Both programs will originate from the Hyatt Reunion in Dallas on Monday, Dec. 30, in the Reunion Ballroom, according to Louisiana Network president & CEO, Bill Rigell.
Tiger Sportsline, the live radio show, will be from 6 to 7 p.m. Saban's television show, Inside LSU Sports, will be broadcast live from 7-8 p.m. Rigell, along with Kevin Wagner, Jim Hawthorne and John Schiebe of LSU's Electronic Media department, recently traveled to Dallas to finalize details.
"The Reunion Ballroom will hold approximately 3,000 people and the event is open to the public at no charge," Rigell said. "This will be a party type atmosphere and we invite all LSU fans to take part in both the radio show and TV show.
"We have done these shows for the past several years at various bowls and Jim, Kevin and John do an excellent job in putting on a first class production."
The Hyatt Reunion is the team headquarters at the Cotton Bowl for LSU.