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Where Are They Now? New Jobs for Couzens, Walsh

SYRACUSE -- Time for our latest installment from the "Where Are They Now?" file.  Two former Syracuse broadcasters are moving to new jobs.  Mike Couzens recently left the Syracuse sports radio scene to take a job in New York City.  And one timezone west, former CNY broadcast journalist Leila Walsh leaves the NBC affiliate in […]

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Syracuse Press Club Opens Award Entries

SYRACUSE -- The Syracuse Press Club is now accepting entries for its annual awards competition.  There are several different categories within TV, radio, various forms of print media, and online.  There are also some categories just for college students.  You don't have to be an SPC member to submit entries, and the competition is open […]

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WSYR-TV Unveils HD Plans, New Logo, Anchor Shuffle

SYRACUSE -- ABC affiliate NewsChannel 9 (WSYR-TV) says it will become Syracuse's first TV station to produce local programming in high-definition, starting next month.  Viewers can also look for a brand new studio set, a few anchor lineup changes and a different logo.

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Fox 68 & My43 Blackouts Averted... For Now

SYRACUSE -- The new year begins with new developments in the ongoing dispute between Time Warner Cable and Sinclair Broadcast Group.  Instead of being pulled off cable lineups nationwide last night, 31 Sinclair stations -- including Syracuse's Fox 68 (WSYT) and My43 (WNYS), will remain available on cable... for at least two more weeks. 

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The Year in Review: 2010

CENTRAL NEW YORK -- When you think of all the station sales and format flips we recapped right here exactly one year ago, we wondered how 2010 would compare with 2009.    After all, 2009 was a pretty busy year.  But, as we once again review all that happened over the past twelve months... 2010 did […]

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Time Warner Disputes with Smith & Sinclair Heat Up

CENTRAL NEW YORK -- There's still no end in sight to two separate disputes involving Time Warner Cable and the owners of different local television stations.  In Syracuse, Sinclair-owned stations Fox 68 (WSYT) and My43 (WNYS) are set to disappear from Time Warner lineups at 11:59pm on Friday night.  In Utica, Smith Media's NBC affiliate […]

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WCNY Hosting New Year's Party

SYRACUSE -- Public broadcaster WCNY says tickets are still available for "The Party: WCNY's New Year Celebration," happening at the Oncenter Ballroom in Syracuse.  Admission includes food, an open bar and a midnight champagne toast.  For those who prefer a quieter New Year's Eve at home, WCNY will televise the event live.

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WCNY Signs New Roger Ebert Show

SYRACUSE -- Local PBS affiliate WCNY appears on the list of stations that have signed up to carry the next incarnation of Roger Ebert's movie review program.  It's titled Roger Ebert presents At the Movies and it's set to debut next month.

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WSTM/WTVH Debut "Enhanced Widescreen"

SYRACUSE -- Anyone who works inside TV knows "enhanced widescreen" isn't the same thing as true high-definition, but the folks at CNY Central (the trio comprised of WSTM, WTVH and WSTQ-LP) are still hoping their new "enhanced widescreen" newscasts, debuting today, will turn some heads.  Updated 12/14.

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Former WSTM Anchor Gets CBS Early Show Gig

NEW YORK CITY -- Local fans of former WSTM anchor/reporter Jeff Glor will have more chances to see him on TV starting in 2011. The current Saturday anchor of the CBS Evening News will take over the news desk at the CBS Early Show.

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