Marc Farzetta joined the WIP Team in the summer of 2005 after graduating from Temple University with a degree in broadcasting and minor in journalism. He started at the station as a producer and on-air morning show contributor.
Marc has worked his way up the ladder at WIP from on-air contributor to producer to update anchor to host. He is the youngest host in SportsRadio WIP’s history, hosting his first solo shift at the age of 25.
Outside of his work locally with WIP, Marc has also worked on the national scale with NBC Sports since 2004. He is the IP Director for Sunday Night Football where he has covered Super Bowls 43 and 46. He has also worked with NBC covering three Winter Classics (Boston, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia) and two tours on the Triple Crown.
Marc has also appeared on the NBC Sports Network’s “Sports Talk” to discuss the Philadelphia sports scene.
You can hear Marc on WIP as the weeknight update anchor and hosting periodically throughout the week.
Marc currently lives in Philadelphia and is originally from Ambler, Pennsylvania and grew up in Doylestown.
He is a proud graduate of Archbishop Wood High School in Warminster.
Connect with Marc Farzetta on Twitter: @MarcFarzetta
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