill, veteran of San Diego Radio, passed away Tuesday evening at 6:30.
Rick and Phillip Gaughen
   Rick was suffering with Pancreatic Cancer and was recently hospitalized from its complications.

   I have feelers out trying to obtain information as to where those can contribute to funeral costs and service details.

Condolences from SanDiegoRadio

-Joe

"El Gallo" Returns to San Diego

By Joe Nelson


Spanish Language Radio Legend Jose “El Gallo” Gadea returns to San Diego

PRESS RELEASE
Without a doubt Jose “El Gallo” Gadea is one of the most well known and popular radio personalities in the San Diego Hispanic community.  “El Gallo” gained his tremendous following with his successful morning show of more than 7 years called “El Gallo y la Bola” in which he stared and produced. “El Gallo” arrived in San Diego in 1998 and with his charisma and hard work was able to leave his mark in the Hispanic Community.  As a familiar household name “El Gallo”  will once again be heard in the San Diego airwaves starting Monday October 5th  on 99.7 La Invasora (XHTY). The “El Gallo” show will be San Diego’s ONLY live and local morning show broadcasting from San Diego. Live and Local each weekday morning from our Mission Valley studios. Monday-Friday 5a-10a

  

BIOGRAPHY
Jose “El Gallo” Gadea started his broadcasting career in1983 in Tijuana Baja California as an On-Air DJ for several radio station groups like Cadena Baja California, Fiesta Mexicana(XHKY) and Radio Latina(XLTN) among others.   Soon after in 1989 he immigrated to the United States and continued his passion behind a microphone in Los Angeles and Fresno California. In 1996 he moved to San Francisco and took over the morning show “El Sol de la Bahia” on KSZOL/Univision. 
After 2 years of great success he returned in 1998 to his border town home of San Diego and with continuous success and huge ratings of more than 7 years, El Gallo became the cities morning show favorite among the Hispanic Community on La Nueva 106.5(KLNV) with his morning show called “El Gallo y la Bola”. Not only did he maintain the #1 rated Hispanic morning show he also held the position of Program Director of both Univision stations La Nueva 106.5 and KLOVE 102.9(KLQV).
In 2007 El Gallo decides to further advance his broadcasting career and moved to Austin Texas were he landed a job as Program Director and On Air Personality on KLZT “La Z”/Emmis and was able to maintain the station as the #1 rated Hispanic station for 6 years. Now in 2015 “El Gallo” returns to San Diego on 99.7 La Invasora (XHTY) and will apply of his gained expertise and success to continue serving the San Diego Hispanic Community.
All Press Inquires Please Contact:......Tony Valencia (619) 497-0600 ext 306
ABOUT UNIRADIO SAN DIEGO:  We Uniradio San Diego operates as the largest San Diego’s largest Hispanic Radio Group with 5 stations 99.7FM La Invasora (XHTY), 107.3FM Pulsar (XHFG), 94.5 La Invasora (Tijuana), AM 860 La Poderosa (XEMO) and AM 1470 (XRCN). Uniradio also owns and operates Radio Stations throughout Mexico, Including Tijuana, Ensenada, Mexicali, Hermosillo, Cd, Obregon and Navojoa as well as a television station in Tijuana., Uniradio also includes 3 internet News Portals; keeping the Hispanic community update on everything important to their lives.

With top notch promotions that generate effective results for our listeners and clients.

Uniradio is a family owned and operated company with over 40 years of experience; dedicated to the Hispanic community. 

For more information go to www.uniradio.com


Monday, September 28, 2015

We Have a Radio Station Sale

By Joe Nelson
   SanDiegoRadio.org has just learned in the last few minutes that 102.1 KPRI has been sold.

   A source very much 'in the know' has informed us KPRI has been sold to EMF Broadcasting. Not much more than that is known at this time, but I will publish more as it becomes available.
  

   EMF Broadcasting is  "Educational Media Foundation, a not for profit organization based out of Rocklin, CA.

   Word has it that the building has been cleared out and a flip is on the way.


Thanks for tuning in to SanDiegoRadio.org
Joe



Friday, September 18, 2015

There is a Rumble on the FM Dial

By Joe Nelson
   Today SanDiegoRadio learned there could be a big change coming to a morning show in the very near future.
   The FM dial has already seen a lot of change, most notably with Jeff and Jer's announcement of Jer's retirement less than two weeks ago.
   It's my understanding that it's just a matter of crossing the T's and dotting the I's and it will be a done deal.
   For legal reasons I cannot divulge more than this, but I have been assured SanDiegoRadio will have the scoop!

