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


Sarah Buynovsky moves to television

570 WSYR's Sarah Buynovsky said goodbye to listeners Friday afternoon as she transitions to her new position in television news at Time Warner's New 10 Now. Buynovsky, a reporter and afternoon news anchor for the news-talk station, received on-air well wishes from co-anchor Jules Thompson and Bill Leaf who put together a brief retrospective of […]

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Rick Gary returns to radio

Y94FM (WYYY) has a new morning team. Station management confirmed yesterday that Rick Gary will pair up with Kathy Rowe for the 5-9 a.m. shift beginning next Monday. Gary, who has a long history in Syracuse radio, recently gave up his morning television duties at WIXT channel 9 where he still plans to unveil a […]

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Rick Gary to host new show

Longtime radio jock turned longtime morning television personality Rick Gary has a new gig at WIXT Channel 9. The former WOLF and WSYR morning man is slated to host a new half-hour show weekdays at 12:30 p.m. No official launch date has been announced for the show which is still in the planning stages. Gary, […]

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Doug Logan to manage local sports channel

When Doug Logan announced last October that he was stepping down as sports director at WIXT TV 9, he said that he wasn't going away for good. Well, he's back. On Friday, Time Warner Cable announced that it has hired Logan to manage its local sports channel, Time Warner Sports 26. Logan's broadcasting resume includes […]

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Bill Colley leaves WSYR for WFBL

Buckley Broadcasting is after a bigger chunk of the news/talk radio audience in Central New York and has looked down the dial for help. On the heels of moving its talk programming from 1050 AM to the stronger 1390 AM frequency it recently acquired from Crawford Broadcasting, WFBL has hired Bill Colley to be the […]

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Dave Bullard joins WSYR's news staff

After a 15-year break from radio, former 62 WHEN newsman Dave Bullard has joined the news staff at 570 WSYR, handling midday anchor duties during the week. Bullard, who also worked for WTVH TV 5 and has been the managing editor for online daily local news sites for Fulton, Oswego, and Baldwinsville, says, "After five […]

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Doug Logan resigns from WIXT

Doug Logan has been sports director at WIXT TV 9 since 1984. All that is about to change. The veteran Syracuse broadcaster announced yesterday that he is leaving the station to pursue other interests. Although he wasn't specific as to what those interests might be, Logan did say he wasn't going away for good. In […]

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WSYR news staff changes

The departure of 570 WSYR's news director and afternoon anchor, Bill Carey, to Time Warner's new 24-hour news cable channel News 10 Now, left WSYR with some slots to fill. Reporter Bill Colley has taken over afternoon anchor duties. Meanwhile, veteran anchor and assistant news director Chris Weidman says the search for a news director […]

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Lawsuit filed in the death of Rick Gary's daughter

Antoinette Flegal, the administratrix of the estate of her daughter, Jessica, who died last year in a LaFayette auto accident, has filed a $2 million lawsuit against the estate of the driver of the car involved. Jessica's father, Rick Flegal, is Syracuse radio and television veteran Rick Gary. The Syracuse Post-Standard has more on the […]

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Time Warner cancels Ted & Amy

Time Warner Cable has decided to drop eight weekly programs that it produces locally in order to focus their efforts on a new regional sports channel and the launch of its 24-hour local news channel. One of the casualties is the weekly arts and entertainment show Ted & Amy hosted by 93Q (WNTQ) morning hosts […]

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