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Brandon C. Promoted to Full-Time at 93Q

SYRACUSE — From the “better late than never” file, we’ve just received confirmation that 93Q (WNTQ) personality Brandon C. is the Citadel CHR station’s permanent night host.  After two years as a part-timer, Brandon tells he accepted an offer to take the shift full-time in December.

The position became open in October, when former host Mike Cauchon left to program a new internet-only station in Maine.  At that time, we were told existing part-timers would be taking turns filling-in until a permanent replacement was named — but we never received any updates.  Until this evening, when we heard from Brandon via email that he was offered and accepted the position on a permanent basis.

Brandon, a 2006 graduate of Cato-Meridian HS and a 2008 graduate of Onondaga Community College, started working at 93Q before he graduated, “filling in any time I could,” he says, reminding your editor of his earliest days in radio.  Brandon explains how he, “patched hours together doing on-air, production, promotions, and even a little bit of sales” before he finally got the call he was waiting for — the call to host 93Q’s night show full-time.

“I am a local guy, and I am very fortunate and happy I get to stay in this market and contribute to 93Q.  Not many people in broadcasting get to stay in their home town,” Brandon said.

You can hear him weeknights 5-11pm and Saturdays 1-5pm.

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