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FCC Approves NewsChannel 9 Sale

FCC Approves NewsChannel 9 Sale

SYRACUSE — More than three months after Newport Television announced plans to sell NewsChannel 9 (WSYR-TV) and eleven other TV stations to Nexstar Broadcasting, the deal has obtained the last required level of approval from the Federal Communications Commission.  If both sides hold to their original sales contract, the sale should close any day now. Continue Reading[More »]

No NFL Blackout Rule Changes for CNY

No NFL Blackout Rule Changes for CNY

SYRACUSE — For the first time in almost 40 years, the National Football League is relaxing its TV blackout policy. But Buffalo Bills fans in Syracuse and Utica won’t notice anything different: the Bills announced today that they won’t be exercising a new option to reduce the team’s “blackout threshold.” Continue Reading[More »]

Utica Radio Listeners Asked to Pick “Hottest” TV Newsies

Utica Radio Listeners Asked to Pick “Hottest” TV Newsies

UTICA-ROME — Who are the hottest TV news personalities in the Mohawk Valley?  Two radio stations are asking listeners to cast their votes online.  Classic hits Oldiez 96.1 (WODZ) is tallying votes for the hottest female on the small screen, while the website of AC Lite 98.7 (WLZW) is taking votes on Utica’s hottest TV… Continue Reading[More »]

FCC Ruling Allows TV Stations to Share Same Channel

FCC Ruling Allows TV Stations to Share Same Channel

WASHINGTON, DC — For years, the FCC has allowed television stations to reduce operating expenses by forming duopolies or other agreements where multiple stations are operated under one roof.  We have examples of this here in Syracuse and Utica.  And soon, there could be another chance to save more money: the FCC has announced a… Continue Reading[More »]

The Biggest Stories of 2011: Your Picks

CENTRAL NEW YORK — Tomorrow, we’ll tally up our web server stats and countdown the top 10 stories of the year, as ranked by number of page views. First, we’re adding something new to our “Year in Review” coverage this year: earlier this month, we put out an open call for YOUR opinions on the… Continue Reading[More »]