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Tank Stumper 7/1/07


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Three Par question

20th Anniversary of WFAN

What was the final song played on WHN Country?

Who was the first voice heard on WFAN?

What 69 Met hosted the first show on WFAN?

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Lampley was a WFAN original but didn't not host the original show 3-6 leading into Mets extra.

For the Good Times was the last WHN song

and Waldman gave the first WFAN words a 3:00 update.

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I'm pretty sure the first ever WFAN show coming out of the initial 3PM update was Jim Lampley. Now my memory is a bit fuzzy but I do remember being glued to the car radio at 3PM that day heading west on the LIE from somewhere in Suffolk County.

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http://music.musictnt.com/biography/sdmc_WFAN_%28AM%29

"On July 1, 1987, Emmis Communications-owned WFAN signed on at 1050 kHz, replacing country music station WHN, and billing itself as the world's first 24-hour-per-day sports talk station. The first voice heard on WFAN was that of Suzyn Waldman with a sports update, followed by the first show, which was hosted by Jim Lampley."

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