Tag: Time Warner Cable

Multi-station "Protecting Our Children" special nominated for Emmy Award

SYRACUSE -- When you see several TV stations airing the same thing at the same time, you know it's a big deal.  It doesn't happen often.  But last spring, several local stations turned their competition into cooperation.  Together, they produced and simulcast "Protecting Our Children," a one-hour special to raise awareness of child abuse.  Almost […]

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CNY Journalists Travel to Rome for Canonization of Marianne Cope

Updated 10/20 -- ROME, ITALY -- She was born in Utica in 1838 and, after joining the Sisters of Saint Francis, she helped establish hospitals which still stand today there, and in Syracuse. This weekend, Mother Marianne Cope will be officially canonized as a Saint by the Roman Catholic Church. Several local TV journalists have […]

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FCC Lifts Basic Cable Encryption Ban

WASHINGTON, DC -- For many years, cable TV customers who didn't want to pay the extra fee to rent or buy a set-top box could still see plenty of channels by connecting a cable directly to their TV sets.  Even today, it's possible to see most of Time Warner's analog channels and local broadcast digital […]

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YNN Seeking Assignment Editor

SYRACUSE -- When a news organization is "on top of stuff" every day, that's usually thanks in great part to its assignment editors.  They're the folks behind the scenes who keep an eye out for things that might be newsworthy, and decide how the station's going to get it all covered.  If it sounds like […]

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New Roles for Logan and Franklin-King

SYRACUSE -- Doug Logan isn't leaving his job as Director of Time Warner Cable Sports, but he's adding a new role to help shape the future of a local hospital. Meantime, Karin Franklin-King, one of Logan's former co-workers, has a new job of her own.

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Elsewhere: Louisville, KY Fans Embrace WROC-TV

ROCHESTER -- Although it's been a slow week in territory, there's notable news to the west: a corporate stalemate has resulted in Rochester CBS affiliate WROC-TV getting piped into cable systems in Louisville, Kentucky -- and some viewers there are having some fun with the swap.

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Reminder: "Protecting Our Children" on Several Syracuse Stations Tomorrow

SYRACUSE -- As reported right here earlier this month, several local television stations will be putting aside competition for one hour tomorrow night, joining forces to raise awareness about child abuse in Central New York.  Protecting Our Children will air in three different timeslots tomorrow night -- the most-prominent being at 7:00pm, when six TV stations […]

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TV Stations Unite to Raise Child Abuse Awareness

Updated 4/5 with additional details -- SYRACUSE -- On Wednesday, April 25 at 7pm, five local TV stations will be airing the same program at the same time. Two other stations will also run the program, at different times. It's an unprecedented movement to raise awareness of a very serious topic: child abuse. The one-hour […]

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The Biggest Stories of 2011: Your Picks

CENTRAL NEW YORK -- Tomorrow, we'll tally up our web server stats and countdown the top 10 stories of the year, as ranked by number of page views. First, we're adding something new to our "Year in Review" coverage this year: earlier this month, we put out an open call for YOUR opinions on the […]

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Former YNN Reporter Lands Big Apple Gig

NEW YORK CITY -- Former YNN Syracuse reporter Narmeen Choudhury, in just two job hops, has landed in the nation's biggest TV market.  Four years after leaving Syracuse to work in Hartford, Connecticut, Choudhury has accepted a reporting position at New York City's WPIX.

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