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Joel Delmonico reflects on 30-year radio career

Joel Delmonico reflects on 30-year radio career

SYRACUSE –  Chances are, you’ve never heard his voice, but Joel Delmonico has enjoyed a long and influential career in Syracuse radio.  CNYRadio.com recently chatted with Delmonico just before he retired from the VP/Market Manager post at Clear Channel Media + Entertainment’s Syracuse cluster at the end of December.Continue Reading

Clear Channel names new Syracuse GM

Clear Channel names new Syracuse GM

SYRACUSE — One longtime veteran of local radio will be replaced by another, when Clear Channel Syracuse Market Manager Joel Delmonico calls it a career at the end of the month. The company announced General Sales Manager Rick Yacobush as the heir to the company’s highest-ranking position in Syracuse.[More »]Continue Reading

Clear Channel Syracuse GM Delmonico to retire

Clear Channel Syracuse GM Delmonico to retire

SYRACUSE — After more than 30 years in local radio — the last 21 as VP and General Manager of the market’s Clear Channel cluster of radio stations, Joel Delmonico is ready to call it a career.  He announced his retirement plans today.[More »]Continue Reading

Nielsen releases Syracuse Summer radio ratings

Nielsen releases Syracuse Summer radio ratings

SYRACUSE — No major surprises at the very top of the latest radio ratings released by Nielsen Audio… but plenty of movement among stations on the rest of the chart.  Nielsen Audio, formerly Arbitron, released its Summer 2013 radio audience estimates this week.[More »]Continue Reading

Clear Channel Syracuse gets a new landlord

Clear Channel Syracuse gets a new landlord

SYRACUSE — The building housing Clear Channel’s Syracuse cluster studios and offices has a new owner. Developer Robert Congel sold the Bridgewater Place building at 500 Plum Street last week for $7.09 million to a group of investors identifying themselves as 500 Plum St. LLC.[More »]Continue Reading

Kathy Denman’s idea selected for 2013 NYS Fair theme

Kathy Denman’s idea selected for 2013 NYS Fair theme

SYRACUSE — Local radio traffic anchor Kathy Denman is being honored today for helping set the theme for this year’s New York State Fair. Officials at the Fair announced her idea, “Sharing the Bounty and Pride of NY,” was the winner in a recent online poll among fairgoers.[More »]Continue Reading

Syracuse Chiefs GM explains decision to bypass radio

Syracuse Chiefs GM explains decision to bypass radio

SYRACUSE — Yesterday, we reported that the Syracuse Chiefs have a new radio partner: the Internet.  It’s definitely a notable break from the many years fans could hear the hometown team on traditional broadcast radio.  Even though he knew people would be critical, the team’s GM tells CNYRadio.com there were plenty of factors behind theContinue Reading[More »]Continue Reading

Mike Lindsley heading to Albany, WSKO to add Doug Gottlieb

Mike Lindsley heading to Albany, WSKO to add Doug Gottlieb

SYRACUSE — After more than a decade in local sports talk radio, today is Mike Lindsley’s last day in Syracuse. Starting tomorrow, The Score 1260 (WSKO) will lose a few hours of local weekday sports talk, as the station plugs-in syndicated talent Doug Gottlieb.[More »]Continue Reading

Michael Baisden locked-out of syndicated show

Michael Baisden locked-out of syndicated show

SYRACUSE — Syndicated host Michael Baisden, heard locally on Power 620 (WHEN), announced this morning that he’ll be ending his radio show at the end of this month.  But when he and his staff reported for work today, Baisden said they were “locked out” of the studio.[More »]Continue Reading

Peter McElvein retires from Classic FM

Peter McElvein retires from Classic FM

SYRACUSE — Come Monday, there will be a new voice in the morning at Classic FM (WCNY-FM). Peter McElvein, who has worked at the station for 15 years tells CNYRadio.com today was his last day. He’s retiring after 15 years with the public station.[More »]Continue Reading