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POTW: Eric Reinhardt Moving to Buffalo (2011)

SYRACUSE — Former WSYR radio news anchor Eric Reinhardt is returning to radio full-time. After spending the last 3 years working for the Central New York Business Journal (and voicing “Business Briefs from the Central New York Business Journal” for WSYR), Reinhardt will join the news team at Buffalo’s WBEN this Monday. Earlier this week,… Continue Reading[More »]

CC Puts “570” Back on WSYR, GM Explains Changes

SYRACUSE — When WSYR’s news/talk format first started simulcasting at 106.9FM three weeks ago, staffers said it was actually the other way around — the station moved to 106.9 and was simulcasting on 570.  All mentions of 570 disappeared.  But, a week after anchors and hosts started calling it “FM Newsradio 106.9 and 570 WSYR,”… Continue Reading[More »]

WSYR Reportedly Cuts 2 Reporters

Updated 1/17 — SYRACUSE — As national radio news websites like Radio-Info.com report on job cuts at Clear Channel stations across the country, we’ve heard rumblings that those cuts include two reporters at FM Newsradio 106.9 WSYR.  While the cuts have not been confirmed by Clear Channel management, we’ve heard from multiple readers known to… Continue Reading[More »]

POTW: Kickball Tournament (2010)

SYRACUSE — For the fifth year, dozens gathered at Onondaga Lake Park to compete in the Bill Leaf Memorial Kickball Tournament.  In addition to the summer league and “civilian” teams that participate every year, various media outlets have formed their own teams to remember the former WSYR reporter who was killed by a drunk driver… Continue Reading[More »]

Syracuse Press Club Holds Awards Dinner

SYRACUSE — Public broadcaster WRVO took home First Place in the “Radio Newscast” category at the Syracuse Press Club awards dinner on Saturday night. The Oswego-based NPR affiliate took home four other first-place awards and a second-place title. Syracuse-based NPR affiliate WAER had the second-longest list of awards, and WSYR took home three titles. Updated… Continue Reading[More »]