Morris will stay on through the election.
Station operations manager Andy Bloom said he did not have any plans to replace Morris as of yet and could not comment on whether the station would go in a different direction now that Morris has left.
CBS Radio Philadelphia Senior Vice President and Market Manager Marc Rayfield said he had known about Morris' timeline for awhile. "He has done a great job for WPHT and we knew his busy schedule might one day make doing a daily radio show difficult," he said via e-mail.
Rayfield said the station will make an announcement about Morris' replacement as soon as next week.
InsideRadio has reported that consultant Walt Sabo has hosted a show under the name Walter Sterling.