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Townsquare and GAP to Merge?

GREENWICH, CT -- Employees were told to keep it hush-hush yesterday, but it's all over the national trades today: Townsquare Media, the owner of four Utica-Rome stations, has filed FCC paperwork which could lead to an eventual merger with Dallas-based GAP Broadcasting.

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WIBX Seeking News Anchor/Reporter

UTICA-ROME -- Newsradio 950 WIBX has a full-time opening for a news anchor/reporter.   The full job posting submitted from Townsquare Media Operations Manager Bill McAdams reads as follows:

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Townsquare Adds Five to Top Brass, One Retires

GREENWICH, CT -- Townsquare Media, the owner of four Utica-Rome radio stations, announced today the addition of five new corporate-level managers and the retirement of one senior VP.  

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POTW: Frogfest 22 (2010)

UTICA/ROME -- Even though they work in the same building every single day, spending hours in the same studio -- the full-time members of a radio station's on-air team are usually not there together at the same time.  But for Regent's Big Frog 104 (WFRG), there's always at least one chance to see the entire […]

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WIBX Replaces Money with Health on Saturdays

UTICA/ROME -- Townsquare Media's Newsradio 950 WIBX has moved Dr. Dean Edell from Sundays to Saturdays, replacing a late afternoon vacancy left by MoneyTalk.  Last month, the latter's host,  Bob Brinker, rumored to be in his late 60s, announced he would be scaling back his twice-a-weekend show to Sundays only.

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Big Frog 104 Signs Josh Turner for Frogfest

UTICA-ROME -- Country station Big Frog 104 (WFRG) will be celebrating 22 years on the air with Frogfest 22 next month at Verona Beach State Park.  And this year, MCA Nashville recording artist Josh Turner will appear as the headline act.  The station made the announcement Monday morning, after naming several other local acts over […]

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Regent Leaders Out; New Owners Rename to "Townsquare Media"

CINCINNATI, OH -- Big changes at the home base of Regent Communications -- the company which owns four Utica-Rome radio stations is now called Townsquare Media.  Additionally, two top members from Regent management have been replaced.

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