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WIP Promotes Marks to Afternoons, Giglio to Evenings

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SportsRadio 94WIP has announced that Jon Marks will begin co-hosting afternoons 2p-6p ET alongside Ike Reese starting Thursday, November 16th. Marks replaces Chris Carlin who is leaving for New York to host afternoons on WFAN with Bart Scott and Maggie Gray.

Marks has been hosting evenings (6p-10p ET) on WIP since February 2017. Prior to joining the radio station he enjoyed a lengthy run with crosstown rival 97.5 The Fanatic.

With Marks moving up in the lineup to host afternoons, his former timeslot gets turned over to Joe Giglio. In addition to hosting evenings, Giglio will also anchor weekday Phillies pre-game and post-game coverage. Since joining WIP, Giglio has hosted every daypart, being heard most at night and on the weekends.

“I’m really excited to be part of the station I grew up listening to,” said Marks. “I’m thrilled to be able to work alongside Ike Reese, a guy I admired on the football field and have such respect for as a radio host. What a great time to get started as the Eagles and Carson Wentz have their eyes on the Super Bowl.”

“We’re lucky to have Jon Marks here and moving into afternoons on WIP. He’s honed his craft and worked for this for a long time, and we’re excited to have him team with Ike and take us into the future. He’s the real deal,” said Spike Eskin, SportsRadio 94WIP Program Director. “Having Joe Giglio in evenings gives us a guy who is smart, informed, funny and has a fantastic work ethic. I’m glad we can finally give Joe the chance he deserves to shine on a nightly basis.”

Giglio added, “It’s an incredible time to be around rising teams and great stories in Philadelphia sports, and I couldn’t be more excited to talk to the most passionate fans in the country on a nightly basis. In my four years at WIP, I’ve worked every shift and with every show. I’m now thrilled at the opportunity to be a full-time member of the station, and want to thank Spike and David Yadgaroff for this opportunity.”

Beginning November 16, the weekday line-up on SportsRadio 94WIP will be as follows:

5:30-10:00 AM:                 Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team

10:00-2:00 PM:                 Joe DeCamara and Jon Ritchie

2:00-6:00 PM:                   Jon Marks and Ike Reese

6:00-10:00 PM:                 Joe Giglio

10:00 PM- 2:00 AM:         Various hosts

2:00-5:30 AM:                   Big Daddy Graham

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Field of 68 After Dark Debuts On SiriusXM Next Week

“Listeners will hear a lineup of rotating voices that includes well-known media members, former standout players, and established college basketball coaches.”

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SiriusXM’s ESPNU Radio is getting a new show on Monday. The channel will carry Field of 68 After Dark. The one-hour show is currently broadcast nightly at 11pm on the Field of 68 Media Network’s social channels and YouTube page.

Listeners will hear a lineup of rotating voices that includes well-known media members, former standout players, and established college basketball coaches. Rob Dauster and Jeff Goodman will make regular appearances. A press release says Seth Davis and Doug Gottlieb will be part of the show at times as well.

“There’s a major void right now in this space with regard to college basketball,” Dauster said. “This will give diehard college basketball fans somewhere to go each night from the start of the season through the national title game to not only be informed, but also entertained.”

Field of 68 is a podcast and digital media network focused on college basketball. The network partnered with BetRivers last year to expand into the college football space as well.

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BetQL Audio Network Adds 3 Weekend Shows

“As football season turns the corner for the home stretch, we’re pleased to introduce three dynamic Sunday shows to help bettors get ready for all the action across the sports world.”

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Audacy, Inc. continues to expand its sports betting programming portfolio with its announcement of three new Sunday shows on the BetQL Audio Network. The shows will debut this Sunday, January 16 in a move made in accordance with the end of the National Football League season, further cementing a commitment to provide football fans, and sports fans as a whole, coverage aligning with their interests.

The first show, BetQL 5 Star Weekend, will be co-hosted by CBS Sports Radio’s Damon Amdendolara and 93.7 The Fan’s Chris Mack, with 105.7 The Fan host Jeremy Conn joining the program as a guest host until February 20. The duo will use the BetQL star rating system to determine the best bets to make every Sunday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. E.S.T.

From 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday’s Bets with The Team 980 host Travis Thomas, along with BetQL Audio Network hosts Quinton Mayo and Michael Jenkins will be on the air. They will continue to preview and subsequently recap the action from a betting perspective throughout the day.

To close out the Sunday coverage, BetNation with Shaun Morash of CBS Sports Radio and Kevan Kenney of Audacy will wrap up the day and “take the pulse of the nation from a sports betting perspective.” Their program will air from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Sundays. Following the conclusion of this program, Back to the Futures will continue in its 8 to 9 p.m. timeslot, with BetQL writer Lucy Burdge joining co-host Brandon Sprague.

“As football season turns the corner for the home stretch, we’re pleased to introduce three dynamic Sunday shows to help bettors get ready for all the action across the sports world,” said Audacy Vice President of Sports Matt Volk in a statement. “These three programs will continue to put fans in position to win on Sundays, no matter the season.”

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Dan Patrick: I Was Still Looking For ESPN’s Approval After I Left

“Along with working at ESPN, both men related working at the network with the relationships they had with their fathers.”

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Dan Le Batard appeared on the Dan Patrick Show yesterday for an interview.  Le Batard and Patrick discussed each of their own experiences with ESPN.  Along with working at ESPN, both men related working at the network with the relationships they had with their fathers. 

Patrick claimed that ESPN became a sort of “father figure” to him as his father passed away when he was only 25 years old.  He continued to talk about how he wanted to make the network where he worked proud in the same way he wanted to make his father proud of him. 

“I kept looking for approval from ESPN and even when I left ESPN, I’m looking for approval as if to say, ‘man we never should’ve let you go’ so it was kind of weird.”

Le Batard explained how his father’s emotional limits made it hard for him to know whether Papí was proud of him, so he would look for that approval from the companies he worked for.  He also discussed the literal “freedom” his father gave him by moving his family from Cuba to the United States.  Le Batard’s father is fairly recognizable because he is actually a part of the show.

“To be able to share that with him and be grateful for it, I didn’t think I would ever repay the debt.  But I’m happy that I was able to show him the love that would feel like I’m trying to repay the debt because yes, I wanted that to be something that was proudly ours.  Mine and his.  It was supposed to be my tv show but I tell everyone ‘and then that ass stole it from me’.” 

It was a unique conversation for sports radio and a rare look into the emotional side of this business. Both men had very unique experiences with ESPN. It was interesting to hear their reflections on how that affected them both during their employment and after they each left.

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