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Mets likely to remain on WFAN past this season
Earlier this month, it appeared the Mets were seriously considering leaving WFAN when their contract expires after this season. But the team now is likely to remain at its long-time radio home, according to three industry sources familiar with the negotiations.
Mark Chernoff, WFAN's operations director, would not comment beyond saying, "Im always optimistic. Weve had a great long term relationship and we hope it continues."
If the Mets had left, WFAN simply would have inherited the Yankees from its CBS Radio sister station, WCBS-AM. It is not clear where the Mets would have landed if they had left the FAN.