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Report: Syracuse radio show Twitter pics could invoke NCAA violations

Report: Syracuse radio show Twitter pics could invoke NCAA violations

SYRACUSE — Photos “tweeted” by a local sports talk radio show could lead to disciplinary action against two members of the Syracuse University football team.  It’s all because the players were holding up banners displaying the names and logos of various sponsors of the “Syracuse Legends” program which airs every Friday night on ESPN Radio 97.7 and 100.1 (WTLA/WSGO).Continue Reading

Broadcasters follow SU men’s basketball team to Atlanta

Broadcasters follow SU men’s basketball team to Atlanta

Updated 4/5 — ATLANTA — For the first time since 2003, the Syracuse University men’s basketball team has reached the Final Four of the NCAA tournament. Several local radio and TV stations have dispatched crews to Atlanta to cover the team’s next game on Saturday… and hopefully they’ll have a reason to stick around for the…Continue Reading[More »]

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 the…Continue Reading[More »]

Al Roker recalls “First Big Break” at Syracuse’s channel 5 [VIDEO]

Al Roker recalls “First Big Break” at Syracuse’s channel 5 [VIDEO]

NEW YORK CITY — Many Central New Yorkers know the Today show’s Al Roker got his start at WTVH, while attending classes at SUNY Oswego.  But did you know he’s got “the C-word” to thank, in part, for boosting his career?  Yep, that C-word, the one you can’t say on TV.  One night, somebody else…Continue Reading[More »]

Today is “Mimi Griswold Day” in Onondaga County

Today is “Mimi Griswold Day” in Onondaga County

SYRACUSE — As Mimi Griswold prepares to retire after 20 years with Galaxy Communications — starting as the program director for K-Rock in 1992, and serving as VP of Programming for the entire company since 1998 — the programmer received a very special honor today.  Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney issued a proclamation declaring today…Continue Reading[More »]