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Senior vice president and market manager for CBS Radio New York Marc Rayfield states that WCBS-AM “is a trusted New York City news outlet with a rich history and legacy of delivering up-to-the-minute news.
We will continue to tell the stories of the people, places, and happenings from all around this great city.
Whether it worked or not is in the eye of the beholder, but says he's comfortable with the way it turned out.This special night gathered listeners, station personalities, and prominent figures to celebrate what the station has meant for the past 50 years and will continue to mean into the future.” In addition to Cabot and Silverman, other WCBS-AM personalities there Tuesday night included Craig Allen, Joe Connolly, Pat Farnack, Brad Heller, Tom Kaminski, Paul Murnane, Steve Scott, and Michael Wallace.Among those sharing their New York stories were Lesley Stahl of “60 Minutes,” “Late Show with David Letterman” bandleader (“The World’s Most Dangerous Band” and “CBS Orchestra”) Paul Shaffer, and former New York Mets manager Bobby Valentine.Otherwise if it's all Shania [Twain] all the time that gets pretty dull." Earlier this year, when the bluegrass and old-time harmony sounds on the soundtrack for "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" swept the Grammys, some radio watchers expected fiddles and banjos to show up on commercial stations. Brophey says he enjoys those old-time sounds himself.
A year after making changes to its veteran afternoon drive and evening line-up(BRW 3/26/15), Greater Media's WKLB/Country 102-5 continues to tinker with its on-air sound and staff.