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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).