Citadel Syracuse's new Market Manager is coming from Albany, according to an article published Friday by the Albany Business Review. Dan Austin -- who calls Syracuse his hometown -- will begin in Syracuse on May 12.
The current edition of the Syracuse New-Times has an article about 93Q (WNTQ) morning show hosts Ted Long and Amy Robbins. Among the factoids in the article: Ted never graduated from OCC (even though the school uses him in advertising) and Amy originally aimed for radio news, but thought she "was not aggressive enough."
Industry trade FMQB reports Citadel Broadcasting is looking to divest itself of various properties, as a condition for its recent acquisition of ABC Radio Networks. Citadel hasn't yet named specific markets up for sale, but the article mentions Syracuse as a possibility. Citadel owns four stations in Syracuse: WNTQ (93Q), WAQX (95X), WLTI (Lite Rock 105.9) […]
SYRACUSE - More than a dozen local bands have signed on to perform live on stage and on the radio during "Ted & Amy's Christmas Spectacular," marking it's 16th year on Christmas Eve morning. In addition to the tunes, visitors can enjoy breakfast for $1.93, and the kids can meet Santa Claus. Click the headline for the complete schedule.
OSWEGO -- 93Q's morning duo, Ted Long and Amy Robbins, are this year's hosts for the Oswego County Press Club's annual awards dinner on Wednesday. The festivities, which get underway at 5:30 p.m. at Springside at Seneca Hill, include the presentation of the club's Golden Quote Awards for excellence in journalism, public relations, advertising and design. For […]
In the wake of Citadel Communications' move to shut down its Internet division, comes word from the company that web streaming of its stations is expected to continue. Citadel, which owns Syracuse stations 93Q, 95X, Lite 105.9, and ESPN Radio 1260, has a two-year web streaming deal with Yahoo.