Have a great weekend, my radio friends, and thanks for tuning in!

-Joe


Tuesday, September 15, 2015

91X Adds One More to its Homecoming Lineup

By Joe Nelson
ROCKET FROM THE CRYPT ADDED TO 91X HOMECOMING COURT.

SAN DIEGO, CA – Local radio station 91X announced today that ROCKET FROM THE CRYPT has been added to the “91X Homecoming” concert.

RFTC joins PINBACK, FINCH, PEPPER and COLD WAR KIDS performing live on Friday, October 2 at Oceanside Pier Amphitheater.  “I can’t think of a better way to celebrate Homecoming then with all this amazing local talent in one place,” said Halloran, 91X Program Director.  “Plus, we have one more band to announce, we are waiting for their kids to give the Dads, who are in the band, the OK.”

Tickets cost $30 plus service fees.  Full concert details and a link to purchase tickets is at www.91x.com.

91X (XTRA-FM) is owned and operated by Local Media San Diego, LLC, a privately held San Diego-based company.  LMSD also operates Z90 (XHTZ-FM) and Magic 92.5 (XHRM-FM).

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Helping a Friend - Entercom's Gary Lee

By Joe Nelson
   I always like to help my friends. Here is one of those times. Each year I run this for Entercom's Gary Lee.

   It's for a great cause and I love doing my part! Best wishes, Gary!

From Gary... "I was wondering if you could help me out. As you may have seen already on my FB page, my family and I will be walking in AIDS Walk San Diego, as we do every year. The walk is just about two weeks away, on the 26th. As always, we’ll be walking in my brother’s memory! We are very proud to once again be a part of this huge event. As with every year, the money raised will go to support critical services for those with AIDS and HIV in San Diego County. Last year we were able to raise over $2,000. We’d love to be able to raise at least that again this year. If you could help out with a donation to support us in our efforts to help others, that’d be greatly appreciated. Whatever you can do would be great...every little bit counts!"

Gary

The website: Aids Walk & Run

Thanks for tuning in!
Joe


Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Jerry Cesak to Announce His Retirement

By Joe Nelson

This morning be sure to tune your radios to KyXy 96.5 as an announcement will mark the end of an era.

From Chris Patyk, PD at CBS Radio San Diego:
 

"This morning Jerry Cesak, one half of the Jeff & Jer Showgram is announcing he is leaving morning radio at KyXy 96.5."


“The reason I’m leaving radio can be told in 2 simple words,” Cesak wrote in a post to listeners on Facebook, “It’s time.”

“Life, I think, comes in chapters, and in my life, the radio chapter is over.  I still love what I’ve done every morning in San Diego for 27 years. I still love the show and my family who does it with me. I’ll miss them terribly and I’ll certainly miss our marvelous audience. So part of me is sad for sure.”

The Showgram will continue after Cesak’s departure as Jeff Detrow, Jerry’s radio partner for over three decades, will carry on with producer Tommy Sablan, co-hosts Laura Cain and Emily Griffiths.

“After thirty-three years, Jerry's not just my radio partner, he's my brother,” Detrow said, “That won't change just because we don't work together. Our show will continue. We are ready for the next thirty-three years!"

Joe, The Jeff and Jer Showgram is a huge part of San Diegans' daily lives.  While we respect Jerry's decision to move on we will honor and celebrate him over the next month; we are also thrilled for what the future holds for Jeff and the rest of theShowgram.


Jerry’s final show is Wednesday, October 14.

To hear and read more, head over to www.kyxy.com.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

91X Homecoming Concert

By Joe Nelson
91X HOMECOMING CONCERT!

CELEBRATING AMERICA’S FINEST CITY, FEATURING BANDS WHO CALL 91X AND SAN DIEGO THEIR ALMA MATER.

SAN DIEGO, CA – Heritage local radio station 91X has announced the “91X Homecoming” concert, happening Friday, October 2, at Oceanside Pier Amphitheater.

Bands PEPPER and COLD WAR KIDS will perform live, with more to be announced.  All artists on the bill will have local ties.

