The Police Athletic League tonight bestows its highest honor to three prominent Philadelphians — including CBS Radio Senior VP and Philadelphia market manager Marc Rayfield.
In the Philadelphia market, three stations are changing hands as part of a four-city deal.
This is not just a sad day for those of us who knew and loved Roy Shapiro; it’s an unfortunate day for those of you who never got the chance to.
Shapiro was part of the management team that created the all-news radio format, in 1965.
If character was measured in wins and losses, Charlie Manuel would be in that Hall of Fame too.
Rayfield joined basketball Hall of Fame basketball coach Larry Brown, Ellen Barkann, Bob Brooks, Fred Cohen, Josh Cohen, Ron Cohen and Bonnie Kay as inductees.
One of America’s most successful talk radio stations, Philadelphia- Talk Radio 1210am WPHT will soon be all live and local, the station announced today.
You will be able to hear the Phillies on FM this year.
Philadelphia Union has signed a deal with CBS RADIO’S SportsRadio 610 WIP, giving the Union their first ever radio partner, the club announced Thursday.
The rumors are true. Sportsradio 610 WIP is moving to the FM dial, the day after Labor Day.
Sportsradio WIP announced today that beginning on Tuesday, Sept. 6 (the day after Labor Day), the heritage Philadelphia radio station will also be heard on 94.1FM, expanding its reach, exposing the award-winning programming to a more wide-ranging audience and enhancing the overall listening experience. The CBS RADIO station, which will be known as SportsRadio 94 WIP, will launch a new line-up to coincide with its debut on the FM dial.