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WRVO Hauls and TV Falls at New York AP Awards

SARATOGA -- With nine first-place awards, Oswego-based NPR affiliate WRVO was the big winner among radio stations -- both locally and statewide -- at the New York State Associated Press Broadcast Association Awards over the weekend.  On the other hand, all but two of the nominations for local TV stations did not materialize into first-place […]

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Muir Gives Ithaca College Commencement Speech

ITHACA -- David Muir returned to his alma mater yesterday to share an inspirational message. Muir, a 1995 graduate of the Park School of Communications at Ithaca College, was invited to give the commencement address before more than 1,400 graduates and their guests.

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WTVH 5.1 Transmitter Down, Temp Move to 3.3

Updated 5/10 at 11:00pm - CNYcentral says the WTVH 5.1 transmitter is back in operation tonight, but it's just temporary.  To complete the repairs, additional parts will be installed at the transmitter on Wednesday.  As a result, WTVH 5.1 will sign off again on Wednesday morning, but engineers hope to have it back online -- […]

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Syracuse Press Club 2011 Award Winners Named

SYRACUSE -- Top journalists from Syracuse and surrounding markets gathered for the Syracuse Press Club's 33rd annual Scholarship and Professional Recognition Awards Dinner last night at Drumlins Country Club in Syracuse.  Public stations WRVO and WAER dominated the radio categories, while there were plenty of ties for winners in the television categories.

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Where Are They Now: Dan Hoard Joins NFL's Bengals

CINCINNATI -- Former WSYR570 sports director and WTVH-5 sportscaster Dan Hoard has been tapped by the NFL's Cincinnati Bengals for radio play-by-play duties starting with the team's preseason games this summer.  He'll be joining fellow SU grad Dave Lapham, who will be entering his 26th season providing color commentary.

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POTW: Matt, Jamie and Shamrock

SYRACUSE -- It's "two for one" Picture of the Week today -- we're taking a flashback field trip and plugging a good cause at the same time.  This, after your editor recently heard for the first time about one local TV news anchor's efforts to help pets in times of medical need.

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Petition Launched to Keep Bill Leaf's Killer in Jail

SYRACUSE -- Matthew Benedict, the drunk driver convicted of killing former WSYR radio reporter and WTVH sports anchor Bill Leaf in 2006, could be granted parole this fall.  But Bill's sister Maria -- also a former local broadcaster -- has launched an online petition to keep Benedict behind bars.

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Syracuse Press Club Award Winners Announced

SYRACUSE -- The winners for this year's Syracuse Press Club awards have been announced.  On the radio side, public broadcasters led the pack.  In TV, it's a neck-and-neck race between WSYR-TV and WSTM-TV.  And we're also very happy to report CNYRadio.com appears on the award list as well.

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Want to Watch SU? Better Know Your Channel Lineups!

Updated -- truTV is now available in HD on both FiOS and Time Warner. A new deal between the NCAA, the CBS television network and three different cable channels means you may have to do a little hunting to find Syracuse University mens basketball on your television this year.  Inside, where to find the games […]

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Ex-WTVH Reporter Siff to Star in NYC Mayoral Roast

NEW YORK CITY -- Andrew Siff, who worked as a reporter for Syracuse CBS affiliate WTVH in the early 1990s, is making headlines in the Big Apple. Siff, who now works for WNBC-TV, has been chosen to portray NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg in an upcoming press corps roast of local politicians.

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