Back Stories: The Birth Of A StationWayne Cabot looks back to August 28, 1967 -- the first day Newsradio 880 went on air.
Back Stories: WCBS' Fearless Leader, William S. PaleyIn today’s Back Story, one WCBS pioneer tells us about another, as Charles Osgood looks back on the role Paley played as the man at the helm of the station.
Back Stories: Eye In The Sky Neal BuschIn today's Back Story, Tom Kaminski tells us about the man he calls a legend, Neal Busch.
Back Stories: The Station Gets A SongWhen the manager wanted the station to stand out, he called the “Jingle King,” Steve Karmen.
Back Stories: Morning Drive With Lou Adler & Jim DonnellyIn today's Back Story, WCBS Morning Drive anchor Wayne Cabot looks back on the Morning Drive team he grew up listening to, Lou Adler and Jim Donnelly.
Back Stories: Covering Mark David Chapman's Murder TrialWCBS reporter Irene Cornell remembers January 1981, when Mark David Chapman pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity to murdering John Lennon.
Back Stories: The Day John Lennon DiedWCBS reporter Rich Lamb remembers the night of December 8, 1980, when John Lennon was murdered in his New York City home.
Back Stories: Nelson Mandela Visits NYCNelson Mandela came to New York in June 1990 as part of an eight-city tour of the United States.
Back Stories: NASCAR In NYC?The city once considered opening a NASCAR track, but a pit stop in Times Square may have put a stop to that plan.
Back Stories: Newsman's Newsman Jerry NachmanIn his unparalleled career, he enjoyed award-winning success in highly noticeable jobs in newspaper and broadcast. But his first big job was at WCBS.
Back Stories: Mel Granick's 'Report On Medicine' FeatureIt was a feature ahead of its time. The "Report on Medicine" focused on developments in the medical community.
Back Stories: Blimp 880? WCBS Considers Getting A BlimpFormer WCBS Assistant News Director Bernie Gershon used to make some crazy requests.
Back Stories: Former NYC Mayor John Lindsay Plants A Parting KissWCBS reporter Irene Cornell says she was shocked when the mayor walked over to her.
Back Stories: Caller 'Mobile 88'WCBS anchor Gil Gross once found out the hard way that when you work in radio, you never know who's listening... even the boss.
Back Stories: WCBS Groundbreaker Jane Tillman IrvingA WCBS groundbreaker, Jane Tillman Irving started her career here in 1972, becoming the station's first black female reporter.