Back Stories: Ed Ingles' Postgame InterviewsFormer WCBS Sports Director Ed Ingles tells us the back story of the time he upset former Chicago Blackhawks coach Billy Reay after a loss to the New York Rangers.
Back Stories: The Birth Of A StationWayne Cabot looks back to August 28, 1967 -- the first day Newsradio 880 went on air.
Back Stories: The Origin Of 'Newsradio'Wayne Cabot speaks with the man who came up with the phrase, Frank Sterbenz, a former WCBS research director.
Back Stories: Washington Jefferson Hotel Room Coated In CheeseIt was a stinky assignment, but someone had to cover it. Paul Murnane recalls the cheesy scene from 1999.
Back Stories: Former Gov. Cuomo, Mayor Koch Take Over The WCBS StudioIn today’s Back Story, former WCBS General Manager Ed Kiernan recalls what it was like having the two most powerful men in New York in the studio.
Back Stories: Traffic Reporter Neal Busch Encounters 'One Tough Bird'Long before the Miracle on the Hudson, WCBS traffic reporter Neal Busch had his own encounter with a Canadian goose.
Back Stories: Fred Fishkin's 'Bootcamp' Technology FeatureDuring the mid-1980s as computers started to enter homes, Fred ran a daily technology feature, crossing paths with Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Jeff Bezos.
Back Stories: 'Talk Back' Gets A Call From The GovernorIn the early 1980s, WCBS management wanted to use listener opinions on the air. So they came up with a feature, called "Talk Back."
Back Stories: 'Sammy The Bull' Gravano Turns On John GottiIrene Cornell was in the courtroom when Salvatore "Sammy the Bull" Gravano turned rat and testified against John Gotti in his third federal trial.
Back Stories: 'A Force In Radio'From the beginning, former WCBS anchor & reporter Gary Maurer knew the station would succeed.
Back Stories: A Young Wayne Cabot Gets His Start At WCBSA 15-year-old kid strolled in off the street and he's been here ever since.
Back Stories: Running & Reporting The NYC MarathonReporter Marla Diamond recalls wearing two hats during the New York City Marathon.