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How to Watch: Shanahan and Lynch Introductory Press Conference

Feb 9, 2017 at 10:45 AM--


The San Francisco 49ers will hold a press conference to introduce head coach Kyle Shanahan and general manager John Lynch on Thursday, February 9 at 1 p.m. PT. Shanahan arrived in the Bay Area on Wednesday and, with Lynch, looks to begin the tasks of putting together a coaching staff and rebuilding the roster.

Introductory press conferences have become a regular event for the 49ers. This will be the team's third in as many years. The 49ers hope this will be the last for a while. Both Shanahan and Lynch signed six-year deals with the 49ers so the team is committed – at least financially – to the pair for a long time.

While Lynch has already spoken to Bay Area media via a conference call on the Monday following his hiring, as well as taking part in numerous radio interviews, Thursday's press conference will be Shanahan's first meeting with Bay Area media since being named the head coach on Monday and signing his contract on Wednesday.

Fans will also be able to watch the press conference via online streams. Below is a list of options for the Niner Faithful who wish to watch live.



NFL Network


NFL Network (Ch. 212 on DirecTV, Ch. 154 on Dish) plans to broadcast (at least part of) the press conference.

CSN Bay Area


CSN Bay Area (Ch. 696 on DirecTV, Ch. 419 on Dish, Ch. 720 on Comcast) plans to broadcast the press conference.

CSNBayArea.com will also stream the press conference live.

49ers Media


The 49ers will be broadcasting the press conference via their official team website. You can access the stream from the following URL.

www.49ers.com/live

Facebook


The 49ers will likely broadcast the press conference on their Facebook page using Facebook Live. You can access the 49ers Facebook page from the following URL.

www.facebook.com/SANFRANCISCO49ERS

49ers Mobile App


You can download the official 49ers mobile app from the App Store or from Google Play and watch the press conference live from your mobile device.



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