“It’s amazing how many bands and their members start and stop here in San Diego,” said Halloran, 91X Program Director.  “PEPPER, originally from Kona, moved here over 10 years ago, and is now one of the biggest bands from this area.  COLD WAR KIDS drummer Joe Plummer has been involved in local projects for many, many years, includingBlack Heart Procession, plus his work with national acts like the Shins and Modest Mouse.  We are pleased to have his homecoming.  More bands with San Diego ties will be added, I can’t wait to share who they will be.”

91X listeners who subscribe to station concert text and e-mail alerts are able to buy pre-sale tickets at a reduced price now through Tuesday at 5:00 PM.  The public on-sale will follow immediately after.  Concert details can be found at www.91x.com.

91X (XTRA-FM) is owned and operated by Local Media San Diego, LLC, a privately held San Diego-based company.  LMSD also operates Z90 (XHTZ-FM) and Magic 92.5 (XHRM-FM).

Lineup Change at 1360

By Joe Nelson

   XTRA 1360 / Fox Sports San Diego announced a lineup change today. Described as "Giving San Diego the best live NFL coverage", the changes are as follows:

Monday, September 7, 2015

RIP Martin Milner

By Joe Nelson
RIP Marty Milner. Not only one of my favorite actors (Adam 12) but also a radio host.

Marty co-hosted "Let's Talk Hookup" on The Mighty 690 starting in 1993. Thank you for the memories, Officer Pete Malloy.

Milner passed away Sunday night at his home in Carlsbad at age 83. In addition to Adam 12, Milner was known for his roles in Route 66, Dragnet and multiple guest starring roles in many 80's TV shows.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

KGB Sky Show 40

By Joe Nelson

Today is KGB Sky Show 40!!!

   40 years of explosive pyrotechnic entertainment. Unquestionably the greatest fireworks display this side of the Mississippi!

   Tonight following the SDSU Aztecs/USD Toreros football game. Join KGB Radio in Sky Show Village and for the kickoff at 5, with Sky Show following the game!

Thursday, September 3, 2015

SanDiegoRadio Job Board

By Joe Nelson

Local Media San Diego, LLC has an immediate opening for a bus driver to drive/operate our 45 foot Freight Passenger Bus.  Driver will be responsible for driving the bus to locations throughout San Diego for fifteen (15)  to twenty-five (25) hours  per week.  Driver will interact with clients and public, so good attitude and positive attitude is a must.


Bus Driver requirements:
Class A license with airbrake and passenger endorsement
Experience driving buses
Must have flexible schedule
Good communication
Positive attitude
Understand basic mechanics of bus
Team player
Clean driving record, provide DMV driving history record
Pass drug screening
Compensation:
Hourly Rate , 15-25 hours per week.  Please send resume to adasilva@lmasandiego.com



PROMOTIONS COORDINATOR | LOCAL MEDIA SAN DIEGO
Z90 (90.3) XHTZ-FM

Job Description:
Specific duties include, but are not restricted to, the following:
·         Coordinate with department to oversee promotional calendar of appearances and giveaways, following up on details for activation, including confirmation, winner sheets, follow-up and delivery of prizes for winners.
·         Write on-air copy for promotional spots, on-air giveaways, website, event POP’s and others as needed.
·         Draft proposals for promoters and 3rd clients for promotional opportunities, including product giveaways, local concerts and events.  Confirm and activate within department.
·         Regular maintenance on station websites, including event listings, concerts, contests, and photo galleries and additional content as needed.
·         Organize event folders and software with updated information mirroring the promo calendar as it develops, communicating pertinent information to all relevant staff and departments.
·         Serve as station liaison for listeners and winners.  Enter and maintain documentation of winners and winner database.
  • Assist with general overall department duties to the Promotions Director, Promotions Manager and other station personnel.
  • Office duties may include: working with clients on pre-event preparations, listener correspondence, social network updating, filing, and other duties as needed.
  • Representing station on-site at events as needed.

Requirements:
  • Position requires a positive attitude, strong customer service and organizational skills.
  • Candidate must take initiative, be a creative thinker, attention to detail and ability to manage multiple projects at the same time.
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • High School Diploma or Equivalent Required.  Two-Years College Preferred.
  • Microsoft Word, Excel, Website and Internet experience.
  • Knowledge of San Diego and surrounding area is a plus.
  • Knowledge of broadcasting equipment is a plus.
  • Knowledge of PromoSuite software is a plus.
  • 18 years old or older.
  • Must have an excellent Driving Record.
·         Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, with knowledge of music formats and relevant artists.

