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With courtroom audio and video recording prohibited for much of her career, Irene has relied on only her words to tell her stories. Dick and I were colleagues at the old WEEI in Boston during the '70s.
Through her unparalleled writing and delivery, Irene has given New Yorkers a front row seat to more than a half century of riveting trials. also had the pleasure of presenting the New York Press Club's President's Award (posthumously) to our late Consulting Director, Peter O. I can still remember how thrilled he was when he learned he'd been hired at WCBS - even though he was never the type to jump for joy, his excitement and pride was clear.
After one of the station's nattily-dressed salesmen strutted through the newsroom with an air of disdain, Dick would switch into self-assured mode and confidently stride across the room with a fake smile and firmly shake my hand: "Hi, Dick Spencer, Sales." One night, he came to visit me at another station where I worked part-time as a producer (we made far below union scale at 'EEI and many of us had second and third jobs).
The other station was #1 in the market, and its offices and studios had the fancy decor, equipment and accoutrements to match its ratings.
I was just a kid, a sales/research assistant and Mike was always there with words of wisdom, and to give me an opportunity to gain experience in production when one arose. Before moving to Bloomberg Radio, Prewitt was the voice of business at Newsradio 88.
I wasn't overly surprised, though, since a lot of bonds were formed during those years - and everyone loved Dick. I ran into her at a WH correspondent's dinner while she was still working with Rather, many years after we'd last seen each other.It happened October 29, 2016, at the New York Press Club Foundation Conference on Journalism at New York University.Irene has covered many of the biggest court trials of the past 50 years..OJ to Gotti [New York mob figure].Indeed, a far cry from covering state budgets, trials and fires, but no complaints. Please tell Dave Levin, Bob Gibson, Marty Duskin (who I called "Skipper") and that pesky nighttime caller Lou Freizer (kidding) that I said hello!
Perhaps one day I can sneak back out to Teaneck and join the Board. I check in occasionally, but perhaps not often enough.