Philadelphia Phillies Radio Network

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 is WIP-FM 94.1 in Philadelphia. The broadcasts were discontinued on the former AM flagship station WPHT 1210 in 2016.[3]

WTTM in Philadelphia and WIBG in Atlantic City, New Jersey also airs a separate broadcast in Spanish. Angel Castillo is the play by play announcer, while Bill Kulik provides color commentary.[4]



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


Call signCity/stateBand & Frequency
WTTM§°Lindenwold, New JerseyAM 1680
WIP-FMPhiladelphia, PennsylvaniaFM 94.1
WOGL Phillies 24/7§Philadelphia, PennsylvaniaFM 98.1 HD-4
WSANAllentown, PennsylvaniaAM 1470
WEST§Allentown, PennsylvaniaAM 1470
WMIDAtlantic City, New JerseyAM 1340
WIBG§Atlantic City, New JerseyAM 1020
WHLMBloomsburg, PennsylvaniaAM 930
WGETGettysburg, PennsylvaniaAM 1320
WONNLancaster, PennsylvaniaAM 1490
WNPV°Lansdale, PennsylvaniaAM 1440
WLBRLebanon, PennsylvaniaAM 1270
WBCB°Levittown, PennsylvaniaAM 1490
WPPAPottsville, PennsylvaniaAM 1360
WEEUReading, PennsylvaniaAM 830
WEJLScranton, PennsylvaniaAM 630
WKOKSunbury, PennsylvaniaAM 1070
WCMCWildwood, New JerseyAM 1230
WZXLWildwood, New JerseyFM 100.7
WEZWWildwood Crest, New JerseyFM 93.1
WBAXWilkes-Barre, PennsylvaniaAM 1240
WRAKWilliamsport, PennsylvaniaAM 1400
WDELWilmington, DelawareAM 1150
WDEL-FMWilmington, DelawareFM 101.7
WGMD-FM Rehoboth Beach, Delaware FM 92.7

See also


  1. "Phillies Radio Network". Philadelphia Phillies. Retrieved 2009-03-07.
  2. "Broadcasters". Philadelphia Phillies. Retrieved 2009-03-07.
  3. New deal makes WIP the Phillies' exclusive radio home in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer, February 17, 2016. Retrieved April 24, 2016.
  4. "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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