To apply, send cover letter and resume to adasilva@lmasandiego.com – Please specify that you are applying for the position in the subject line.  No phone calls, please

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Peter Schwartz Returns to San Diego

By Joe Nelson
September 2, 2015

PETER SCHWARTZ RETURNS TO CBS RADIO AS SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, MARKET MANAGER AND DIRECTOR OF SALES, CBS RADIO SAN DIEGO



            Peter Schwartz was named Senior Vice President, Market Manager and Director of Sales, CBS RADIO San Diego, it was announced today by Scott Herman, COO, CBS RADIO.  The appointment is effective onMonday, Sept. 14.


            Schwartz previously worked for CBS RADIO San Diego as General Sales Manager and then later Market Manager, spending 10+ years with the cluster.  In this role, Schwartz will manage all operations and sales for KEGY-FM (Top 40) and KYXY-FM (Adult Contemporary).

            “It’s a great day for CBS RADIO when Peter Schwartz returns to the market where he had so much success for us in the past,” said Herman. “I’m extremely excited and happy for our employees in San Diego as they welcome back one of the smartest and most dynamic leaders I’ve had the opportunity to work with.  They’re in very good hands.”

            Schwartz returns to CBS RADIO from Pandora where he was Regional Sales Manager and Senior Account Executive for select automotive sales accounts. Prior to Pandora, Schwartz was Regional Manager for MOGL, a start-up in the rewards loyalty space in San Francisco, building their operation in the Bay Area. Before MOGL, Schwartz was Vice President, Sales for Cumulus Media San Francisco, responsible for all station sales, including Giants and 49ers broadcasts.

            Schwartz began his radio career in sales in Las Vegas at KMZQ, now known as KXNT-FM which is part of the CBS RADIO cluster of stations.

            Schwartz received his degree in broadcast and film from Boston University's College of Communications.  He was an active Board member of the San Diego Make-A-Wish chapter, and also worked with the organization in San Francisco most recently.

About CBS RADIO
CBS RADIO is one of the largest major-market broadcast media operators in the United States and the undisputed leader in news and sports radio. Producing original audio and video content, live events and exclusive programming broadcast via on-air, online and mobile platforms, CBS RADIO reaches more than 72 million consumers nationwide each week. As a part of CBS Corporation, the division owns 117 radio stations in 26 markets – including all of the top 10 as ranked by Nielsen Audio – as well as an extensive array of digital assets. CBS RADIO distributes its programming via AM, FM and HD Radio stations, Radio.com and CBS Local Digital Media apps, making engaging with audiences easier than ever before. For more information on CBS RADIO, please visit www.cbsradio.com.
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Tuesday, September 1, 2015

SanDiegoRadio adds the San Diego Chargers

By Joe Nelson
UPDATED- Thanks to reader Dennis on this!
I was just reading about your new press releases coming from the Chargers. I wanted to let you know that while it’s true that the Chargers will air live on Thursday on NFL Network, that’s not the case in the San Diego market. The game will be blacked out on NFLN and alternate programming will be broadcast by the network instead. However, the game will be carried locally on KFMB. This is usually the case on these pre-season games.




The original:  

I am very excited to share this news with SanDiegoRadio.org readers.
   SanDiegoRadio.org has been added to the San Diego Chargers Press Release list! One way or another, we are all tied into the bolts and as a native of this city I am proud to share their releases.

   A special thanks to Bill Johnston, Jennifer Rojas and Scott Yoffe for making this happen.

   My first release came to me today and is as follows...

PRESEASON CONCLUDES
WITH TWO NATIONAL TV GAMES AND FINAL ROSTER CUTS

All 32 teams in action on Thursday
Eagles at Jets and Chargers at 49ers will air live on NFL Network
Final roster cut-down to 53 players set for Saturday at 4 PM ET

It’s the final week of the preseason and young players around the league know this is their time to shine.

With final NFL roster cuts to 53 players looming this Saturday, this week’s games are a last chance for many players to make the roster. 

“The fourth preseason game gives players one more opportunity to prove they belong on the team,” says Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach LOVIE SMITH. “Show us what you have. This is a big week.”

For many of these players, they know this is their last opportunity to make the final 53. 

