Tag: Citadel Broadcasting

Hot 107.9 Announces "Summer Crush 2010"

SYRACUSE -- At least four national recording artists will be coming to Syracuse for "Summer Crush 2010," a concert announced this morning on Clear Channel's Hot 107.9 (WWHT). The concert is set to take place at the Onondaga County War Memorial at Oncenter in August... and interestingly, one of the headliners was just in town […]

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POTW: Summer Jam on the Island (2010)

SYRACUSE -- Earlier this month, Citadel CHR station 93Q (WNTQ) brought several national recording artists into town for its second "Summer Jam on the Island" concert.  Tickets were free, but the only way to get 'em was to win 'em.  Six acts were announced back in April, and at the last minute, the station added […]

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Joe Brown Exits Syracuse Crunch

SYRACUSE -- After just one season with the Syracuse Crunch, broadcaster Joe Brown has is no longer listed among the staff of the AHL club.  There's no word yet on who will be providing play-by-play for the team this coming season, but thankfully, the team has plenty of time to make that decision.

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Busy Weekend for WEOS

GENEVA -- It was a busy weekend for NPR affiliate WEOS. The station hosted a live taping of Says You in Geneva on Friday night and a live broadcast of Whad'ya Know in Ithaca on Saturday. Scott Fybush attended the Ithaca event and posted photos in this week's edition of NorthEast Radio Watch, published today.

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Wright: Radio "at a fork in the road"

SYRACUSE -- Longtime local radio personality and Syracuse University associate broadcasting professor Dr. Roosevelt "Rick" Wright says radio is "at a fork in the road," reflecting on the many recent format changes in the market. He also calls out larger corporate owners for buying too many "overvalued" stations too quickly, racking up painful debt.

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Citadel Emerges from Chapter 11

LAS VEGAS -- Citadel Broadcasting, the owner of more than 200 radio stations including four in Syracuse, has emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.  According to one published report, Citadel Chairman and CEO Farid Suleman said, "we're glad it's over and we can get on with running the company."

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The Score 1260 Adds Danny Parkins for Middays

SYRACUSE -- Another locally-produced show has been added to the lineup at The Score 1260 (WSKO). The addition of Danny Parkins will give the Citadel station eight solid hours of local sports talk every weekday, starting on Tuesday.  Updated 2:55pm with additional information from Citadel.

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The Score 1260 Lands Syracuse Crunch Games

SYRACUSE -- Play-by-play broadcasts of Syracuse Crunch hockey will have a new home starting this fall. The team has signed a deal with Citadel Broadcasting's The Score 1260 (WSKO), ending a long-lasting partnership with Clear Channel's Sportsradio 620 WHEN.

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Syracuse Press Club Holds Awards Dinner

SYRACUSE -- Public broadcaster WRVO took home First Place in the "Radio Newscast" category at the Syracuse Press Club awards dinner on Saturday night. The Oswego-based NPR affiliate took home four other first-place awards and a second-place title. Syracuse-based NPR affiliate WAER had the second-longest list of awards, and WSYR took home three titles. Updated […]

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Galaxy Unveils Local Afternoon Show for ESPN

SYRACUSE -- The New ESPN Radio (WTLA/WSGO and 97.7/100.1FM) will soon come through on its promise to expand upon locally-originated programming.  Disturbing the Peace will air during afternoon drive, starting Monday, May 17.  The show will be co-hosted primarily by Chris McManus and Anthony Riccobono.

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