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Ithaca’s Progressive Talk 1470 expands to 97.7FM

Ithaca’s Progressive Talk 1470 expands to 97.7FM

ITHACA/CORTLAND — There’s a new way to listen to progressive talk radio in the Ithaca area.  The Cayuga Radio Group announced Progressive Talk 1470 WNYY is now being simulcast at 97.7FM.  Group head Chet Osadchey says the new signal “adds greater coverage into downtown Ithaca, and on both the Cornell and Ithaca College campuses.”Continue Reading

Greg Fry rejoins WHCU as News Director

Greg Fry rejoins WHCU as News Director

ITHACA — When Greg Fry left Saga news/talker WHCU more than four years ago, he was the assistant news director.  Today, station management announced he’s coming back — but this time, he’ll be omitting the word “assistant” from his old title.[More »]Continue Reading

Cayuga Radio Group seeks account executive

Cayuga Radio Group seeks account executive

ITHACA — The Cayuga Radio Group, owned by Saga Communications, is looking to add another account executive to its sales department.  General Manager Chet Osadchey sends along the official posting, which summarizes the position as a “commission based job selling and servicing radio advertising accounts” for the cluster’s seven stations, “plus excellent digital products andContinue Reading[More »]Continue Reading

Dunn Leaving WHCU; Station Seeks News Director

Dunn Leaving WHCU; Station Seeks News Director

Updated 12/2 with email address for applicants.  ITHACA — After seven years overseeing news and programming for News/Talk 95.9 and 870 WHCU and Progressive Talk WNYY 1440, Geoff Dunn is leaving radio. Dunn has accepted a new position with Tompkins County, prompting the Cayuga Radio Group to begin accepting applications for News Director candidates atContinue Reading[More »]Continue Reading

Cayuga Radio Presents Giant “Get Well” Card to Officer

Cayuga Radio Presents Giant “Get Well” Card to Officer

ITHACA — Nearly a month after Ithaca Police Officer Anthony Augustine was shot in the line of duty, he’s still recuperating.  The seven stations of the Cayuga Radio Group created a larger-than-life “get well” card for Officer Augustine, and had it on display in many locations around the area over the past few weeks, gathering wellContinue Reading[More »]Continue Reading

51-Year WHCU Veteran Paolangeli Honored

51-Year WHCU Veteran Paolangeli Honored

ITHACA — The conference room at the Cayuga Radio Group has a shiny new nameplate on the door.  Last week, the Saga-owned cluster dedicated that conference room to Rudy Paolangeli, who has served at various capacities with news/talk WHCU for more than half a century.[More »]Continue Reading

I-100 Bringing Giants Football to Ithaca Radio

I-100 Bringing Giants Football to Ithaca Radio

ITHACA/CORTLAND — There will be plenty of radio options for football fans in Ithaca this fall. Saga rocker I-100 (WIII) announced today it has inked a deal to carry New York Giants games this season. Less than a month earlier, the cluster revealed sister station Progressive Talk 1470 WNYY will carry Buffalo Bills games.[More »]Continue Reading

Ithaca’s WNYY Signs with Buffalo Bills

Ithaca’s WNYY Signs with Buffalo Bills

ITHACA/CORTLAND — For some, it might seem like football season just ended, but there’s less than two months until preseason NFL action begins, and there’s a new place to catch football on the radio in Ithaca.  Progressive Talk AM 1470 WNYY says it has signed with the Buffalo Bills Radio Network for the 2012 season.[More »]Continue Reading

Lee Rayburn to Host WHCU Mornings

Lee Rayburn to Host WHCU Mornings

ITHACA/CORTLAND — After three months, the search to find a new Morning Newswatch host for News/Talk 870 and 95.9 WHCU has ended.  The station announced today that Lee Rayburn will take over as host on April 30.  Rayburn comes to Ithaca from KNWZ in Palm Springs, CA, where a local newspaper says Rayburn and station management areContinue Reading[More »]Continue Reading

Chet Osadchey Named VP/GM for Saga’s Ithaca Cluster

ITHACA/CORTLAND — Chet Osadchey, a familiar name to longtime broadcasters in Central New York, has been named VP/GM of the seven-station Cayuga Radio Group, owned by Saga Communications. He’ll be replacing Susan Johnston, who announced in January that she’d be retiring by the end of this month.[More »]Continue Reading