INDIANAPOLIS -- First they were on the radio, then they were also on cable TV. Now, the nationally-synduicated Bob & Tom Show, carried locally in Syracuse and Watertown, and formerly in Utica, is back to being a radio-only show.
WATERTOWN -- Despite the fact the numbers were recalculated after two in-tab diaries were discarded from the Fall 2009 survey period, there do not appear to be any major surprises in the latest Arbitron ratings released for the Watertown market... or in the re-issued Fall 2009 numbers.
WATERTOWN -- The Fall 2009 ratings are out for the Watertown market, and there are no big surprises: perennial leader Froggy 97 (WFRY) and its country format continue to lead the pack. CHR "The Border" (WBDR) appears to be gaining steam, but remains a distant second.
WATERTOWN -- If you've ever checked out the remarkable collection of radio station legal IDs at tophour.com (aka "Toppy" for short) you may have noticed the site had no clips from Watertown. That changed today, as the site added more than a dozen Watertown IDs from 9 different stations.
WATERTOWN -- Today, tune to 1410 AM in Watertown, and you'll hear ESPN Radio programming on WNER. But decades ago, the station was known as WOTT, and one former staffer saved some priceless tidbits from that time.
WATERTOWN -- The station formerly known as WOTT (which moved down the dial to 94.1FM on Monday) is now going by the name "100.7 The Fox," with call letters WEFX-FM. The new classic hits station launched at noon today, after stunting with TV theme songs ever since WOTT made its move.