NEW YORK (WCBS 880) – From the beginning, former WCBS anchor & reporter Gary Maurer knew the station would succeed.
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“It was so exciting. We felt like pioneers,” he says.
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“We were really good at what we were doing,” he says. “We had so much talent.”
“That’s what WCBS felt like in the beginning, it was so exciting. We felt like pioneers,” Gary Maurer.
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“We knew that this would succeed. It could not not succeed. It was just – it was a force. It was a force in radio.”