With 2015 coming to a close, it’s time to reflect. For those of us at CBS-FM, that means taking a look at what content you engaged with the most. That can be good or bad, but in a world dominated by clicks and page views, we need to see what works best.
You loved a wide variety of posts in 2015, from features about feeding your face, interviews with superstars, and the loss of an iconic character, there was no shortage of stories for you to click and share.
Here are the top five most viewed stories published on WCBSFM.com this year.
Remembering John Lennon
The death of John Lennon still reverberates as a defining moment for a generation and for the music world.
Best Hot Dog in the Tri-State
You didn’t hesitate to tell us where to find the tastiest wiener in the area when we came calling this Summer. We sent our entertainment reporter from down under to Mamaroneck for a mouthful and Walter’s Hot Dog Stand didn’t disappoint.
The Day the Music Died
Sure, this was news more than 50 years ago when it happened, but if fans of CBS-FM are anything, they are nostalgic. If we ask many of you, you’re sure to mention the music is still dying today. CHANGE IS BAD!
Bon Jovi Riddled Us This
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One of our favorite Jersey-born rock stars spoke to Scott Shannon in the Morning about Bon Jovi‘s next album. Wait, it’s not their next album? This is just too confusing.
Listen for yourself.
“Live Long and Prosper”
(AP Photo/Jerry Mosey)
Star Trek‘s Spock is a character known by many, regardless of the generation they were raised. When the man behind the logic, Leonard Nimoy, passed away this year, we looked back at his many words of wisdom, all worth living your life by.
5 Things You Didn’t Know: “Tears In Heaven”
(AP Photo/Wyatt Counts)
Eric Clapton is no stranger to loss, but possibly the most heartbreaking song he, or anyone else, has ever written is “Tears In Heaven.” Despite it’s popularity, we were able to find some facts about the song that you didn’t know.
We just love bringing you music historians to school 😉
Blythedale Broadcast & Charity Auction
Scott Shannon in the Morning once again brought joy to the kids and their families at Blythedale Children’s Hospital in Valhalla, NY – with performances by Rob Thomas, Harry Connick Jr, Mark Rivera, and Holiday Express!