Teen sensation Jacquie Lee opened the show with her many young fans screaming for more.
We reached out to our sports radio personalities from across the country to get their opinion on James’ decision. Here’s their reactions:
The new station will be a destination for listeners to discover the best new music with a distinct local appeal and presentation.
“I’m humbled and excited to be recognized by the New York State Broadcasters Association,” said Francesa. “It is a great honor, and anything with New York attached to it means all the more to me.”
He’s baaaaack! Francesa made his big return to television when the simulcast of his award-winning sports talk show debuted Monday afternoon on Fox Sports 1.
On Monday, Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton welcomed acclaimed drummer Chad Smith, who announced that his legendary band will be headlining “WFAN’s Big Hello To Brooklyn” at Barclays Center on Feb. 1, 2014.
The New York City Football Club announced today that beginning in 2015, games will be broadcast on WFAN 660 AM/ 101.9 FM, the first and most listened to sports radio station in the nation.
CBS RADIO, the Brooklyn Nets, and Barclays Center have formed a strategic alliance that combines the strengths of the powerful media and entertainment brands, resulting in increased coverage on WFAN 66AM and 101.9 FM.
The New Jersey Devils and WFAN Sports Radio 66 AM and 101.9 FM announced the extension of their multi-year partnership on Thursday.
As part of the agreement, Francesa will also bring his long running Sunday morning “The NFL Now” show to CBS Sports Radio beginning this fall.
CBS RADIO announced on Monday that it has finalized its purchase of radio station 101.9 WFAN-FM in New York.
For 25 years, four months and one day, WFAN made its terrestrial radio home solely on the AM dial. Friday marked Day 1 of FM transmission.
So it begins! WFAN sports radio will launch its 660 AM-101.9 FM simulcast this Friday at 12:01 a.m.
“This is an extremely exciting opportunity to expand our radio presence in the nation’s largest market,” said CBS RADIO President and CEO Dan Mason. WFAN’s programming will continue to be heard at 660 AM.
There was a special celebration in Times Square today for some children with special needs.