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Brandon C moves to Utica’s Kiss-FM; changes at WUTQ

Brandon C moves to Utica’s Kiss-FM; changes at WUTQ

UTICA-ROME — Catching-up on happenings from the “summer hiatus,” there are some notable changes at two Roser Communications Network stations in the Mohawk Valley.  Former Syracuse on-air personality Brandon C. joins the lineup at Kiss-FM (WSKS/WSKU), while news/talk/music hybrid 100.7FM WUTQ shuffles the schedule to make room for more music.Continue Reading[More »]

Broadcasters unite to aid CNY flood victims

Broadcasters unite to aid CNY flood victims

UTICA-ROME and SYRACUSE — Radio and television broadcasters in both of these Central New York markets are asking viewers to help neighbors who’ve been devastated by unprecedented flooding over the last several days.  A joint effort between multiple Utica-area stations is planned for tomorrow, and some Syracuse TV stations have been running a telethon all…Continue Reading[More »]

Three Utica Stations Flipping to Sports, WUTQ(AM) to Become WUSP

Three Utica Stations Flipping to Sports, WUTQ(AM) to Become WUSP

Updated 7/23 – UTICA-ROME — Roser Communications Network’s 95.5FM (W238CA), 1550 WUTQ and 1480 WRCK have broken away from simulcasting the news/talk/music format of 100.7 WUTQ-FM. Several signs point to the three stations flipping to a new sports talk format. While 100.7 will keep the WUTQ-FM calls, it appears 1550 WUTQ(AM) will be changing to…Continue Reading[More »]

Buffalo Bills Moving to TK99 and WOUR

Buffalo Bills Moving to TK99 and WOUR

Updated 6/22 — SYRACUSE and UTICA-ROME — After a ten-year affiliation with The Score 1260 (WSKO) in Syracuse and one season with WUTQ in Utica, the Buffalo Bills will have new affiliates in both markets this coming season. Galaxy Communications has inked a deal to carry the games on TK99/105 (WTKV/WTKW) in Syracuse and Oswego, and on…Continue Reading[More »]

Wanna RoCK?  Heritage WRCK Call Letters Up for Grabs

Wanna RoCK? Heritage WRCK Call Letters Up for Grabs

UTICA-ROME — Do you own a rock station?  Would you like to legally identify it as WRCK, just like the former “Rock 107″ did for decades?  After acquiring the heritage call letters in March, locally-owned Roser Communications moved them to from 100.7FM to 1480AM in Remsen, and the company is now reportedly entertaining offers to…Continue Reading[More »]