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POTW: The hub with all its spokes (2011)

SYRACUSE -- Even though our latest Picture of the Week was taken just a little under two years ago, it's already got some upstate New York broadcast history in there.  It's a shot of the regional master control facility inside of NewsChannel 9 (WSYR-TV).  Take a close look at the photo, and see if you […]

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POTW: Bill Worden recieves Career Achievement Award (2013)

SYRACUSE -- Longtime NewsChannel 2 (WKTV) anchor Bill Worden, who retired last November after 35 years with the Utica NBC affiliate, received the Syracuse Press Club's Career Achievement Award this past weekend.  Thanks to one of his former co-workers, we've got a few photos to share.

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SPC: Three staffers exiting Syracuse TV newsrooms

Updated 5/10/13 -- SYRACUSE -- The Syracuse Press Club reports three people are leaving local television newsrooms for new jobs. Two will be moving out-of-state for TV news positions in larger markets, while another will remain local, with a new job outside of broadcasting.

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POTW: Syracuse Television legends gather for autographs (2013)

SYRACUSE -- It's not very often that you get the chance to see more than a dozen past and present top names from Syracuse television -- from different stations -- all together, in the same place. But that happened last weekend, when this group gathered to sign copies of Syracuse Television, the book chronicling the […]

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WSYR-TV reporter leaving for New Orleans

SYRACUSE -- This summer, reporter Leigh Isaacson will celebrate her two-year anniversary at NewsChannel 9 (WSYR-TV) by leaving the ABC affiliate. Last night, Isaacson announced she has a new job lined-up at the Fox affiliate in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Syracuse TV news anchor Babich becomes U.S. citizen

SYRACUSE -- NewsChannel 9 (WSYR-TV) anchor Tanja Babich said she's "living the dream," speaking at the podium during a naturalization ceremony in Syracuse today.  Babich was there because she was one of 38 people to become U.S. citizens during the ceremony.

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Longtime Syracuse TV broadcaster Bill Eadie dies

SYRACUSE -- Average viewers might not have ever heard of Bill Eadie, but he had plenty of notable achievements during his 34-year career in Syracuse television.  We're sorry to share the news that Eadie passed away on Thursday at the age of 79.

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Local broadcasters and the Boston Marathon

Updated 4/16 -- CENTRAL NEW YORK -- In the hours after the Boston Marathon bombings, we're learning how some Central New York broadcasters who were in Boston today are faring.  Thankfully, all of the reports are positive.

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POTW: National Hug a News Anchor Day (2013)

SYRACUSE -- Did you hug a news anchor yesterday?  If not, you may have to wait until "National Hug a News Anchor Day" comes around again next year.  A couple of local stations observed the "holiday" and shared video online.

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Broadcasters follow SU men's basketball team to Atlanta

Updated 4/5 -- ATLANTA -- For the first time since 2003, the Syracuse University men's basketball team has reached the Final Four of the NCAA tournament. Several local radio and TV stations have dispatched crews to Atlanta to cover the team's next game on Saturday... and hopefully they'll have a reason to stick around for the […]

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