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Radio personalities such as Bobby "Wizzard" Wayne, Tom Tyler, Ed Williams, Steve Clark, Roby Yonge, K. Bayley (Bob Elliott from WOR-FM), Les Turpin, Bob "Bob-A-Lew" Lewis also briefly joined the WCBS-FM "freeform" format. Reed, Wizzard Wayne and Ed Williams also stayed into the early part of the oldies format.
For many years, WCBS-FM simulcast its programming with its AM sister station.
With the reallocation of the FM band, WABC-FM's new frequency became 96.9 Mc.; finally, in September 1947 the station became WCBS-FM, and the frequency moved to the current 101.1.
This allowed the station to reflect its corporate ownership by the Columbia Broadcasting System or CBS.
The station is the home of the Scott Shannon in the Morning show.
WCBS-FM was one of the first notable oldies stations in the country, with the format dating back to July 7, 1972.