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POTW: CNY Central offers Syracuse version of Harlem Shake [VIDEO]

POTW: CNY Central offers Syracuse version of Harlem Shake [VIDEO]

SYRACUSE — Given the sudden popularity of the “Harlem Shake” — more than 93,000 videos on YouTube in less than a month — it was only a matter of time until a local television station got in on the action.  And “first” bragging rights go to the crew at CNY Central.  Adding to the flavor,…Continue Reading[More »]

Multi-station “Protecting Our Children” special nominated for Emmy Award

Multi-station “Protecting Our Children” special nominated for Emmy Award

SYRACUSE — When you see several TV stations airing the same thing at the same time, you know it’s a big deal.  It doesn’t happen often.  But last spring, several local stations turned their competition into cooperation.  Together, they produced and simulcast “Protecting Our Children,” a one-hour special to raise awareness of child abuse.  Almost…Continue Reading[More »]

Part of Syracuse’s James Street to be Renamed “Jackie Robinson Way”

Part of Syracuse’s James Street to be Renamed “Jackie Robinson Way”

SYRACUSE — Plenty of accolades this week for longtime channel 3 (WSTM) news anchor Jackie Robinson, who retired in September. Tonight, she’s being honored in New York City as an inductee to the New York State Broadcasters’ Association Hall of Fame. Tomorrow, many will gather for a $75-per-ticket retirement celebration at the Oncenter in Syracuse.…Continue Reading[More »]

CNY Journalists Travel to Rome for Canonization of Marianne Cope

CNY Journalists Travel to Rome for Canonization of Marianne Cope

Updated 10/20 – ROME, ITALY — She was born in Utica in 1838 and, after joining the Sisters of Saint Francis, she helped establish hospitals which still stand today there, and in Syracuse. This weekend, Mother Marianne Cope will be officially canonized as a Saint by the Roman Catholic Church. Several local TV journalists have…Continue Reading[More »]