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As of 2006, the Steelers' flagship radio stations were WDVE 102.5 FM and WBGG 970 AM. Both stations are owned by Clear Channel Communications. Games are also available on 51 radio stations in Pennsylvania, Western Maryland, Ohio, and Northern West Virginia.[1] The announcers are Bill Hillgrove and Tunch Ilkin. Craig Wolfley is the sideline reporter. Myron Cope, the longtime color analyst and inventor of the "Terrible Towel," retired after the 2004 season, and died in 2008. Pre-season games not shown on one of the national broadcasters are seen on KDKA, channel 2; WPCW, channel 19; and FSN Pittsburgh. Coach Mike Tomlin's weekly press conference is shown live on FSN Pittsburgh. National NFL Network broadcasts are shown locally on either KDKA-TV or WPCW, while national ESPN broadcasts are shown locally on WTAE, channel 4. References ^ Official site of the Pittsburgh Steelers - Broadcasts v · d · ePittsburgh Steelers Formerly the Pittsburgh Pirates · Founded in 1933 · Based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania The franchise Franchise · History · All-Time Team · Seasons · Logos and uniforms · Coaches · Players · Quarterbacks · First-round draft picks · Statistics Stadiums Home fields - Forbes Field · Pitt Stadium · Three Rivers Stadium · Heinz Field Training facilities - Rooney Field · Point Stadium · UPMC Sportsplex · Chuck Noll Field Culture and lore Football in Western PA · Rooney family · Myron Cope · Steeler Nation · Terrible Towel · Immaculate Reception · Steel Curtain · Blitzburgh · 1974 Draft · The Comeback II · Immaculate Redemption · The Chief · Renegade · Here We Go · Black and Yellow · Black Sunday · Heaven Can Wait · Smokey and the Bandit II · The Longest Yard · ...All the Marbles · Evening Shade · Fighting Back  · The Steagles · Card-Pitt · Pennsylvania Keystoners · Steelerettes · Y. A. Tittle Photo Rivalries Cleveland Browns · Cincinnati Bengals · Baltimore Ravens · Dallas Cowboys Media KDKA-TV · WPCW-TV · Root Sports Pittsburgh (Edmund Nelson · Bob Pompeani) · Radio Network (WDVE-FM · WBGG-AM · Bill Hillgrove · Tunch Ilkin · Craig Wolfley) Head coaches Douds · DiMeolo · Bach · McNally · Kiesling · Bell · Donelli · Kiesling · Leonard · Sutherland · Michelosen · Bach · Kiesling · Parker · Nixon · Austin · Noll · Cowher · Tomlin Division championships (20) 1972, 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1984, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010 Super Bowl appearances (8) IX · X · XIII · XIV · XXX · XL · XLIII · XLV League championships (6) 1974 · 1975 · 1978 · 1979 · 2005 · 2008 Retired numbers 70 Hall of Fame members Players - Blount · Bradshaw · Dudley · Greene · Ham · Harris · Johnson · Lambert · Layne · Stallworth · Stautner · Swann · Webster · Woodson Coaches and administration - Bell · Kiesling · LeBeau · Noll · Art Rooney · Dan Rooney Current league affiliations League: National Football League · Conference: American Football Conference · Division: North Division