SYRACUSE -- The Syracuse radio community is coming together for a benefit in support of market veteran Jim O'Brien.
Yesterday on Jim Reith's afternoon talk show, the 570 WSYR host fielded calls from listeners who were irate over a new state law that banned smoking, drinking, and eating while driving. The law was actually a hoax announced by Ted and Amy earlier in the day on Citadel's Top 40-formatted 93Q (WNTQ). Reith, not realizing […]
93Q's morning team of Ted Long and Amy Robbins have released a CD oftheir best on-air bits. The disc, appropriately titled "Ted and Amy's Greatest Bits - Volume 1", is available at local P&C stores for $9.93 with $2 from each sale benefiting local children's charities.
The Syracuse New Times has released its fifth annual 'Best of Syracuse' reader poll. Winners in the radio categories include K-Rock (WKRH/WKRL) for best station, Dakota of Hot 107-9 (WWHT) for best local disc jockey, and best local morning show honors once again go to 93Q's (WNTQ) Ted Long and Amy Robbins.
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 […]