Media: 97.5 The Fanatic Has a New Lineup, Super Bowl Ratings Highest in Eight Years in Philly
Some releases from local media outlets:
Changes to 97.5’s on-air lineup:
Current Fanatic hosts Jon Marks and Sean Brace will now host their own show from Noon-2PM (Monday-Friday). Current Fanatic host and NFL analyst, Brian Baldinger will host with Joe DeCamara, from 6-7PM (Monday-Friday).
6AM-10AM – Mike and Mike in the Morning
10AM-Noon – The Tony Bruno Show
Noon-2PM – Jon Marks and Sean Brace
2PM-6PM – The Mike Missanelli Show
6PM-7PM – Brian Baldinger and Joe DeCamara
Jon Marks and Sean Brace's on air chemistry has been on display every Saturday morning for the past two years. The two young and up-and-coming sports talk hosts have created a fun and irreverent show that the Fanatic Philadelphia fans enjoy.
Concur. I like Marks and Brace.
Meanwhile, the Super Bowl was the most-watched in the Philly area since 2005, when Donovan McNabb threw up:
CBS 3’s broadcast of Super Bowl XLVII featuring the Baltimore Ravens 34-31 win over the San Francisco 49ers yesterday earned an average overnight household rating/share of 48.9/69, the highest-rated Super Bowl telecast in the Philadelphia market in eight years since the Eagles’ appearance in the 2005 Super Bowl. More than 1.4 million local households tuned into the game last night.
Interestingingiginglylyly, Philly was only a hair below San Francisco, which wasn’t even in the top 10 markets last night.