Sexism Struggles for WFAN's First Voice, Suzyn Waldman: They Were 'Terrible to Me'
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America’s first, all-sports radio station – WFAN – had its first, full-blown workout on July 1, 1987 at the stroke of 3 p.m., and at 1050 on the AM dial. Not so incidental is the fact that Suzyn Waldman was the first talent to grace its airwaves.
“I was sitting in my place in the studio, and you could see into the control room, which was all glass,” Waldman recalls. “And the people from WHN were standing there… holding hands, and people were crying.