WIP has been the Philadelphia Eagles’ flagship radio station for over 30 years and that partnership will continue for at least another half-dozen years, writes Jeff Blumenthal for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
As part of the deal, WIP will continue to broadcast all Eagles games, including preseason, regular season, and playoff games. This is in addition to pre-game and post-game shows every game day.
“David Field, David Yadgaroff, and so many others at Audacy have played an important role in shaping this successful relationship, including the station’s many loyal listeners over the years,” said Eagles President Don Smolenski.
In addition to the new extension, Audacy announced that beginning this season, Eagles games can now also be heard on the Audacy app on smartphones and smart speakers.
WIP is also the radio home of the Philadelphia Phillies.
Read more about the new contract extension between WIP and the Eagles at the Philadelphia Business Journal.