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Category Archives: Archives (2001-2005)

All articles posted by Scott Jameson, founder and editor of the original CNYRadio.com. Scott started the site on March 1, 2001 and announced his decision to go “suspend regular publication” on April 22, 2005. In that time, he posted a total of 997 articles. We’re gradually adding those back articles in this category, in an effort to fully unite the original site with the current site.

CNY Radio shifts gears

“To everything there is a season.”

Spring is upon us, but the leaves are turning here at CNYRadio.com. After much thought, I have decided to suspend regular publication of the site. The past four years have been immensely rewarding and I wish to thank the many station managers and on-air talent that have, behind the scenes, helped make this site what I hope has been a full-featured, balanced look at the Central New York radio scene. Continue Reading

E.R. Vadeboncoeur named to Hall of Fame

The late E.R. “Curly” Vadeboncoeur, former general manager of WSYR television and radio, is being inducted into the New York State Broadcasters Association’s new Hall of Fame. Vadeboncoeur began his career in 1920 as a reporter at the Syracuse Journal, then rose to the presidency of Newhouse Broadcasting Corp., which owned WSYR-AM.Source (link may no…Continue Reading[More »]

Ithaca’s ‘Mr. Radio’ is retiring

For four decades Tom Joseph has been known to listeners in Ithaca as “Mr. Radio.” Joseph, who is director of operations at Eagle Broadcasting, is retiring from radio after 43 years. Joseph’s radio career started in 1962 at WHCU AM/FM which were owned by Cornell University at the time. He is currently in charge of…Continue Reading[More »]

Lite 105.9 raises over $27,000

Lite 105.9 (WLTI) and WSTM-TV 3 teamed up this week to raise money for a worthy cause. Tuesday’s Lite Loves Kids Radiothon raised $27,182.24 for the Ronald McDonald House Charities of CNY. Special guests during the broadcast included Syracuse Mayor Matt Driscoll, Onondaga County Executive Nick Pirro, SU Chancellor Nancy Cantor, Ronald McDonald House staff,…Continue Reading[More »]