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CNYRadio.com stopped covering the Watertown radio market in 2010, but our archive of stories remains available.


Regent picks up 12 new stations

The price tag: $62 million. What Regent Communications gets in return: 12 radio stations owned by Brill Media in Reading, PA, Evansville, IN, Owensboro, KY, Duluth, MN, and Ft. Collins, CO. Look for the deal to be finalized late this year or early 2003. Regent's current holdings include nine stations in the Utica-Rome and Watertown […]

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WCNY membership drive raises over $60,000

Central New York's only classical music station got a big thumbs up from its listeners during a recent membership campaign. CLASSIC FM raised over $60,000, money that will help pay the public radio station's operating expenses.

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Lisa Simeone to appear at Syracuse fundraiser

National Public Radio's Lisa Simeone will be the featured speaker at the Women's Fund Annual Celebration at 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Landmark Theater.

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New generator for WRVO insures continuous service

With the recent installation of a new 35,000 watt propane-powered generator at its main transmitting facility, WRVO will now be able to continue broadcasting its signal during emergency power outages.

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Rush Limbaugh undergoes surgery

Conservative talk show host Rush Limbaugh, who slowly became completely deaf earlier this year, underwent surgery yesterday to place a cochlear implant in one ear.

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WRVO asks to move Watertown relay

Watertown's WRVJ 91.7 FM may be getting a boost, and to do that will involve moving its transmitter. The station, which is a relay for Oswego-based public radio station WRVO,

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WRVO completes successful fund drive

The staff at local public radio station WRVO were smiling at the end of this year's eight-day fall fundraiser. Listeners pledged a total of $110,000, which was $10,000 more than the station's targeted goal. WRVO and it's affiliate stations broadcast from transmitters in Oswego, Syracuse, Utica, Cortland, and Watertown.

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WRVO kicks off fall fundraiser

Local National Public Radio affiliate WRVO FM 90 begins its eight-day fall fundraiser today.

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Syracuse market slips in new Arbitron rankings

In an effort to bring its rankings of the top 285 radio markets in the country up-to-date with the latest census figures, Arbitron rating service has released a new list which reflects minor changes for upstate New York markets.

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WCNY names new station manager

Local public broadcasting outlet WCNY has named Paul A. Dunn of Clinton, NY as its new station manager. Dunn, who steps up from his role as director of corporate support, will oversee WCNY-TV (channel 24) and public radio station "Classic FM" which is broadcast regionally on 91.3 FM in Syracuse (WCNY-FM), 89.5 FM in Utica […]

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