Tag: Citadel Broadcasting

Citadel Gets New Call Letters for "The Score 1260"

SYRACUSE -- New call letters are in effect today for Citadel's AM 1260. According to Operations Manager Tom Mitchell, the former WNSS is now officially identified as WSKO. The new calls fit in with the station's new branding, as "The Score 1260."

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Citadel Confirms New WNSS Lineup; Also Lite Rock Going FM Talk

SYRACUSE -- Big news from the Citadel camp on James Street this afternoon: the station confirms WNSS will remain a sports-talker branded as "The Score 1260" as of March 5th. Even more of a surprise: Lite Rock 105.9 will be flipped to an FM talk format, branded as "105.9 The Big Talker."

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Internet Registrations Reveal Likely New WNSS Branding

Update 2:00pm: These changes are now confirmed by Citadel - see the full story. SYRACUSE -- Looks like ESPN Radio 1260 (WNSS) will be branded as "The Score 1260" after it loses its ESPN affiliation later next week. The new name was revealed by a website that keeps a close eye out for new radio […]

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Brent Axe to Get National TV Time

SYRACUSE -- Online sports columnist and radio talk show host Brent Axe will be getting some national TV time this coming weekend, covering the historical outdoor AHL game at the State Fairgrounds.

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Ted & Amy Win Achievement Award

SYRACUSE -- Congratulations once again to Ted Long and Amy Robbins -- the morning show duo at Citadel's 93Q (WNTQ) have another award to add to their display case. Ted and Amy are among eight people in the community named as winners of the 2010 Post-Standard Achievement Awards.

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WHEN to Replace Imus on March 5

SYRACUSE -- Less than a year after he was reinstated to morning drive -- following a two-year absence in the market -- syndicated talker Don Imus will once again be dropped from the lineup at WHEN.

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Irish Power Hour Goes Live on Location Sunday

SYRACUSE -- For the first time since the "Irish Power Hour" debuted on Lite Rock 105.9 (WLTI) last March, the show is hitting the road for a live broadcast at Tipperary Hill's Blarney Stone Tavern this weekend.

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Galaxy FM Translators Ready for ESPN Radio

Updated 1/27 at 4:00pm -SYRACUSE -- It appears that both FM translators that will soon be part of Galaxy Communications' ESPN Radio affiliation are ready for the change, more than a month in advance.  The translator at 97.7FM (W249BC/Mattydale) has switched from simulcasting K-Rock (WKRL) to simulcasting future ESPN Radio anchor WTLA (1200).

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Galaxy's ESPN Radio Signs NCAA Hoops Tourney, NY Giants Games

SYRACUSE and UTICA-ROME -- The New ESPN Radio 97.7 and 100.1 FM haven't even launched yet, but owner Galaxy Communications is announcing some big additions to their programming lineups: namely, coverage of the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament this spring and live coverage of New York Giants games next season.

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Citadel Files Pre-Arranged Bankruptcy Plan

LAS VEGAS -- The long-awaited rumors of Citadel Broadcasting's "pre-arranged bankruptcy" plan are now reality.  Several sources are reporting the company -- which owns 224 stations, including 4 in Syracuse -- officially filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection this morning.

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