Tag: Cram Communications

Morning Show vs. The Recession

SYRACUSE -- The morning team at MOViN 100.3/96.5 (WOLF-FM/WWLF-FM) is extending a helping hand to listeners who've been unemployed during this nasty recession -- by helping them to find jobs.

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MOViN Morning Show Shuffle

There are some changes in the on-air lineup at Cram Communications Hot AC MOViN 100.3/96.5 (WOLF-FM/WWLF-FM).  Original morning show co-host Heather Dee is back, alongside Skip Clark.  UPDATED 11/12 with info on what happened to Jessica and Jeremy.

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MOViN Wins 3 'Best of Syracuse' Awards

Movin 100.3 (WOLF-FM) and its on-air staff have won three "2008 Best of Syracuse" awards from the Syracuse New-Times.  The station itself won for "Best Local Radio Station" and two on-air personalities won in other categories.

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Movin Seeks Weekend Warriors

Movin 100.3/96.5 has some openings for part-time air talent.  PD Skip Clark is looking for experienced jocks who are available to work weekends, holidays and fill-in shifts.

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Skip Clark Gets PD Stripes at MOViN'

Skip Clark has been filling in on mornings for MOViN 100.3/96.5 for quite some time, and now, multiple sources report that change is permanent.  Clark has also been promoted to Program Director, and there are some other changes at the station.

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FCC Denies WVOA-AM Permit Extension

According to, an attempt by Cram Communications to extend the construction permit for WVOA-AM in DeWitt has been denied. The article says a local building moratorium and a zoning-related lawsuit forced Cram to delay construction. The ruling doesn't take away Cram's CP. They can still build, but the clock continues ticking toward the deadline.

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Local Radio Disney winner heads to California

AUBURN, NY -- Heather Lardeo, a 12-year-old Auburn resident, is off to Anaheim, California this weekend to compete with seven other contestants in a national singing competition sponsored by Radio Disney.

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New AM station for Syracuse

New York Radio and TV Pages is reporting that Cram Communications has been awarded 720 AM. The city of license for the new frequency will be DeWitt.

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