It was surprising for Phillies fans to hear the news today; Wheels and Sarge will no longer be part of the television broadcast.
The Coast Guard and a good Samaritan rescued two brothers on Monday after their 31-foot boat capsized about eight miles east of Barnegat Light.
94WIP’s Angelo Cataldi says the Sixers lack of communication with fans makes them a disgrace.
What would you do if your child started choking at dinner and couldn’t breathe? It happened to a popular Philadelphia radio personality, who shared the scary ordeal with Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl.
Listen to the Sixers, Flyers and Phillies, Tuesday night on CBS radio stations.
Larry Andersen says current MLB umpires are arrogant.
November 11th, 1921, barely a year after commercial broadcasting began at KDKA in Pittsburgh, another station debuted.
The federal government wants to know if radio and TV stations are ready in case of a national emergency. They’ll find out today at 2 o’clock.
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.
Sean Ross, the executive editor of Radio-Info.com says the lack of uniform censorship on the radio has to do with what people are listening to, “I think for the first time in a long time moms and daughters like the same records.”
Chris analyzes the media’s coverage previewing tonight’s press conference from President Obama and he talks Phillies with former Closer and current MLB Network Analyst Mitch Williams.
Father Joseph DiGregorio is determined to clear his name, and he is taking to the airwaves to do it.