Skipper's Personality Helps Him Guide ESPN Tennis Channel Grows Distribution Tony Kornheiser Discusses New Podcast ESPN's Holly Rowe Returning To CFB Sidelines Social Studies: Oregon State's Kat Lucchesi ND-UT Put College Football On Sunday Night ABC ESPN's McEnroe Halts Working With Raonic Colts Announcers Make Several Missteps Media Notes Warriors Switch Flagship Station To KGMZ
COME HEAR RANDALL, RICKY AND THE BIRDS ON WYSP THROUGH '99
Published August 10, 1995
The Eagles yesterday announced an four-year extension with Infinity Broadcasting-owned WYSP-FM to remain the team's flagship station. Infinity will reportedly pay the Eagles $18M over four- years under the agreement. WYSP will retain the rights to the "Ray Rhodes Show," and continue to carry pre- and post-game coverage (Kevin Mulligan, PHILADELPHIA DAILY NEWS, 8/10).