Philadelphia Phillies Radio Network

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Harry Kalas called Phillies games on the radio and television broadcasts from 1971 until his death in 2009.

The Philadelphia Phillies Radio Network is a network of 21 radio stations in Pennsylvania, Delaware, and New Jersey that air Major League Baseball games of the Philadelphia Phillies.1 The lead announcers are Scott Franzke with play-by-play and Larry Andersen with color commentary.2 The flagship station are WPHT AM 1210 and WIP-FM 94.1 in Philadelphia.

WEMG in Philadelphia also airs a separate broadcast in Spanish. Danny Martinez is the play by play announcer, while Bill Kulik provides color commentary.3

Affiliates

Key

Italics Flagship station
§ Spanish language broadcast
° Limited schedule
Call sign Indicates the North American call sign system
Band & Frequency Indicates the station's broadcast band (A.M. or F.M.) and licensed frequency

Stations

Call sign City/state Band & Frequency
WPHT Philadelphia, Pennsylvania AM 1210/FM 98.1 HD-3
WTTM§° Lindenwold, New Jersey AM 1680
WIP-FM Philadelphia, Pennsylvania FM 94.1
WOGL Phillies 24/7§ Philadelphia, Pennsylvania FM 98.1 HD-4
WSAN Allentown, Pennsylvania AM 1470
WMID Atlantic City, New Jersey AM 1340
WHLM Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania AM 930
WGET Gettysburg, Pennsylvania AM 1320
WHGB Harrisburg, Pennsylvania AM 1400
WLPA Lancaster, Pennsylvania AM 1490
WNPV° Lansdale, Pennsylvania AM 1440
WLBR Lebanon, Pennsylvania AM 1270
WBCB° Levittown, Pennsylvania AM 1490
WPPA Pottsville, Pennsylvania AM 1360
WEEU Reading, Pennsylvania AM 830
WEJL Scranton, Pennsylvania AM 630
WCMC Wildwood, New Jersey AM 1230
WZXL Wildwood, New Jersey FM 100.7
WEZW Wildwood Crest, New Jersey FM 93.1
WBAX Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania AM 1240
WRAK Williamsport, Pennsylvania AM 1400
WDEL Wilmington, Delaware AM 1150
WGLD York, Pennsylvania AM 1440

See also

References

  1. ^ "Phillies Radio Network". Philadelphia Phillies. Retrieved 2009-03-07. 
  2. ^ "Broadcasters". Philadelphia Phillies. Retrieved 2009-03-07. 
  3. ^ "Highlights for National League Championship Series Game 2 at Citizens Bank Park". Philadelphia Phillies. 2008-10-09. Retrieved 2009-03-07. 







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