Former Syracuse radio programmer Bob Paris dies

SYRACUSE -- Longtime Syracuse radio programmer Gary Gallup, better known by his on-air name, Bob Paris, has lost his battle with leukemia the age of 78, according to a report on today.

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New Jobs for RJ Jordan and Sonny King

Good news for two former local radio personalities -- within the past week, both Rick "RJ" Jordan and Sonny King have found new "big" jobs on the radio.  But fans will have to make an effort to hear either one, as both jobs are outside of territory.

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POTW: WSCP-FM 1987 Staff Reunion (2010)

SYRACUSE -- Almost a quarter-century after WSCP-FM 101.7 first signed on the air, three former on-air personalities had a small reunion, this past week.  Two of the guys are still working in Syracuse radio; the third recently visited from his retirement home down south.

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New Syracuse IDs on "Toppy"

You've read about all the various format flips and call letter changes over the past few months here at ... but if you've been out of town, perhaps you haven't had a chance to hear the changes.  Now you can -- Scott Fybush has posted a slew of new Syracuse legal IDs on

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Rick Jordan Signs with Golden Records

Updated 12/18 at 7:30pm: ROCHESTER -- Less than six months after Rick "RJ" Jordan signed a deal to work in promotions for Stroudavarious Records, he's on the move again.

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New Imaging Voice at WSEN

SYRACUSE -- Look for a new imaging voice on Classic Hits 92.1 (WSEN).  The station is one of three new clients of V/O talent Rachel Logan of the Imaging Chop Shop, according to

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Galaxy amends its WSCP power boost request

Galaxy Communications has changed its request for a power increase for WSCP 101.7 FM. The new proposal for the Pulaski station asks for 5200 watts at 100 meters instead of 3700 watts at 128 meters.

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New tower for WSCP

Galaxy Communications has filed a request to build a new tower for WSCP FM 101.7 next to the current site. The upgrade would boost the station's power from 2.5 kW at 111 meters to 3.7 kW at 128 meters.

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Galaxy expanding to include Albany

Local radio group Galaxy Communications may be looking for opportunities beyond Central New York.

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Galaxy Communications to acquire WSCP AM/FM

Central New York based radio group Galaxy Communications has agreed to purchase traditional country formatted WSCP FM 107.1 and AM 1070. 

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