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Bob & Tom Show produces song to cheer on the Orange

SYRACUSE -- The crew at the syndicated "Bob and Tom" morning show, heard locally on Cumulus Media's 105.9 The Rebel (WXTL), has produced a song to cheer on the Syracuse Orange as they continue to advance through the NCAA men's basketball tournament.

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CBS Sports' Seth Davis loses bet with Gomez & Dave

SYRACUSE -- Before the NCAA men's basketball tournament started, CBS Sports / Sports Illustrated analyst Seth Davis had predicted the 4-seed Syracuse Orange would be upset by 13-seed Montana.  Davis agreed to a friendly wager with local radio hosts Gomez and Dave, and when Syracuse won big, Davis made good on the bet, on national […]

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Gomez and Dave place friendly NCAA tourney wager with Seth Davis

SYRACUSE -- Basketball expert Seth Davis of Sports Illustrated and CBS Sports thinks 13-seed Montana will upset 4-seed Syracuse in the first round of the NCAA men's basketball tournament.  Local morning radio hosts Gomez and Dave are hoping Davis is wrong -- they'll be "out in the cold," so to speak, if Syracuse loses tonight.

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WAER names headliner for Jazz Appreciation Month celebration

SYRACUSE -- She has performed with big names like Beyoncé and Nancy Wilson, and soon, modern jazz artist Tia Fuller will be performing in Syracuse.  WAER-FM 88.3 announced today, the acclaimed saxophonist will headline its Jazz Appreciation Month celebration in late April.

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Big awards for 3 former Syracuse sportscasters

SALISBURY, NC-- Dave Pasch, Bill Roth and Steve Hyder have been named "Sportcasters of the Year" in their respective current home states, by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association.  All three men have previously worked as sportscasters in Syracuse.

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Syracuse University's WAER seeks Broadcast Engineer

SYRACUSE -- Syracuse University public radio station 88.3 WAER is looking to hire a broadcast engineer.  The eventual hire oversee all technical aspects of the NPR affiliate's technical facilities, including the on-air audio chain from the studios to the transmitter, as well as IT-related duties such as computer and network maintenance.

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WJPZ Alumni Association unveils lineup for annual banquet

SYRACUSE -- ABC News Radio correspondent Steven Portnoy will be the keynote speaker at the WJPZ Alumni Association's 28th annual birthday banquet this March.  The festivities will be emceed by the Class of 2007's Ralphie Aversa, who is now the night jock at New York's WPLJ-FM.  The banquet is part of a full weekend of […]

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Ex-WSTM sportscaster accused of unlawfully recording locker room video

SYRACUSE -- Former WSTM sportscaster Roger Springfield is accused of illegally videotaping more than 100 male student athletes in Syracuse University locker rooms, during his time as head of media for the school's athletics department. That's the word from authorities today, a little over a month since Springfield was fired from the post.

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POTW: Z89 Launches New Studio [VIDEO]

SYRACUSE -- It's a moment many broadcasting students at Syracuse University have been eagerly awaiting for nearly two years.  Plans to expand the facilities of Z89 (WJPZ-FM) and CitrusTV were first announced in early 2011.  And just a little over a week ago, Z89 flipped the switch to begin broadcasting from its brand new studio.

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WAER Offers Tributes to Dave Brubeck

SYRACUSE -- Yesterday was a sad day for jazz fans worldwide, with the news of the passing of legendary jazz artist Dave Brubeck.  The musician died in Connecticut, just a day short of his ninety-second birthday.  Here in Central New York, hosts at WAER 88.3 went out of their way to demonstrate Brubeck's impact on […]

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