The Colts' flagship station from 1984-1998 and again starting in the 2007 season is WIBC 1070AM (renamed WFNI as of December 26, 2007); under the new contract, games are simulcast on WLHK 97.1 FM. From 1998 through 2006, the Colts' flagship station was WFBQ 94.7FM (with additional programming on WNDE 1260AM). Bob Lamey is the team's play-by-play announcer, holding that title from 1984 to 1991 and again since 1995. Former Colts quarterback Jim Sorgi serves as color commentator. Mike Jansen serves as the public address announcer at all Colts home games. Mike has been the public address announcer since the 1998 season.
Preseason games not shown on national television are seen locally on WTTV-4, "Indiana's 4." Indiana Hoosiers announcer Don Fischer provides play-by-play. Regular-season Monday Night and NFL Network games are simulcast on WTTV-4 and WTHR-13, respectively.
|Years||Flagship station||Play-by-play||Color commentator|
|1984||WIBC||Bob Lamey||Don Hein|
|1985||WIBC||Bob Lamey||Matt Bouzer|
|1986–1987||WIBC||Bob Lamey||Ed Harding|
|1988–1989||WIBC||Bob Lamey||Jerry Baker|
|1990–1991||WIBC||Bob Lamey||Mike Inglis|
|1992–1994||WFBQ/WNDE||Joe McConnell||Barry Krauss|
|1995–1997||WIBC||Bob Lamey||Mark Herrmann|
|1998||WFBQ||Bob Lamey||Mark Herrmann and Dave Calabro|
|1999–2004||WFBQ/WNDE||Bob Lamey||Mark Herrmann and Ted Marchibroda|
|2005–2006||WFBQ/WNDE||Bob Lamey||Ted Marchibroda|
|2007–2012||WFNI||Bob Lamey||Will Wolford|
|2013–present||WFNI||Bob Lamey||Jim Sorgi|
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