The following is a list of the television networks and announcers that broadcast the National Football League Championship Game from the 1940s until the 1969 NFL season (after which the NFL merged with the American Football League). The National Football League first held a championship game in 1933, it took until 1948 before a championship game would be televised. The successor to the NFL Championship Game is the NFC Championship Game.
|1964||Baltimore at Cleveland||CBS||Jack Drees||Jim Morse|
|1965||Cleveland at Green Bay||CBS||Jack Drees||Jim Morse|
|1966||Green Bay at Dallas||CBS||Jack Drees||Jim Morse|
|1967||Dallas at Green Bay||CBS||Jack Drees||Jim Morse|
- "NBC purchases rights to 1955 NFL Championship Game". NBC Sports History Page.
- "CBS TV audio from 1965 NFL Championship game". Classic TV Sports. 23 January 2014. Retrieved 29 January 2014.