Listen: 1010 WINS Says Goodbye To Veteran News Anchor Sandi Klein
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — After nearly 20 years on the air, veteran 1010 WINS anchor Sandi Klein read the news for the last time.
Listen: Veteran 1010 WINS Anchor Sandi Klein Signs Off
Sandi Klein has been working the mid-day/afternoon drive anchor shift on New York’s premiere all-news station since 1993.
Along the way to WINS she’s been up and down the dial. Her first New York City radio news job was at WKTU-FM, the “big” disco station, where she worked with the likes of Paco and Rosko. She’s done morning drive at WYNY (during its soft rock and country music days) and at WPLJ, first with Rocky Allen and then with Scott and Todd. She also hosted a Sunday afternoon radio show called “Arts Alive at the Algonquin,” heard on WNYC AM and FM.
Sandi’s freelanced at WABC, WOR, WNBC, Z-100, Hot 97, CD-101.9 and the UPI Radio Network.
Those of us at 1010 WINS wish Sandi the best. We just have one question: Who’s going to supply the pretzels?
Don’t forget to leave your well wishes to Sandi as a comment below!