After poor ratings and an increasing number of affiliates opting not to carry Howard Stern's Saturday night television show, King World has decided to pull the plug.
If you're looking for the inside scoop on this year's Syracuse University football program, make sure to tune into WNSS 1260 AM on Sunday nights at 8 p.m. for Captains' Wrap. The hour-long show, hosted by teammates Kyle Johnson and Graham Manley, features spirited chat between the cohosts and calls from listeners.
Syndicated morning host Howard Stern, heard locally on 95X, announced today that he has received a personal invitation to testify before a congressional subcommittee investigating the handling of donations for relief efforts following the September 11 terrorist attacks. Stern, who has raised over $3 million for the New York City victims' families, was invited to […]
Since the September 11 terrorist attacks, the Federal Communications Commission has seen a dramatic increase in the number of listener complaints about on-air content. Howard Stern's syndicated morning show leads the list due in part to comments from one member of the show proposing that New York City prostitutes provide complimentary sexual favors to city […]
Local rock station 95X is teaming up with area Chrysler Jeep dealers to sponsor The American Pride Rally 2001. The event is scheduled for Saturday October 20 from 4-7 p.m. in Armory Square. Bands in the lineup include Los Blancos, Eddy Current and Uncle Fester.
Howard Stern's relief fund for the families of New York City firefighters, police, and EMS personnel got off to a quick start on Friday by raising over a million dollars in its first day. For more information on how to help, go to: www.howardstern.com.
Former 93Q staff member Neil Sullivan died on Thursday, 9/13 after a short battle with lung cancer. Sullivan, who most recently worked as program director of WMEQ in Maine, was a 20-year radio veteran who also spent time in Worcester, Milford, and on Cape Cod. Funeral services are scheduled for this Friday, 9/21 in Dennis, […]
It was a busy and rewarding day yesterday for ten area radio stations. Clear Channel stations B104.7, Y94FM, Hot 107-9, Power 106.9, 570 WSYR, and SportsRadio 620 collected over $500,000 for the relief effort in New York City and Washington D.C.. Citadel stations 93Q, 95X, Lite 105.9, and WNSS AM raised nearly $110,000. Donations will […]