Howard Eskin

Howard Eskin (born April 29, 1951) is an American sports radio personality for WIP-FM 94.1/WIP-AM 610 in Philadelphia.

Read more about Howard Eskin:  Career, Controversy, The Show

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WIP (AM) - History - Notable Dates in WIP's History
... on Fridays during the Howard Eskin show ... September 9, 2004 - Howard Eskin is suspended by WIP for 30 days to settle a defamation lawsuit brought by Richard Sprague, a lawyer for former 76ers star Allen Iverson ... September 1986 - WIP starts broadcasting sports talk with Howard Eskin in the afternoon from 5 p.m.-6PM ...
Howard Eskin - The Show
... Though Eskin regularly initiates calls with comments such as "never had a bad day in my life" or "another day in paradise", he is known to be short-tempered and easily angered on his radio show if a particular ... Howard at times will tell callers if they are worried about their team, "If you're scared, get a dog." Derisively, he baits Pittsburgh Steelers fans by pronouncing them as "S ... Eskin's years of infamy in the Philadelphia sports scene allow him to frequently have special guest athletes or other sports figures on his program, with memorable interactions with Charles Barkley, Freddie ...
Angelo Cataldi - Notable “Angelo-isms”
... In 1995, Cataldi made a bet with Howard Eskin over a Philadelphia Eagles vs ... Cataldi won the bet and Eskin appeared on Cataldi's Great Sports Debate television show in a dress ... had a long-standing feud with WIP afternoon host Howard Eskin for over a decade ...

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