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Dunn Leaving WHCU; Station Seeks News Director

Dunn Leaving WHCU; Station Seeks News Director

Updated 12/2 with email address for applicants.  ITHACA — After seven years overseeing news and programming for News/Talk 95.9 and 870 WHCU and Progressive Talk WNYY 1440, Geoff Dunn is leaving radio. Dunn has accepted a new position with Tompkins County, prompting the Cayuga Radio Group to begin accepting applications for News Director candidates at WHCU. We’ve got more about Dunn’s accomplishments, plus the official job posting within this story. Continue Reading

Local Affiliates Support Limbaugh Amid Controversy

CENTRAL NEW YORK — Dozens of national-level advertisers and two radio stations — one in Hawaii and one in Massachusetts — have severed ties with The Rush Limbaugh Show, over some well-publicized remarks Limbaugh made on-air recently.  But when it comes to affiliates in the three markets covered by, it appears Limbaugh’s future is… Continue Reading[More »]

Ithaca’s Q-Country 103.7 Seeks Afternoon Host

ITHACA/CORTLAND — The search is on for a new afternoon host at Q-Country 103.7 (WQNY), after Marty Brandon exited the station this week for new job outside of radio.  That leaves Chris Allinger juggling existing talent while he screens candidates for Brandon’s position and one other key vacancy in the Cayuga Radio Group cluster. Continue Reading[More »]

Dave Vieser Resigns From Ithaca’s WHCU

ITHACA/CORTLAND — Dave Vieser has resigned from his post as APD and co-host of the Morning News Watch on Ithaca news/talker WHCU.  Although some fans were displeased with the brief announcement made by the station on Friday morning, possibly fearing Vieser was laid off, GM Susan Johnston tells that Vieser resigned on his own accord. Continue Reading[More »]

WHCU Among New “Wall Street Journal This Morning” Affiliates

ITHACA/CORTLAND — WHCU is among several new affiliates airing “The Wall Street Journal this Morning with Gordon Deal,” according to a report published Wednesday.  The news/talk station, owned by Saga Communications, is one of ten new affiliates for the 30-minute show, which airs locally at 5:30 weekday mornings. Continue Reading[More »]