WHAT: iHeartMedia Philadelphia FOX Sports Radio, The Gambler, announced today that the popular sports podcast “The Divide Live,” will make its official broadcast radio debut on the station’s Sunday afternoon drive lineup, effective June 19. “The Divide Live” will broadcast Sundays from 12 – 1 p.m. and will continue to discuss the latest baseball and national sports headlines with an original comedic flare.
WHO: “The Divide Live” features two longtime friends – Mike, a diehard Mets fan and Corey, a diehard Yankees fan. Together, the dynamic duo hash it out about all things sports, life and current events. Never a dull moment for these two, the popular sports show has featured some of the most prominent figures in sports entertainment including NFL legend Otis Anderson Jr.; MLB All-Stars Alex Rodriguez, Howard Johnson, Dwight “Doc” Gooden, Cliff Floyd, John Franco, Todd Frazier, and Lenny Dykstra; comedian Francis Ellis; actor Brett Azar; and many more.
LISTEN: Fans can listen to “The Divide Live” on Fox Sports Radio, The Gambler on 102.5 FM and 1480 AM in Philadelphia as well as on 104.1 FM in Trenton, New Jersey. In addition, the show can also be heard on the station’s website, on iHeartRadio.com and anywhere listeners are on through the iHeartRadio app.
WHEN: Every Sunday beginning June 19 from 12 – 1 p.m. EST.
“With baseball season here, there’s no better time than right now to add to our roster and up the baseball conversation on The Gambler,” said Sean Brace, Program Director for Fox Sports Radio, The Gambler. “I have been a fan of Mike and Corey’s show from their start and am incredibly excited to work with them both! I know all MLB fans will enjoy their banter and take on all the hot topics coming from baseball!”
“Corey and I are beyond excited to bring ‘The Divide Live’ to Fox Sports Radio, The Gambler,” said Mike. “I know how much this station means to the iHeartMedia Philly team and we are proud to have a hand in helping to grow the station by giving listeners even more amazing and unique content. I first met Sean Brace through a mutual friend—Michael Tallarida— who, sadly, we lost last fall. Tallarida was the man off the mic and is the reason this station exists and continues to grow today. To help carry on something he helped to build means the world to me and knowing that I now have Brace and his team in my corner to help to elevate ‘The Divide’ is unbelievable. From podcast to broadcast, let’s go!”