PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — SportsRadio 94WIP has reached a new agreement with Veteran Broadcaster and Pro Football Hall of Fame writer Ray Didinger, it was announced today by Marc Rayfield, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, CBS RADIO Philadelphia. Didinger has signed a multi-year deal which will expand his role on WIP and will include work on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT and KYW Newsradio.
The highly popular Ray Didinger and Glen Macnow show that has been heard on Saturday (10 am – 1 pm) will be expanded to include a Sunday edition heard on air and on line at http://www.cbsphilly.com or through the radio.com app on mobile devices. He will make more frequent appearances on WIP throughout the year. Didinger will also be heard with Chris Stigall on Fridays during the football season and he will be doing commentary on KYW Newsradio and on http://www.cbsphilly.com.
“I’m very happy to continue my relationship with WIP. I’m delighted that I will now be able to partner with my good friend Glen Macnow on Sundays as well as Saturday. With the level of interest in this Eagles season, we will have plenty to talk about,” added Didinger.
On Didinger’s expanded role, WIP FM/AM Operations Manager Andy Bloom commented, “Ray is one of the most respected and revered authorities in Philly sports. Our simple goal was to ensure Ray spent his entire radio career playing for one team, CBS Radio Philadelphia. We think with this agreement we’ve accomplished that goal.”
Home to Angelo Cataldi and the morning team, and the flagship station for the Philadelphia Eagles and broadcast partner of the Philadelphia Phillies, WIP is one of the first all-sports formatted stations in the nation and the leading station of its kind in Philadelphia. WIP is owned and operated by CBS RADIO, one of the largest major-market radio operators in the United States. A division of CBS Corporation, CBS RADIO owns and operates 126 radio stations, across 27 markets, including all of the Top 10. CBS RADIO also owns and operates CBS Sports Radio 610, KYW, WPHT and WOGL in Philadelphia. The station also is available online at http://www.cbsphilly.com and through the Radio.com app for a variety of mobile devices.
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