Citadel rocker 95X (WAQX) has once again changed its morning show. Effective today, the syndicated Opie & Anthony Show is out, and locally-programmed "Shut Up & Rock Mornings" are in. WAQX had carried the O&A show since January 2007.
Sports commentator and blogger Brent Axe, host of "On the Block" on ESPN Radio 1260 (WNSS), reminsces about the early part of his career in radio, "the disease" that comes with being a radio talk show host and his frustration over the presidental elections, in an interview with "The Big Orange Bloggin Chuck."
Don Imus is once again in the hot seat, defending comments he made during his nationally syndicated show Monday morning -- comments which some are saying, were racist in nature. Imus explains that wasn't his intent, and at least one prominent blogger takes his word for it. Imus is heard locally on 92.7 The Drive […]
NewsChannel 9's local talk show "Bridge Street" will be guest-hosted tomorrow by 93Q morning co-hosts Ted Long and Amy Robbins. Nothing yet on NewsChannel 9's Bridge Street website (as of 1:30pm today), but the longtime morning team has mentioned it on their own show.
It's been 30 years since Dave Frisina first came on the Syracuse radio scene. The man who started the popular show "Soundcheck" on Citadel's 95X (WAQX), later taking it with him over to TK99/105 (WTKW-WTKV), is featured in this week's edition of the Syracuse New Times.
It's become more common in the past few years, especially in Syracuse -- live coverage of sporting events on FM music stations. What do you think of the practice? Our weekly poll on the topic is already closed, but you can still post comments with your thoughts.