The veteran 1010 WINS anchor is set to retire, Tuned In has learned. Multiple sources say the morning mainstay will leave the station in September.
But before the retirement party takes place, we’re told DeAngelis has struggled with leaving three previous times. Barring any cold feet or last minute negotiations, DeAngelis will end a run of more than 25 years at WINS.
She was also a newscaster on WNBC in the 80s, during the Soupy Sales–Joey Reynolds era at 660.
DeAngelis remained at WNBC until WFAN took over the frequency in 1988.
WINS would not confirm DeAngelis’ departure.
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