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Scott Franzke, play-by-play announcer (fill-in play-by-play announcer when McCarthy is absent) (since 2022) John Kruk, color analyst (since 2017) Ben Davis, color analyst (since 2015) Rubén Amaro Jr., color analyst (since 2020) Mike Schmidt, color analyst (Sunday home games only) (1990, 2014-2019, 2021-present)
Mike Jerrick Good Day Philadelphia anchor on WTXF-TV Larry Kane (retired), WPVI-TV, WCAU and KYW-TV Megyn Kelly, Fox News and NBC News Gayle King, CBS This Morning Hoda Kotb, current co-anchor of NBC's Today Ted Koppel, ABC News Bill Kurtis, former WBBM-TV anchor, now at CBS News Nicole Lapin, CNN, CNN Pipeline, HLN
Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb (Anchors) Craig Melvin (News Anchor) Al Roker (Meteorologist) Carson Daly (Orange Room) Today Third Hour Al Roker (Host) Craig Melvin (Host) Sheinelle Jones (Host) Dylan Dreyer (Host) Today with Hoda and Jenna Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager (Hosts) NBC Nightly News Lester Holt (Anchor) The Tonight Show
A news director and anchorman named Bob Moore moved to Altoona from Washington, D.C. Also joining TV 10 news was Pam Jenkins, the first female news correspondent from Penn State University. John Riley, Wes Maley, and Ted Johnson stayed on board after the change, but eventually John Riley would be the lone survivor of the on-the-air personalities.
Tom McCarthy – Philadelphia Phillies play-by-play announcer (2009–present) Ben Davis – Philadelphia Phillies broadcasting booth color commentator (2015–present), Phillies pre/post game analyst (2012–present) Taryn Hatcher - Anchor/Reporter (2018–present) Notable former on-air staff [ edit]
Charlie is the former co-owner at Paddy's Pub, a childhood friend of Mac and high school friend of Dennis. Frank is his roommate and possible biological father. Charlie is the janitor at the pub and a known illiterate, even though he repeatedly denies this. Charlie is an alcoholic and a frequent user of chronic inhalants.
The Philadelphia season is the first with two openly gay men, Karamo Brown and William Hernandez, in the cast. (The first season to have two gay cast members, regardless of sex, was the 2002 Chicago season, although the 1999 Hawaii season featured a bisexual woman and a gay man). Assignment