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Business
Sunoco to Shut Down Philadelphia Refinery
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/06/11 5:38 am | updated: 09/06/11 5:38 am
 
South Philadelphia will have to say goodbye to the Sunoco refineries. Sunoco Inc. announced it will sell or close its oil refineries in South Philly and Marcus Hook.

CEO Lynn L. Elsenhans took charge of the Philadelphia company three years ago and immediately began sweeping changes, but this is the biggest.

"We have made progress in increasing the efficiency of our refineries over the last several years, but given the unacceptable financial performance of these... Read More
 
 
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Should one with 4000 lps/3000 cds listen to I radio philly
 
  by: ronnomix - McCordsville, IN
started: 09/05/11 3:49 pm | updated: 09/05/11 7:56 pm
 
Objectively for me, no! I do have this 'habit' of listening to an artist, in particular a full album/cd release straight thru!!!! Besides, 'listening' to one of the 'programmed stations' is like taking someone's 'shuffled i-pod' and going that route. MORESO I loathe those contraptions.....so......viva la front to back start to finish lp/cd!
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News
Obama Visits Hurricane Ravaged Paterson, NJ
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/05/11 10:42 am | updated: 09/05/11 10:42 am
 
President Obama this week stood on a bridge overlooking the rain-swollen and fast-rushing Passaic River in Paterson, New Jersey, and said the federal government would work to rebuild towns recovering from Hurricane Irene's wrath.

The Passaic had washed over the bridge, flooded the downtown and forced hundreds to evacuate cresting at a record 14 feet, twice its flood stage, depositing debris and muddy water stains on buildings and homes across Paterson.

Obama... Read More
 
 
News
Roosevelt Middle School: State Testing Cheating
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/05/11 10:36 am | updated: 09/05/11 10:36 am
 
Philadelphia School District investigators found evidence of "several violations" in state testing protocol at Roosevelt Middle School, supporting teachers' assertions that cheating occurred at the school.

The report contradicts statements by senior officials that allegations of cheating at the East Germantown school were "unfounded."

One student's exam was completed and turned in even though the girl was absent the day of the test, according to the report.Read More
 
 
Culture
WYSP 94.1 FM Changes Format, A Philadelphia Legend Gone
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/02/11 6:23 pm | updated: 09/02/11 6:23 pm
 
Philadelphia radio station WYSP-FM 94.1 is gone. Owner CBS has decided that the Philadelphia rock radio legend is no longer a worthwhile format to occupy the 94.1 FM frequency in the City of Brotherly Love. Instead, the powerful FM channel will be turned over to its AM sports talk sister station WIP.

After programming rock music for decades, native Philadelphia rock fans are mourning the loss of another FM music outlet to a talk format. Sure, business is business and it's all... Read More
 
 
News
WYSP Final Hour
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/02/11 11:24 am | updated: 09/02/11 11:24 am
 
Two weeks of saying goodbye wrapped up this afternoon. WYSP's rock formatted signal will now be the home of sister station, sports talk WIP, and will now be called Sports Radio 94 WIP.

The final two weeks of WYSP included many listener phone calls offering well wishes, as well as calls from some of rock's greatest, including Jon Anderson of Yes, and Alan Parsons.

Former jocks from the 70s like Denny Somach, through the 90s, like Couzin Ed, were on-air this week... Read More
 
 
Culture
Why Change 94.1 WYSP FM to WIP; Ultimate Demise of WYSP
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/01/11 10:26 pm | updated: 09/02/11 11:03 am
 
94.1 WYSP is just one of a growing number of music FM stations that have followed AM's path to spoken word. In August, newly formed Merlin Media flipped 2 FM Alternative Rock stations 101.9 WRXP in New York and 101.1 WKQX in Chicago to All News. CBS has already changed 8 FM music stations to Sports Talk over the past 4 years, 610 WIP going to 94.1 will be #9. Right here in Philly, Greater Media turned Contemporary Hits station Now 97.5 into The Fanatic, simulcasting 950 WPEN in October 2009.... Read More

 
 
News
Arlene Ackerman's Mouth May Cost Her Money
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 09/02/11 5:04 am | updated: 09/02/11 5:04 am
 
Arlene Ackerman may have put her payday at risk by opening her mouth on the radio and criticizing Philadelphia school officials. Her $905,000 separation agreement stipulated she would not make malicious public comments or disseminate any private information about the School Reform Commission. Yet, three days after she was out, Ackerman lambasted CFO Michael Masch on WURD-AM. With $500,000 of public money at stake, she could be in violation of her exit agreement and risks losing the money.Read More
 
 
Sports
Philadelphia Eagles Cheerleader Calendar App
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/01/11 8:00 am | updated: 09/01/11 8:00 am
 
The Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders are going where no NFL team has gone yet. The annual cheerleader calendar will have a mobile app coming soon.

Because of the NFL lockout, there was no springtime calendar shoot. Next week, the squad will be bikini modeling for this year’s photos.

The calendar will be available as an app for iPhones, iPads, and Android devices for $1.99. The app will include still pics and videos when it’s released in late October or... Read More
 
 
News
New Jersey Disaster Area---Fed Funding to North Jersey counties
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 09/01/11 7:56 am | updated: 09/01/11 7:56 am
 
Due to Hurricane Irene, parts of New Jersey were declared a federal disaster area this week. Federal funding is available to people in Bergen, Essex, Morris, Passaic, and Somerset Counties.

More than 150,000 homes and businesses in the state remained without electricity Wednesday afternoon, with utilities predicting restoration by the weekend or early next week.

State climatologist David Robinson said the rainfall that hit during Irene, averaging seven inches... Read More
 
 
 
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