New York Radio and TV Pages is reporting that Cram Communications has been awarded 720 AM. The city of license for the new frequency will be DeWitt.
Hot 107-9 morning man Dakota likes to have a good time in the morning.Whether it's an on-air prank at a local Wegmans or a live broadcastfrom a tattoo parlor, Dakota may be Syracuse's closest thing to the nationally syndicated 'The Howard Stern Show'.
Ted Long and Amy Robbins have signed a new contract that will keep them on the air at 93Q through December, 2004. 93Q Operations Manager Tom Mitchell says, 'the Ted & Amy Show has been the cornerstone of 93Q for over 12 years. I'm very glad to report that they'll continue their successful run here […]
Classic FM has hired two new on-air hosts, both with extensive classical music backgrounds. Bill Shedden, most recently and announcer at WWFM-FM in Trenton, NJ takes over as morning host. Rayna Schneider, a former flutist with the Catskill Symphony Orchestra, is the new midday host.
Eighteen-year WCNY-FM veteran Bonnie Beth Derby is leaving her position as midday host at Classic FM. She has accepted a position as full-time organist and music director at St. James Church in Syracuse. Derby plans to continue producing and hosting 'Choral Traditions' and 'Orgelwerke'.