The AJC is dedicated to covering every angle of the Super Bowl. Between now and the big game, we'll provide exclusive behind-the-scenes access as the city prepares for its shining moment. Along the way, we'll share what impact the Super Bowl will have on everyday life -- and what it means for metro Atlanta's economy.
AJC: Don't miss our 48-page Super Bowl section, a bonus in Sunday's newspaper. It's your ultimate guide to the biggest game, and there's truly something for everyone -- whether you're visiting our city or call metro Atlanta home. We’ve put together everything you’ll need to know about events around town to help you enjoy the week. The daily AJC will offer expanded coverage in print and in our digital AJCePaper, including an 8-page daily section leading up to the game. Our journalists will have live updates on ajc.com. Find the AJCePaper online or The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in print at select metro Atlanta retail stores.
Channel 2 Action News has multiple cameras set up around town with an exclusive livestream camera from the heart of Skyview Atlanta, the downtown Ferris wheel. Their week-long coverage kicks off Sunday night with a Super Bowl special beginning at 7 p.m. Learn more on wsbtv.com.
News 95.5 and AM 750 WSB is covering every angle of the Super Bowl -- from the ground and in the air. All next week, they'll be broadcasting from "Radio Row" at the Georgia World Congress Center and will have expanded traffic updates from the WSB Skycopter. Learn more on wsbradio.com.
All week in the AJC
Traffic, security, concerts and the big events are all part of Super Bowl week in Atlanta. All week long the the Atlanta Journal-Constitution will stay on the story in the newspaper and at AJC.com. Our goal? Keep you informed about what’s really going on — from road closures to helpful tips on navigating the crowds and events.
When game day arrives, the AJC’s team of 18 journalists will provide in-depth coverage from our sports columnists, Mark Bradley and Michael Cunningham; football writer D. Orlando Ledbetter; and a group of dedicated reporters and photographers.
If you’re not a sports fan, rest assured we’re watching more than the game. You can count on us to track MARTA and the lines at Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. Hosting a major event also requires us to ask the tough questions of elected officials as Atlanta steps onto the national stage.
AJC Super Bowl coverage to get you started
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