CNY Central (WSTM / WTVH / CW6) says the married duo of Sports Director Niko Tamurian and WTVH morning news anchor Farah Jadran are moving to Seattle.
SYRACUSE -- Congratulations are in order for CNY Central Sports Director Niko Tamurian and Syracuse Woman Magazine Managing Editor Farah Jadran. Tamurian "popped the question" on stage during a packed charity fundraiser last week, and Jadran accepted his proposal.
Updated 4/5 -- ATLANTA -- For the first time since 2003, the Syracuse University men's basketball team has reached the Final Four of the NCAA tournament. Several local radio and TV stations have dispatched crews to Atlanta to cover the team's next game on Saturday... and hopefully they'll have a reason to stick around for the […]
SYRACUSE -- Given the sudden popularity of the "Harlem Shake" -- more than 93,000 videos on YouTube in less than a month -- it was only a matter of time until a local television station got in on the action. And "first" bragging rights go to the crew at CNY Central. Adding to the flavor, […]
SYRACUSE -- Congratulations to East Syracuse native Niko Tamurian, who was officially named Sports Director for the CNY Central trio of television stations today. He replaces John Evenson, who left earlier this month for a new job in Florida.
SYRACUSE -- With the Syracuse University mens basketball team starting the NCAA tournament yesterday as a #1 seed, it's no surprise that everyone's literally been seeing orange all over the place this week. And that includes the wardrobes of local television newscasters.
SYRACUSE -- Top journalists from Syracuse and surrounding markets gathered for the Syracuse Press Club's 33rd annual Scholarship and Professional Recognition Awards Dinner last night at Drumlins Country Club in Syracuse. Public stations WRVO and WAER dominated the radio categories, while there were plenty of ties for winners in the television categories.
SYRACUSE -- Radio versus TV... who will win? You can see for yourself tonight when local broadcasting personalities from CNYCentral (WSTM/WTVH) television take on colleagues from Galaxy Communications radio. They'll be playing basketball to raise money for Golisano Children's Hospital and for a local school teacher who's battling Lou Gehrig's Disease.