In case you missed any of our special feature 9/11: New York Remembers, today we’re observing the 10th anniversary of the tragic day linking back to the entire series.
- After an introduction, we began on August 19 with the memories of famed anchors Ernie Anastos, Bill Ritter, and Chuck Scarborough.
- On Monday, August 22, we returned with one-time WABC/Channel 7 reporter Jeff Rossen describing the horrific scene at ground zero.
- Longtime WINS reporter John Montone had his own struggles dealing with the disaster.
- On August 24, we offered the account of two veteran NY1 reporters.
- Tom Kaminski, well-known to WCBS-AM listeners for his chopper reporting, was in the air during 9/11.
- Another well-known radio personality is Harry Harrison who, with his familiar style, was an important part of the healing process.
- On Monday, August 29, longtime Kiss newsman Bob Slade told FishbowlNY about his long day of coverage.
- WAXQ midday jock Maria Milito shared her memories with being on the air as the towers collapsed.
- Also on the air were former Bloomberg Radio colleagues Ben Farnsworth and Peter Schacknow.
- Longtime New York radio news anchor Mitch Lebe was on the air at Bloomberg as well during 9/11.
- Famed WXTV anchor Rafael Pineda outlined the emotional tug-of-war he faced.
- Our fourth week began on Labor Day with former Channel 7 sports anchor Scott Clark and his emotional 9/11 memories.
- WPIX morning anchor Sukanya Krishnan kept her emotions in check following developments from the anchor desk and the street.
- Longtime WNYW morning anchor Jim Ryan described the difficulties of keeping his composure.
- Famed former WCBS/Channel 2 anchor Rolland Smith told his tale of getting the information out to WWOR viewers.
- And our series concluded with current WCBS anchor Maurice DuBois and his riveting story.
Photo courtesy of 911memorial.org
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