From 1976-1997, Philadelphia sports fans watched their games on PRISM which stood for Philadelphia Regional In-Home Sports and Movies. Some people had a cable subscription, but many just used a descrambled "hot box". Either way, PRISM was a Philly sports institution broadcasting Phillies, Flyers, Sixers, Big 5 and WWF matches for over two decades.
FUN FACT: It was founded by Ed Snider, who was the owner of the Flyers and the Spectrum...in fact, it was said that the network was called "PRISM" because it allowed one to see the "Spectrum", as it televised Flyers and Sixers games.
Part of the Shibe Originals collection - designs by Philly artists and exclusively available at Shibe Vintage Sports.
PRISM - Philadelphia Sports TV t-shirt
Love the colors and graphics!
I bought the PRISM t-shirt for my cousin and he loves it! He was born and raised in South Philly and moved to DC for college and never came back. This tee brings back a lot of good memories for him.
Love this shirt it is super soft and comfortable. I get so many comments on it from people who remember Prism, it’s a great conversation piece.
Super soft material and colorful graphics. Unique designs you don’t see elsewhere especially for retro fans