AIGA partnerships with Bluecadet, Center for Architecture and Design

The design organization will host on-going art exhibits and events at both venues The Philadelphia chapter of AIGA, the professional association for design, is proud to announce on-going exhibition partnerships with both Bluecadet (1526 Frankford Avenue, Fishtown) and the Center for Architecture and Design (1218 Arch Street, Philadelphia) for art exhibitions and events during the 2017-2018 calendar year.  These exciting partnerships … Continued

Philadelphia Eagles, SportsRadio 94WIP Raise $207,970 Through Eagles Radiothon

Tweet It: With the help of fans, @SportsRadioWIP & @SantanderBankUS, #Eagles Radiothon raised $207,970. Proceeds support Eagles Charitable Foundation. The Philadelphia Eagles and SportsRadio 94WIP are thrilled to announce that the 2017 Eagles Radiothon, presented by Santander Bank, raised $207,970 over a two-day auction that ran from Tuesday, Sept. 5 to Wednesday, Sept. 6. As part … Continued

Philadelphia’s Suburban Station now has Free Wi-Fi, interactive wayfinding, charging

 Enhancing the journey for Philadelphians, commuters and visitors in one of the busiest transit hubs in the city, the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) and Intersection are teaming up to deliver new digital services—Wi-Fi, interactive information kiosks and device charging—to customers in Suburban Station. The more than 25,000 customers who are served by Suburban Station each day now have … Continued

KYW NEWSRADIO 1060 REPORTER CHERRI GREGG WINS EXCELLENCE AWARD

KYW Newsradio 1060 Reporter Cherri Gregg won the Excellence Award for Investigative Reporting in Television/Top 15 Markets on Saturday, August 12th at the National Association of Black Journalists annual convention in New Orleans for a story that aired on CBS 3’s Eyewitness News. Gregg’s story, “Driving While Black,” which aired on both KYW Newsradio and CBS 3, chronicled the unusually high number of … Continued

An Eye-Popping New Look for Action News! Featuring AR

6abc revealed a dazzling new look, completely transforming its studio into a state-of-the-art broadcast center. Philadelphia’s news leader unveiled its brand-new multifunctional studio, accented by a slick, new graphics look. “It’s pretty dramatic.” says President & General Manager, Bernie Prazenica. “The depth of the video integration in our studio has increased in a big way. Visually, it’s just … Continued

iHeartMedia Philadelphia Announces Shila Nathan As New Co-Host

iHeartMedia Philadelphia announced that Shila Nathan is the new co-host for “Chio in the Morning” on the new Real 106.1, Philly’s Real No. 1 for Throwbacks. The “Chio in the Morning” show broadcasts from 6 – 10 a.m. Shila, who has worked with Chio previously as a co-host, will reunite with him to entertain Philadelphia listeners in the … Continued

iHeartMedia Philadelphia Announces the Debut of the New Real 106.1

iHeartMedia Philadelphia debuted of the new Real 106.1, Philly’s Real No. 1 for Throwbacks. Real 106.1 will broadcast a variety of Hip Hop, R&B and Rhythmic music from the ‘90s and early 2000’s, including songs from popular artists such as Notorious B.I.G., Eminem, Beyoncé, Rihanna and Kanye West. The station will continue to feature Chio … Continued

WHYY OFFERS NEW WHYY PBS KIDS CHANNEL AND ONLINE STREAM

On July 1, kids and caregivers in Pa. NJ & De will have round the clock access to Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Clifford The Big Red Dog, Splash and Bubbles and so much more!   Bringing even more innovative content to loyal audiences, WHYY will launch its 24/7 WHYY PBS KIDS channel on July 1, 2017. … Continued

CBS Radio promotes Shelly Easton and Bobby Smith

CBS RADIO Philadelphia’s Senior Vice President and Market Manager David Yadgaroff announced the promotion of Shelly Easton to VP of Music Programming for 92.5 XTU (WXTU-FM), Today’s 96.5 (WTDY-FM) and 98.1 WOGL-FM, and the promotion of Bobby Smith to Program Director of  98.1 WOGL. Easton will remain the Program Director of WXTU in addition to her new responsibilities at … Continued