Tag: SUNY Cortland

Cortland's WSUC-FM increases power, expands reach

CORTLAND -- The fiery breath of "90.5 The Dragon" (WSUC-FM) will soon cover more territory beyond the SUNY Cortland campus.  The station -- which also serves as a part-time repeater of Oswego-based NPR news/talk affiliate WRVO -- is well on its way to gaining final FCC approval for an increase in transmission power.

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WRVO's "Foneless February" Aims to Minimize On-Air Fundraising

SYRACUSE -- Whether you enjoy public broadcasting on a daily basis, or only once or twice a week, chances are you're not too pleased whenever you tune-in your favorite programs, only to find they've been interrupted, delayed or pre-empted by a pledge drive.  But WRVO says it'll limit its spring on-air fundraising to just one […]

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WSUC Re-Applies to Increase Power

CORTLAND -- SUNY Cortland's WSUC 90.5, which serves as a part-time simulcast for programming from Oswego's WRVO, has applied for permission to increase its broadcast power levels. This is the second time the FCC has accepted an application for the change, after the original construction permit filed in 2007 expired last week.

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WSUC Alumni Reunion Planned

One of the folks shown in a recent Picture of the Week (depicting the 1976 WSUC management team) writes to tell us SUNY Cortland is planning a WSUC Reunion as part of the college's Alumni Weekend next year.

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New generator for WRVO insures continuous service

With the recent installation of a new 35,000 watt propane-powered generator at its main transmitting facility, WRVO will now be able to continue broadcasting its signal during emergency power outages.

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WRVO completes successful fund drive

The staff at local public radio station WRVO were smiling at the end of this year's eight-day fall fundraiser. Listeners pledged a total of $110,000, which was $10,000 more than the station's targeted goal. WRVO and it's affiliate stations broadcast from transmitters in Oswego, Syracuse, Utica, Cortland, and Watertown.

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