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Don Imus out, Jim Rome in at The Score 1260

Don Imus out, Jim Rome in at The Score 1260

SYRACUSE — There won’t be any more “Imus in the Morning” on The Score 1260 (WSKO). The sports talk station is revamping its program schedule, effective Monday.  The new lineup reflects its affiliation with the newly-launched CBS Sports Radio network. Part of that lineup includes a sports talk host who started his career in Utica. Continue Reading

Local Media Responds to Bernie Fine Scandal

Updated 12/1 – SYRACUSE — While it’s not uncommon to see “Syracuse University” mentioned by national networks like ESPN, those mentions had usually been for game highlights and other routine sports coverage typically afforded Division I schools.  That all changed nearly two weeks ago, when ESPN and other networks converged on Syracuse to cover developments… Continue Reading[More »]

What’s Ahead for Radio’s Next Ten Years?

CENTRAL NEW YORK — All this week we’re celebrating the 10th anniversary of CNYRadio.com with a series of special reports.  Yesterday, several folks who’ve been in local radio for 10+ years explained why they feel consolidation was “the” biggest story from the past decade.  Despite the negative side of consolidation, most radio pros are optimistic for what’s… Continue Reading[More »]

Taylor: Chapter 11 for Regent? (And 3Q Reports from Saga, CC)

Less than a week after Citadel Broadcasting announced it may soon be exploring “the possibility of seeking relief through a Chapter 11 filing,” one prominent online columnist explains why he thinks Regent could be in a similar situation.  Both companies own stations in Central New York. Continue Reading[More »]

Jim Lerch to program WHEN

WIXT TV 9 sports reporter and anchor Jim Lerch has been named the new program director at SportsRadio 620 WHEN. While at channel 9, Lerch presented the NewsChannel 9 ‘Athlete of the Week’ award every Wednesday and also anchored ‘Friday Night Fever’ coverage during the high school football season. Jim also works as a play-by-play… Continue Reading[More »]