There's a new voice in the morning at K-Rock (WKRL/WKRH). Evening jock Kevin Klein brings his shenanigans to the early morning hours on the alternative rock station.
Got relationship problems? Need to know if you can get pregnant after having sex standing up? Starting Sunday night, K-Rock (WKRL) will have all the answers to your "intimacy issues" with a unique spin that only hosts Dr. Drew Pinsky and Adam Carolla can provide. The nationally syndicated Loveline will air Sunday through Thursday nights […]
Oswego County health officials expect to decide today whether to allow the K-Rockathon modern rock festival, scheduled Sunday at the Oswego Speedway. Michael Rosen, Oswego County Deputy Health Commissioner, said Galaxy Communications and Pro Events are meeting all of their obligations, but ideally the promoter should have been working with the county months before the […]
Recently, 'Silent' Bob Staffa, midday jock at K-Rock (WKRL/WKRH/WKLL) and host of the station's Thursday night local music show Backstage Live, posted an in-depth response to an ongoing discussion on a syracuse.com message board concerning radio's role in promoting local music.
Ten Syracuse radio stations are sponsoring two different radiothons over the next two days to benefit the two Manlius firefighters who died in the line of duty last week. Funds raised will go directly to the families of Timothy Lynch and John Ginocchetti.
The Syracuse Post Standard's online web site Syracuse.com has created a new forum dedicated to the discussion of local and national radio and television. It didn't take long for the message board to heat up; the second message questions friction between K-Rock (WKRL/WKRH) and 95X (WAQX). Lurk or chime in at: www.syracuse.com/forums/tv.
Next Monday, Native Noize hits area record stores. The album, put together by K-Rock's midday DJ "Silent Bob" Staffa, features a number of local acts, most of which have appeared on his Thursday night Backstage Live program at 11 p.m. on K-Rock.