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News items related to the Syracuse TV market. Counties: Cayuga, Cortland, Madison, Oneida-West (including Rome), Onondaga, Oswego, Seneca, Tompkins.


Bill Baker narrates movie palace documentary

WCNY TV 24 takes a look back at Central New York's great movie palaces of the past in the 90-minute documentary "Central New York's Picture Palaces" airing tonight at 8 p.m. The show, hosted by WCNY's midday radio host, Bill Baker, and Karen Colizzi Noonan, president of the Theatre Historical Society of America, explores the […]

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Bill Carey returning to television

Veteran Syracuse newsman Bill Carey is leaving 570 WSYR for Time Warner Cable's new 24-hour local news channel, News 10 Now. Carey, who has been WSYR's news director and afternoon anchor for the past two years, worked previously as a reporter for WIXT TV 9 and news director at WTVH 5. His last day at […]

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Gomez joins TV 5's Central New York Live!

TK-99 morning man Glenn 'Gomez' Adams has signed with WTVH TV 5 to take part in client-sponsored segments on the station's Central New York Live! program. The move helps to more clearly define the line between news and sponsored content as Donna Adamo, who remains the host of the hour-long daily show airing at 5 […]

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Big Mike guest hosts on Freaky Flix and Food

Sunny 102.1's Big Mike is this week's guest host on WTVH 5's Freaky Flix and Food. Mike and co-host Chef William from the Wagner Winery will cook up something tasty while presenting the 1977 gruesome B-movie 'The Worm Eaters.' Show time is 11:30 this Saturday night, February 15 on channel 5. Since last month's departure […]

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WIXT takes over WSYR weather gig

Clear Channel Communications has retained Pat Pagano as the weather forecaster of choice for mornings on 570 WSYR, but for the rest of the day, WIXT TV 9 meteorologists now handle the task. With Clear Channel's acquisition of WIXT, Pagano was not surprised with the move. WSYR's programming head, Rich Lauber, has no complaints with […]

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Tom Hauf moves to TV 5 evenings, stays put at TK-99

Local meteorologist Tom Hauf has been promoted from morning television duties at WTVH 5 to the coveted evening slot. The switch in shifts won't affect his duties at TK-99,

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Jim Lerch to program WHEN

WIXT TV 9 sports reporter and anchor Jim Lerch has been named the new program director at SportsRadio 620 WHEN. While at channel 9, Lerch presented the NewsChannel 9 'Athlete of the Week' award every Wednesday and also anchored 'Friday Night Fever' coverage during the high school football season. Jim also works as a play-by-play […]

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Sheryl Nathans diagnosed with terminal cancer

Veteran Syracuse broadcaster Sheryl Nathans announced this week that she has incurable lung cancer and has moved into a Pennsylvania hospice to "go as gently into the night as I can."

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Former news anchor Ron Curtis dies

Local television news legend Ron Curtis died yesterday after a year-long battle with cancer. Curtis, who began his long television career at channel 5 in 1960, started out in radio at the age of 15 when he dropped out of Solvay high school to take an announcing job at WFBL AM.

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