Sid Mark (born Sidney Mark Fliegelman in 1933/1934)) is an American radio disc jockey based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Mark is noted for hosting a weekly syndicated radio program featuring the music of singer Frank Sinatra (1915-1998), including commentary, interviews, trivia facts etc. to add color and context.
Mark's shows include Sunday with Sinatra, airing 9 am to 1 pm each Sunday on 1210 WPHT in Philadelphia, and The Sounds of Sinatra, which is syndicated nationally through the Westwood One radio network. The first version of Mark's Sinatra shows was Friday with Frank, which began airing in 1957 over WHAT and WHAT-FM, where Mark was a disc jockey, and has run nearly continuously in Philadelphia ever since. The Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia inducted Mark into their Hall of Fame in 2001. Mark has only missed one show, in 1999 for open heart surgery.
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