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Nexstar CEO Sook and former WTVH GM Ransom to join Hall of Fame

Nexstar CEO Sook and former WTVH GM Ransom to join Hall of Fame

ALBANY — Two broadcasters with ties to Central New York are among the five men named as this year’s inductees to the New York Broadcasters Hall of Fame.  Former WTVH General Manager Bill Ransom, Nexstar Broadcasting CEO/President/Founder Perry Sook and three others will be honored at a special ceremony next month in New York City.Continue Reading

Several area stations win NYS Broadcasters Association Awards

Several area stations win NYS Broadcasters Association Awards

BOLTON LANDING — Several radio and television stations from the Syracuse, Utica-Rome and Ithaca/Cortland markets were recognized for their efforts at the New York State Broadcasters Association’s 47th “Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting” on Monday evening.  As has been the tradition for as long as your editor can remember, winners were announced and awards were…Continue Reading[More »]

Eight CNY Stations Win NYS Broadcasters Association Awards

Eight CNY Stations Win NYS Broadcasters Association Awards

BOLTON LANDING — It’s a night of congratulations for stations throughout all three markets covered by CNYRadio.com and CNYTVNews.com.  Five stations in Syracuse, two in Utica and one in Ithaca are winners at the New York State Broadcasters Association’s 46th annual “Excellence in Broadcasting Awards.”Continue Reading[More »]

Rod Wood & Carrie Lazarus to be Inducted to Hall of Fame

SYRACUSE — Congratulations tonight to NewsChannel 9 (WSYR-TV) co-anchors Rod Wood and Carrie Lazarus.  They’ll soon be regarded among the likes of nationally-known journalists like Walter Cronkite and Barbara Walters.  They’re in the 2011 class being inducted into the New York State Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame this June.Continue Reading[More »]

NYSBA Formally Announces Reilly’s Retirement

ALBANY — It’s been almost a month since we caught word of the pending retirement of New York State Broadcasters Association President Joe Reilly.  Today, the NYSBA finally got around to rolling out a formal announcement about Reilly’s departure and details about the search for a replacement.Continue Reading[More »]