SYRACUSE -- Longtime midday host Diane Wade is back in her old shift at Classic Hits 92.1 WSEN-FM. No word on the whereabouts of Bob Brown, who previously held the shift.
Updated with more info -- LOS ANGELES -- These three men attended a taping of the sitcom Two and a Half Men last September. And what do they have in common? They've all worked in Syracuse radio together.
SYRACUSE -- Longtime local broadcaster Dick Mastriano has been let go from his post as morning host for Oldies 1050 (WSEN). Management at the station, owned by Leatherstocking Media Group, confirms for CNYRadio.com that Mastriano's duties will be absorbed by another staffer as a result of budget-tightening.
SYRACUSE -- Rick Buckley of Buckley Radio, the former owner of WSEN AM/FM and WFBL (AM) in Syracuse, has died. According to national trade sites AllAccess and Radio-Info, Buckley died this morning after suffering a brain embolism on Saturday. Buckley, who served as his namesake company's president for nearly 40 years, sold the three Syracuse stations […]
SYRACUSE -- From the "better late than never" file, we're told Dave Smith has exited WSEN(AM) Oldies 1050. A trusted source who wishes to remain anonymous tells CNYRadio.com that Smith -- who doubled as PM driver and as a sales rep -- has left for a non-broadcasting sales job.
CENTRAL NEW YORK -- If you've been away for awhile, CNYRadio.com is celebrating it's 10th anniversary this week. The site went live on March 1, 2001... and we've been running a series of special articles this week to mark the occasion. Today, we finish up the series with our reflections and yours, on ten years […]
SYRACUSE -- After three years outside of radio, Don Wagner is back in the biz. Wagner, who some may know by the name Don Christi, is the new General Manager for Leatherstocking Media Group's properties in Syracuse, Oneida and Utica. He replaces Judy Kelly, who left for a new gig in Florida last month.
SYRACUSE -- Judy Kelly will soon be on the beach... but in her case, that's good news! The GM of Leatherstocking Media Group's six stations is packing her bags and heading south, to take a new job in Florida. Her last day at Leatherstocking's Baldwinsville studios will be a week from today.
It was 30 years ago today that fans worldwide were saddened by the news of John Lennon's assassination. The former Beatle was 40 years old. Your editor was a bit too young at the time to remember and understand the news right when it happened. But one CNYRadio.com reader from Auburn shared his memories of […]