Ben Davis has been named the newest member of the Phillies broadcasting team.
Pat Bertoletti upset Molly Schuyler to win Wing Bowl 23.
Rich discussed the TV land decision to pull The Cosby Show in the aftermath of rape allegations against Bill Cosby, he talked to Josh Innes from 94 WIP about Ryan Howard’s financial troubles and FOX News Contributor Andrew Napolitano about his opposition to President Obama’s executive action on immigration.
Howie Roseman and Vinny Curry react to the Eagles big win over the Giants.
The 94WIP Morning Show announced their Winners and Weasels for the week of June 6, 2014.
Cobb said for the party to connect with voters and win elections, they must prove they are invested in the success of people in their communities.
Jon Squibb has been through this before. He sees the odds. He knows there’s doubts. Even if he is a three-time Wing Bowl champion.
The standards were always set high for Garry Cobb. No shortcuts. No breaks. Not even during the summertime growing up as a kid.
CBS Local Media Stations Join Forces With American Red Cross For ‘Operation’ Brotherly Love: Helping Moore’ Phone Bank To Solicit Donations For Oklahoma Disaster Victims
The CBS Local Media stations in Philadelphia – CBS 3, The CW Philly, KYW Newsradio 1060, 98.1 WOGL, SportsRadio 94WIP, SportsRadio 610WIP, Talk Radio 1210 WPHT and CBSPhilly.com – are teaming up once again under the “Operation Brotherly Love” banner to use their combined voices for a good cause – to raise funds for the American Red Cross relief effort in the wake of the horrific and deadly tornado in Moore, Oklahoma.
Angelo Cataldi and the 94WIP Morning Show announced their Winners and Weasels for the week of April 12th, 2013.
Ray Didinger says the decision to keep Michael Vick is a bad one.
Eagles head coach Chip Kelly appears at WIP’s Wing Bowl 21.
Philadelphia’s Jon Squibb is ready to take on eaters from across the country in Wing Bowl 21.
Boomer Esiason thinks the Rangers should have beaten the Flyers.
Oregon reporter says that Chip Kelly has a ‘thin skin when criticized.’