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SYRACUSE — Two longtime local radio legends are back in the biz, with help from a third former Syracuse radio talent. Dave Laird and Ron Bee are hosting shifts on Syracuse80sOnline.com, launched over the weekend by Rick “RJ” Jordan.
SYRACUSE — Outasight will be back for his second consecutive “93Q Summer Jam on the Island” this June, along with four other national recording acts who will be appearing for their first time at the station’s annual listener appreciation concert in June. And, as has been the case since the first “Summer Jam,” tickets are free, but the only way to get them is to win them. [More »]
SYRACUSE — Our latest Picture of the Week headline has nothing to do with the 2:02 commercial breaks Chuck Woolery used to introduce during TV’s Love Connection back in the 80s. Rather, we’ve got two local morning radio co-hosts being photographed at two different recent events… and the photos came to us from two different contributors. [More »]
SYRACUSE — Hopefully you remembered today’s date before turning on the radio this morning. Otherwise, you may wondered why 93Q (WNTQ) morning hosts Ted and Amy devoted much of their show today to exposing the potential “hazards” of a substance known as DHMO. [More »]
SYRACUSE and UTICA-ROME — Despite the odd selection of March 9 (as opposed to the seemingly more-obvious March 16) for Saint Patrick’s parades in both Syracuse and Utica, crowds turned out in huge numbers. And as always, broadcasters were a big part of those parades. Today, we’ve got three “Pictures of the Week” submitted by local stations. [More »]
Updated 4:55pm – SYRACUSE — Since Wednesday night and through the weekend, car dealers are showing off the latest and greatest in automotive technology at the 2013 Syracuse AutoExpo. But today, we’re headed back in time, for a look at some classic “FM Dial Cards” which were given to visitors who attended the same show in 1976, some 37 years ago. It’s an interesting glimpse of Syracuse radio history. [More »]
SYRACUSE — Ladies, if you’ve ever wanted the chance to go out on a date with NBC3 (WSTM) meteorologist Peter Hall, here’s your chance! Ted and Amy from the 93Q (WNTQ) morning show have announced Hall will be this year’s celebrity eligible bachelor for their annual “Five Dates in Five Days” contest. [More »]
SYRACUSE — It’s a new but familiar voice on mornings at 95X (WAQX), as the Cumulus-owned active rocker debuted The Robinson Show today. The new wake-up host worked for 95X once before, as the station’s night host in 2003. In between, he’s been working at Rochester stations WCMF and WBZA. [More »]
SYRACUSE — While you normally don’t think of 93Q (WNTQ) as a Christmas music station, the Cumulus-owned CHR is going all-out for a few hours tomorrow during “Ted and Amy’s Christmas Spectacular.” The morning co-hosts will emcee four hours of live holiday music, all broadcast live from the Destiny USA shopping mall. [More »]