DATE
ROSTER CUT-DOWN
Tuesday, September 1
Roster cut-down to maximum of 75 players on Active List by 4 PM ET
Saturday, September 5
Roster cut-down to maximum of 53 players on Active/Inactive List by 4 PM ET

All 32 teams will be in action on Thursday as the preseason concludes. Two games will be featured on national TV on NFL Network: Philadelphia at the New York Jets (7:00 PM ET) and San Diego at San Francisco (10:00 PM ET).

A look at the full slate of games on Thursday, September 3:

GAME
TIME (ET)
Baltimore at Atlanta
7:00 PM
New Orleans at Green Bay
7:00 PM
Cincinnati at Indianapolis
7:00 PM
Tampa Bay at Miami
7:00 PM
Philadelphia at New York Jets
7:00 PM*
Buffalo at Detroit
7:30 PM
New York Giants at New England
7:30 PM
Carolina at Pittsburgh
7:30 PM
Jacksonville at Washington
7:30 PM
Cleveland at Chicago
8:00 PM
Houston at Dallas
8:00 PM
Kansas City at St. Louis
8:00 PM
Minnesota at Tennessee
8:00 PM
Arizona at Denver
9:00 PM
San Diego at San Francisco
10:00 PM*
Oakland at Seattle
10:00 PM
                                                       *Broadcast live on NFL Network     

Visit NFL.com/Tickets for tickets to NFL preseason games.
                       
Some of the highlight games in Week 4 of the NFL preseason:

SAN DIEGO CHARGERS at SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (Thursday, NFLN, 10:00 PM ET)                

Chargers linebacker MELVIN INGRAM has had a strong preseason and San Diego’s first-team defense had a productive outing against Seattle last week.

“We’re just trying to hold each other accountable,” says Ingram about the defense. “When we hold ourselves accountable, and hold each other accountable, it doesn’t get better than that. Everybody has to make sure they do their jobs.”

Chargers running back BRANDEN OLIVER has scored three touchdowns this preseason, including a 70-yard TD reception last week.

“Branden was just being Branden,” says San Diego head coach MIKE MC COY about Oliver, a former undrafted free agent who made a name for himself last preseason. “He’s just a football player that works extremely hard.”

After missing the 2014 season with an injury, 49ers linebacker NA VORRO BOWMAN is back and looks to be in Pro Bowl form. Last week, he played the entire first half and registered nine tackles and two sacks.

“He was just having a blast out there and it was the right thing,” says San Francisco head coach JIM TOMSULA about letting Bowman play the entire half. “He would have played all night if we had let him. He had a great look in his eye. It was great for him.”

For Bowman, he’s excited about what’s ahead.

“Just keep crossing these hurdles,” says Bowman. “Just keep taking the next step. I hold myself at a very high level. So until I please myself, I’ll keep working.”




TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS at MIAMI DOLPHINS (Thursday7:00 PM ET)                

Tampa Bay rookie quarterback JAMEIS WINSTON, who was selected No. 1 overall by the Buccaneers in the 2015 NFL Draft, has started each of the team’s first three preseason games and is gearing up for the regular-season opener on September 13 against Tennessee.

“My goal is to always get better every game,” says Winston. “I’m never satisfied. There’s always a way to get better.”

Buccaneers running back DOUG MARTIN has averaged nearly six yards per carry this preseason as he has rushed for 118 yards on 20 attempts (5.9), including a touchdown.

“Doug overall just looks great,” says Tampa Bay defensive tackle GERALD MC COY. “He’s showing it in the preseason and I think he is going to have a huge year.”

Miami quarterback RYAN TANNEHILL has had a magnificent preseason, completing 33 of 41 passes (80.5 percent) for 303 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions for a 121.8 passer rating in three games.

“It’s a good start,” says Tannehill about his preseason performance. “Guys are getting open and making plays down the field. I feel like we’re trending in the right direction and we have to build on what we’ve done in this preseason.”

Miami’s defense has recorded nine sacks this preseason, including six last week against Atlanta.

“I think we’re ready to go,” says Dolphins linebacker KOA MISI. “I think we’ll be good this year.”


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WINNING IS A HABITThirty-eight of the 49 Super Bowl champions (77.6 percent) finished the preseason with a winning percentage of at least .500.

Since 2000, the 15 Super Bowl champions have combined for a 38-22 (.633) preseason record during their championship seasons.

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