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Roger Springfield sentence: 5 years probation

Roger Springfield sentence: 5 years probation

SYRACUSE — Former WSTM-TV sports director Roger Springfield will be on probation for five years, after admitting he secretly videotaped student athletes in locker rooms while working as media director for Syracuse University Athletics. This morning’s court sentence allows Springfield to avoid having to register as a sex offender. Continue Reading

Ethics question: Did WSTM properly handle disclosing Springfield’s past employment?

Ethics question: Did WSTM properly handle disclosing Springfield’s past employment?

SYRACUSE — The big story for Syracuse news outlets on Tuesday was the arraignment of Roger Springfield.  While working as media director for Syracuse University athletics, Springfield is accused of secretly videotaping male student athletes in the locker room after a number of games.  Before working at SU, Springfield was sports director at WSTM-TV from… Continue Reading[More »]

Ex-WSTM sportscaster accused of unlawfully recording locker room video

Ex-WSTM sportscaster accused of unlawfully recording locker room video

SYRACUSE — Former WSTM sportscaster Roger Springfield is accused of illegally videotaping more than 100 male student athletes in Syracuse University locker rooms, during his time as head of media for the school’s athletics department. That’s the word from authorities today, a little over a month since Springfield was fired from the post. Continue Reading[More »]

Report: Police, DA investigating former WSTM sports director

Report: Police, DA investigating former WSTM sports director

SYRACUSE — Former WSTM-TV sports director Roger Springfield, who has most-recently been working as media director for Syracuse University athletics, has been removed from his post at the university.  This, after local authorities confirmed Springfield is under investigation by Syracuse Police and the Onondaga County District Attorney’s office. Continue Reading[More »]