Angelo Cataldi's contract has been renewed at 94.1 WIP. Cataldi told me there are three and five year options. But after that?
"I figure that'll probably be it for me," Cataldi, who has been with the station since 1990, said. "I think someone else should get a chance after this one. I definitely wanted to hang around awhile longer because I just got to make it long enough for the Eagles to win a Super Bowl. Then I'll see what I needed to see ... I've always had this fear the year after I left they'd win a championship. That's the ultimate goal. I would love to see them do it and I think with Chip Kelly they can."
Marc Rayfield, Senior Vice President and Market Manager, CBS Radio Philadelphia, in a statement called Cataldi a "Philadelphia radio legend."
Al Morganti and Keith Jones' contracts have also been renewed (Rhea Hughes is on a different contract schedule). "We're all sticking together through thick and thin. I don't want it any other way," Cataldi said. "People in this city embrace you. They are loyal to people who have been around for awhile. Other cities get tired of you after a couple years and they want a new voice. But we've had a great long run."