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Year in Review 2013: The top 10 stories

Year in Review 2013: The top 10 stories

CENTRAL NEW YORK — As per tradition here at CNYRadio.com and CNYTVNews.com, New Year’s Eve is when we look through a whole bunch of server stats to determine the Top 10 Stories that appeared on this website over the past year.  We also asked readers to submit some of your own thoughts on which stories are the “biggest” in terms of importance, even if not by numbers alone.Continue Reading

YNN rebranding as “Time Warner Cable News”

YNN rebranding as “Time Warner Cable News”

SYRACUSE — Next month, YNN will be rebranded as “Time Warner Cable News.”  Although it may be common knowledge among local broadcasters that the 24/7 local news channel is owned by and only available on Time Warner Cable, a majority of average customers didn’t — so the cable giant wants to make it unavoidably obvious.[More »]Continue Reading

YNN seeking Assignment Editor

YNN seeking Assignment Editor

SYRACUSE — Time Warner Cable’s 24/7 local news channel, YNN, is looking for an Assignment Editor.  The full-time position was posted November 8.  Here’s a link to the full job description and online application.[More »]

YNN celebrating 10th anniversary

YNN celebrating 10th anniversary

SYRACUSE — Your News Now, or YNN, is celebrating ten years on Time Warner Cable.  The 24/7 local news channel, which started out as “News 10 Now,” still has 17 of its original staff members on board, including GM Ron Lombard.  Today on syracuse.com, Katrina Tulloch interviewed Lombard about his reflections on the past decade.[More »]

Time Warner announces massive channel lineup shuffle

Time Warner announces massive channel lineup shuffle

SYRACUSE — Got all the channel numbers on your Time Warner Cable lineup memorized?  At least your favorites, anyway?  Well, come June 18, you can forget all those numbers.  Time Warner says it’s completely reorganizing its digital cable channel numbers for Syracuse and surrounding areas.[More »]Continue Reading

YNN seeking Executive Producer

YNN seeking Executive Producer

SYRACUSE — Time Warner Cable’s 24/7 local news channel, YNN, is looking for a new Executive Producer.  The vacancy comes after an anonymous CNYTVNews.com reader shares word that Nathan Holst has accepted a similar position at ABC affiliate WMTW in Portland, Maine.[More »]Continue Reading

SPC: Three staffers exiting Syracuse TV newsrooms

SPC: Three staffers exiting Syracuse TV newsrooms

Updated 5/10/13 – SYRACUSE — The Syracuse Press Club reports three people are leaving local television newsrooms for new jobs. Two will be moving out-of-state for TV news positions in larger markets, while another will remain local, with a new job outside of broadcasting.[More »]Continue Reading

POTW: Syracuse vs. Indiana… for live truck parking spots (2013)

POTW: Syracuse vs. Indiana… for live truck parking spots (2013)

WASHINGTON, DC — Are you ready for Syracuse’s “Sweet 16″ game against Indiana tonight?  We usually hold “Picture of the Week” until Friday, but given that this week’s photo has to do with the media frenzy surrounding tonight’s game, we decided to move the feature up by a day this week.[More »]Continue Reading

Reports: Time Warner considering new name for YNN

Reports: Time Warner considering new name for YNN

SYRACUSE — Just about three years since Central New York’s “News 10 Now” joined many of its sisters in rebranding as YNN — short for “Your News Now” — owner Time Warner Cable is considering another name change for its portfolio of local and regional cable news channels.[More »]Continue Reading

Sneak Peek: Syracuse TV history book loaded with photos, memories

Sneak Peek: Syracuse TV history book loaded with photos, memories

SYRACUSE — Did you know Syracuse’s first TV station set a new record the moment it signed-on?  Or that the very same cameras which captured The Beatles’ historic appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show would eventually be bought and used by one local station?  These tidbits and many more are part of a new bookContinue Reading[More »]Continue Reading