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POTW: Radio represents in St. Patrick’s parades (2013)

POTW: Radio represents in St. Patrick’s parades (2013)

SYRACUSE and UTICA-ROME — Despite the odd selection of March 9 (as opposed to the seemingly more-obvious March 16) for Saint Patrick’s parades in both Syracuse and Utica, crowds turned out in huge numbers. And as always, broadcasters were a big part of those parades. Today, we’ve got three “Pictures of the Week” submitted by… Continue Reading[More »]

WOLF-FM’s Smith Awarded Free Ride to Country Radio Seminar

WOLF-FM’s Smith Awarded Free Ride to Country Radio Seminar

SYRACUSE — New Country WOLF 105.1 midday hostess and promotions director Courtney Taylor Smith won’t have to pay a dime to attend the 2013 Country Radio Seminar this coming February. She’s one of three nationwide winners of the Rusty Walker Scholarship, which covers her registration for the seminar, along with travel to and from Nashville. Continue Reading[More »]

Palmer Exiting WOLF, Brandon C. Promoted at MOViN’

SYRACUSE — There’s been a trio of changes within the West Kirkpatrick Street studios of MOViN’ 100.3/96.5 (WMVN) and New Country WOLF 105.1.  Station Manager Sam Furco tells CNYRadio.com that WOLF-FM middayer Chili Palmer is leaving for a new job.  MOViN’ afternoon man Brandon C. is getting a promotion.  And the latter station is adding… Continue Reading[More »]

Where Are They Now: Sunny Joe

SYRACUSE — Almost a year since “Yo! Sunny Joe” Allen exited Foxfur’s MOViN 100.3/96.5 (WMVN), he’s back on the air again. According to AllAccess, he just started this week doing afternoons for Saga-owned WKNE, a top-40 station in Keene, New Hampshire. In Syracuse, Allen also served as production director for sister stations New Country WOLF… Continue Reading[More »]

Mega POTW: Radio and TV at the New York State Fair (2010)

SYRACUSE — Anyone who works in broadcasting knows there are certain times of the year you’re forbidden (or at least strongly discouraged) to take vacation.  Those are usually the most important ratings or sweeps periods of the year.  But in Syracuse, you can cross 12 more days off the calendar: The Great New York State… Continue Reading[More »]