SYRACUSE -- Cumulus top-40 station 93Q (WNTQ) is hosting "Five Dates in Five Days" to find a Valentine for Town of Salina supervisor Mark Nicotra. After all five dates, listeners get to vote for who they feel was the most compatible date.
SYRACUSE -- Among TV stations, it was a fairly even split between channels 3 and 9 for the 2011 Best of Syracuse awards. On the radio side, 93Q (WNTQ) is the big winner. The awards were announced in today's edition of the weekly Syracuse NewTimes newspaper.
SYRACUSE -- You may have heard on the air (or read on CNYRadio.com's Facebook page), that 93Q (WNTQ) morning co-host Ted Long underwent gastric bypass surgery last week. We're glad to report he returned to work yesterday. According to a report published today, Long has already lost nearly 25 pounds -- and says he wants […]
SYRACUSE -- When you visit The Great New York State Fair later this summer (in just 36 days, to be exact), you'll hear a pair of familiar voices on the public address speakers throughout the fairgrounds. Longtime 93Q (WNTQ) morning co-hosts Ted Long and Amy Robbins are the fair's new announcers.
CENTRAL NEW YORK -- All this week we're celebrating the 10th anniversary of CNYRadio.com with a series of special reports. Yesterday, several folks who've been in local radio for 10+ years explained why they feel consolidation was "the" biggest story from the past decade. Despite the negative side of consolidation, most radio pros are optimistic for what's […]
SYRACUSE -- It was March 1, 2001 -- exactly ten years ago today -- that CNYRadio.com was born. Today, we begin a series of articles to mark the occasion. To get things started, we thought it would be fun to follow-up on the site's very first story from a decade ago: internet rumors that […]
SYRACUSE -- Citing a "decline in ratings and funding," WCNY-TV has cancelled WCNY Connected, a weekly lifestyle/entertainment show hosted by 93Q (WNTQ) morning co-hosts Ted Long and Amy Robbins. Additionally, the station is pushing its long-running Central Issues back to its original weekly format, after trying out the show as a daily offering for awhile.
SYRACUSE -- You've heard her on the radio, you've seen her on television, and for the next few weeks, you'll even see the smiling face of 93Q (WNTQ) morning co-host Amy Robbins all over the area -- in supermarket checkout lanes, on newsstands, and elsewhere. She's featured on the cover of the premiere issue of […]
Your editor is just back from a week of much-needed vacation. While we had a few advance stories "in the can" to auto-publish during the week off, there are several items we missed while away. This afternoon, we finally catch-up on some of those events we missed while we were out.