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Monthly Archives: September 2008
Tom Kelly is no longer the general manager of Martini Lounge Radio, WHAT 1340-AM.
Martini Lounge Radio ranked 41st out of 42 stations with a 0.1 share for listeners 12 years and older in the latest Arbitron ratings.
Kelly will continue in his other position as president of Kelly Music Research.
My Body of Knowledge: Stories of Chronic Illness, Disability, Healing and Life, by Karen Myers, a native of Bucks County and graduate of St. Joseph’s University, is entering its second printing through Cracked Bell Publishing.
My Body of Knowledge includes 34 pieces of writing from both new and established authors including Molly Ivins and Myers, who was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy when she was 13.
The writing captures the experiences of those living with cancer, Crohn’s disease, depression, chronic fatigue syndrome, Lyme disease, and more.
CW57 meteorologist Christa Quinn and her husband Jon Ganas, director of news operations for 6ABC, are expecting their first child, a daughter, in November. Both are 37-years-old.
Quinn wrote that the baby’s nursery is decorated with clouds on the wall (natch).
Weather permitting, Phillies announcer Tom McCarthy will do the Nationals-Phillies game for Fox Saturday afternoon at 4 p.m. Tim McCarver and Ken Rosenthal round out the team.
So how does everybody like McCarthy’s expanded role this year? I think he did a great job. He works well with everybody.
ESPN’s Sunday NFL Countdown looks back at the “Fog Bowl” between the Eagles and Bears from 1988 – yes it’s 20 years ago – Sunday at 11 a.m.
Randall Cunningham, Seth Joyner, Mike Ditka, and Mike Singletary will be among those interviewed.
Greater Media, which recently changed the format of 97.5-FM from Smooth Jazz to Adult Contemporary, announced that listeners can access jazz on www.phillysmoothjazz.com.
In the Arbitron ratings released two weeks ago, Smooth Jazz on 97.5-FM came in 23rd place for listeners 12 and over.
It switched to Now 97.5, a younger adult contemporary format to compete with top ranked music station, B-101.
Meanwhile, have you noticed the B-101 promos talking about its younger sound?
MCNABB & THE EAGLES TAKE ON THE BEARS ON “NBC SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL”
“Any time that Donovan McNabb is healthy they can beat anyone in football.” – NBC’s John Madden
“This is a pivotal game for Chicago.” – NBC’s Tiki Barber
NEW YORK – Sept. 25, 2008 – “NBC Sunday Night Football” in its third season as the NFL’s premier primetime package, heads to the Windy City Sunday night as Donovan McNabb and the Philadelphia Eagles (2-1) take on Brian Urlacher and the Chicago Bears (1-2) in an NFC rivalry that dates back to 1933. Al Michaels (play-by-play), John Madden (analyst) and Andrea Kremer (sideline reporter) call the action. Coverage on NBC begins at 7 p.m. ET with “Football Night in America,” with Bob Costas (host), Cris Collinsworth (co-host) Keith Olbermann (co-host), Dan Patrick (co-host), Jerome Bettis (analyst), Tiki Barber (analyst) and Peter King (reporter).
EAGLES-BEARS IN PRIMETIME: The Eagles are trying to reverse a trend on NBC “Sunday Night Football.” Since the NFL’s premier primetime package moved to NBC in 2006 the Eagles are 1-4, including losses in all there of their SNF games last season; 16-3 to the Giants in Week 4, 38-17 to the Cowboys in Week 9 and 31-28 to the undefeated Patriots in Week 12. The Bears are 3-2 on SNF including wins in their last two Sunday Night games, 29-13 over the Colts in the opening SNF game this season and a 27-20 win over the Packers in Week 5 last season. Each team is scheduled to appear one more time this season on SNF with the Eagles hosting the Giants in Week 10 and the Bears traveling to Minnesota to take on the Vikings in Week 13.
EAGLES VS. BEARS: This is the 35th meeting of this NFC rivalry that dates back to 1933. The two teams met in Week 6 last year with the Bears winning 19-16 in Philadelphia on a last second TD to cap a 97-yard drive. The Bears lead the all-time series 25-8-1, but prior to last year’s game the Eagles had won four straight dating back to 1999. The two teams have also met three times in the postseason with the Eagles taking two contests, 27-17 in the first round in 1979 and 33-19 in the divisional round in 2001 and the Bears winning 20-12 in the divisional round in 1988.
TIKI ON IMPORTANCE OF THE GAME TO THE BEARS: “This is a pivotal game for Chicago even though it’s early in the season. At 1-2, they are in danger of falling behind so many good teams in the NFC. They need to find a way to close games out.”
TIKI ON THE EAGLES: “Philadelphia looks great but they need to overcome their old nemesis – injuries. It seems to always bite them.”
BETTIS ON EAGLES VS. BEARS: “Each of these teams has a distinct personality. The question with Philadelphia is which team will show up. Is it the team that couldn’t touch Tony Romo? Or is it the team that punished and beat up Ben Roethlisberger? For the Bears the question is can they close out a team in the fourth quarter? Are they the team they’ve showed the first three quarters or the fourth quarter?”
MADDEN ON THE EAGLES: “Any time that Donovan McNabb is healthy they can beat anyone in football.”
MADDEN ON THE BEARS: “The Bears are a good team. We saw them against the Colts and they played very well and it’s not like they got blown out against the Bucs, they lost in overtime.”
TASTE OF THE NFL SUNDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL COOKBOOK BRUNCH IN CHICAGO: This Sunday, executive chef Joe Decker of Chicago’s Wildfire restaurant, will host The Taste of the NFL Sunday Night Football Cookbook Brunch to raise money for the Greater Chicago Food Depository. Tickets cost $70 and can be purchased by calling 312.787.9000.
Taste of the NFL is the premier food and wine event at Super Bowl, a “party with a purpose” that raises awareness and funds for hunger-relief organizations including Feeding America and its affiliates nationwide. Since 1992, Taste of the NFL has donated more than $10 million to local and national hunger-relief organizations.
PHILADELPHIA & CHICAGO COOK UP SUNDAY NIGHT MEALS: The “Sunday Night Football” Cookbook features recipes from NFL stars including Steelers’ WR Hines Ward who contributes his recipe for Korean-style braised short ribs and WR Limas Sweed’s chicken and shrimp fettuccine. The Bears’ TE Desmond Clark offers his garlicky baked chicken breast recipe. The Sunday Night Football Cookbook also features recipes from prominent chefs from each NFL city including Philly’s Jack McDavid of Jack’s Firehouse restaurant, as well as Chicago’s Susan Goss of West Town Tavern and Zinfandel restaurants.
The details are out about Alycia Lane’s civil suit against Channel 3, Larry Mendte, and Dan Gross of the Daily News.
We can see why city employee Latrice Bryant was so angry with Fox29 reporter Jeff Cole. He made her look terrible in his investigative report that aired on Fox29 Monday night.
In general, if anybody sees Jeff Cole in their rear view mirror, they should resign from their job immediately.
According to Channel 3, newcomer Dray Clark will be a general assignment reporter here even though he is an anchor in Cleveland.
Clark, a graduate of Chester High School Academy and Lincoln University is scheduled to begin at CBS3 in October.