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CNY Central seeking morning news producer

CNY Central seeking morning news producer

SYRACUSE — CNY Central, the combination of NBC3 (WSTM-TV), CBS5 (WTVH) and CW6 (WSTQ-LP) is searching for its next producer for “Today in Central New York,” the three-hour morning show which airs on NBC3.  We’ve got the details on this and other recent job openings at CNY Central.[More »]

POTW: Barry Leonard’s 1000th Cornell broadcast

POTW: Barry Leonard’s 1000th Cornell broadcast

ITHACA — Longtime Cornell University sports broadcaster Barry Leonard celebrated a notable milestone last month.  Twenty-two years into his tenure as “the Voice of the Big Red,” Leonard was recognized for calling his 1,000th game on the radio.[More »]

Musical Chairs at Oldiez 96 and Big Frog 104

Musical Chairs at Oldiez 96 and Big Frog 104

UTICA-ROME — Last month’s unexpected removal of longtime Big Frog 104 (WFRG) morning host Matt Herkimer has had a ripple effect throughout the market. It looks like the dust is finally settling, after a round of “musical chairs” between WFRG and sister Oldiez 96.1 (WODZ).[More »]

Report: Former WSTM news director fired in Florida

Report: Former WSTM news director fired in Florida

WEST PALM BEACH, FL — Former WSTM news director Cathy Younkin is “on the beach” after more than four years running the newsroom at the CBS affiliate in the country’s 38th largest television market.  And one report says her departure from WPEC channel 12 was not of her own choosing.[More »]

Joel Delmonico reflects on 30-year radio career

Joel Delmonico reflects on 30-year radio career

SYRACUSE –  Chances are, you’ve never heard his voice, but Joel Delmonico has enjoyed a long and influential career in Syracuse radio.  CNYRadio.com recently chatted with Delmonico just before he retired from the VP/Market Manager post at Clear Channel Media + Entertainment’s Syracuse cluster at the end of December.[More »]

WTVH transmitter out “for several days”

WTVH transmitter out “for several days”

SYRACUSE — While many of us see a new year as a clean slate, a New Year’s Eve transmitter outage at CBS5 (WTVH) will continue “for several days” into 2014, the station announced today.  Until the main 5.1 transmitter returns to service, over-the-air viewers can catch CBS programming on WSTM digital subchannel 3.3.[More »]

Year in Review 2013: The top 10 stories

Year in Review 2013: The top 10 stories

CENTRAL NEW YORK — As per tradition here at CNYRadio.com and CNYTVNews.com, New Year’s Eve is when we look through a whole bunch of server stats to determine the Top 10 Stories that appeared on this website over the past year.  We also asked readers to submit some of your own thoughts on which stories are the “biggest” in terms of importance, even if not by numbers alone.[More »]

Diane Wade returns to 92.1 WSEN-FM

Diane Wade returns to 92.1 WSEN-FM

SYRACUSE — Longtime midday host Diane Wade is back in her old shift at Classic Hits 92.1 WSEN-FM. No word on the whereabouts of Bob Brown, who previously held the shift.[More »]

Channel 9 sports reporter bids farewell

Channel 9 sports reporter bids farewell

SYRACUSE — We now know why NewsChannel 9 (WSYR-TV) recently posted an job opening for a sports reporter/anchor.  One CNYTVNews.com reader reports, just before the end of Sunday night’s 11pm newscast, Lindsay Liquori announced she is leaving the ABC affiliate.  She’s moving to Florida, where her fiancé recently relocated for a new job.  The Capital Region native graduated from Marist College and had been with the station since 2011.  We wish Lindsay and her fiancé all the best.

Year in Review 2013: Comings and goings

Year in Review 2013: Comings and goings

CENTRAL NEW YORK — As another year comes to a close, it’s time to take a look back at all the changes in local broadcasting over the past 364 days.  We begin a four-part “Year in Review” series with a look at personnel comings and goings as reported by CNYRadio.com and CNYTVNews.com.[More »]