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For all locally-produced game broadcasts that air on Texas 21, FC Dallas will produce a 30-minute televised pregame show, FC Dallas Live, leading up to the match and postgame coverage that will stream exclusively online. These broadcasts will air before and after every home match at Toyota Stadium and around select road matches in 2019.

  • AT&T UVerse: 21 (SD) / 1021 (HD)
  • Dish: 21 (HD)
  • DirecTV: 21 (HD)
  • Frontier: 21 (SD) / 521 (HD)
  • Spectrum: 12 (HD)
  • AT&T UVerse: 651 (SD) / 1651 (HD)
  • Dish: 150 (HD)
  • DirecTV: 219 (HD)
  • Frontier: 83 (SD) / 583 (HD)
  • Spectrum: 56 (HD)
  • AT&T UVerse: 20 (SD) / 1020 (HD)
  • Dish: 272 (HD)
  • DirecTV: 49 (HD)
  • Frontier: 20 (SD) / 520 (HD)
  • Spectrum: 20 (HD)
  • AT&T UVerse: 10 (SD) / 1010 (HD)
  • Dish: 270 (HD)
  • DirecTV: 23 (HD)
  • Frontier: 23 (SD) / 523 (HD)
  • Spectrum: 23 (HD)


TV Broadcast Team

Mark Followill (@MFollowill)

2019 will be Mark Followill’s 8th season calling FC Dallas local television broadcasts. The Dallas native is in his 19th season as part of the Dallas Mavericks radio and television broadcasts, 13th as the TV voice for the team on Fox Sports Southwest. He has also broadcast domestic league and international soccer matches for Fox Sports, including national MLS telecasts, the 2018 World Cup, Copa America Centenario, Gold Cup, Europa League, Bundesliga and various youth World Cups. He also called men's and women's soccer matches for NBC's coverage of the 2016 Summer Olympics. 

Followill also provides play-by-play for Big 12, Big 10 and Conference USA football games for Fox Sports. He has been a contributor to SportsRadio 1310 Ticket since the station's beginning in 1994. Followill lives in Dallas and attended the University of North Texas. 

Steve Davis (@SteveDavis90)

2019 marks Davis’ sixth year on FC Dallas' broadcast team. He has covered Major League Soccer since the league's first kick in 1996 for The Dallas Morning News, ESPN.com, SI.com and NBC's ProSoccerTalk. Davis currently covers national and international soccer for FourFourTwo.

Davis also hosts ESPN Soccer Today on Dallas’ 103.3 ESPN Radio. The shows airs Sunday mornings at 9CT.

Davis has also covered six World Cups on four continents. He has played soccer since his childhood at youth and amateur levels. He also coaches youth and amateur soccer in his spare time. Davis believes in teaching soccer in ways that kids will love and play the game when they are 50 years old!

Carter Baum (@CarterBaum)

Carter Baum is entering his fifth season with FC Dallas. He will serve as the radio play-by-play voice during nationally televised games, as well as co-hosting FC Dallas Live leading up to locally televised home matches and the Toyota Postgame Show. He will also provide in-game updates from the sideline for select matches throughout the season.As the club's Sr. Communications Manager, Baum covers the team on a daily basis for FCDallas.com and also oversees the club's digital properties. 

Prior to joining the FCD in 2015, Baum previously worked in Oklahoma City for USL Championship-side OKC Energy FC and former AHL team, the OKC Barons. He's a graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a B.A. in Journalism. 

Gina Miller @TheGinaMiller

Gina Miller is in her fifth full season hosting and producing programming for FC Dallas. She served as the host of FC Dallas Extra Time for two seasons before joining the club as the team’s Vice President of Media and Communications in 2016. She hosts pre- and postgame shows for FC Dallas game broadcasts.

Miller is an award-winning sportscaster who worked at KCBS/KCAL in Los Angeles, at CBS11/TXA21 and WFAA-TV in DFW, WBIR-TV in Knoxville and KUAM-TV in Guam. She also worked for the Dallas Cowboys as a member of the team’s award-winning television department from 1999-2002.

While at CBS 11/TXA 21, the Dallas native hosted the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars and Texas Rangers pre-and postgame shows. She started her sports media career as a media services intern for the Houston Rockets, where she won an NBA championship ring during the 1994-95 season.