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.
Marc got his start on the WIP Tailgate team, then worked his way up the ladder from on-air contributor, to producer, to update anchor, and then to host. He now works as a regular member of “Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team.”
Outside of his work locally with WIP, Marc has worked behind the scenes in Sports Television since 2004. He has been a member of the Sunday Night Football crew since 2007, where he’s received Emmy Recognition for his part in the broadcast winning “Outstanding Live Series.” As part of the SNF crew, Marc has covered three Super Bowls (43, 46, 49). He has also worked on the Production Crew for three Winter Classics (Boston, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia) and three tours on the Triple Crown.
Marc has also made television appearances locally on CBS3 SportsZone, Good Day Philadelphia, and nationally on ProFootball Talk.
Marc is a local guy originally from Ambler and raised in Doylestown. He is a proud graduate of Archbishop Wood High School in Warminster and currently resides in Philadelphia.
Connect with Marc Farzetta on Twitter: @MarcFarzetta
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