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CNY native David Muir "most used" network reporter for 2nd year in a row

SYRACUSE -- For the second year in a row, Central New York native David Muir appeared on network TV news programs more than any other correspondent in the country.  During 2012, the former WTVH anchor's reports for ABC News clocked-in at just over 7 hours.  That's over 2½ hours more face time than 2012's runner-up, […]

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POTW: Sneak peek at new WTVH news set and graphics (2013)

SYRACUSE -- Out with the deep reds and in with some brighter blues!  Starting Monday, there will be a whole new look for local newscasts on CBS5 (WTVH).  Earlier this week, WTVH anchor and managing editor Michael Benny shared a couple of "sneak peeks" of the new graphics and news set.

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Cortland Native, Talk Radio Pioneer Arnold D'Angelo (Dean) Dies

HARTFORD, CT -- For more than 40 years, he was known as WTIC sports talk host Arnold Dean. But on WKRT in his hometown of Cortland -- and on Syracuse's former WAGE radio and WHEN-TV -- he used his given name, Arnold D'Angelo. Whichever name you prefer to go with, the legendary "Dean of Sports […]

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National Trades: NBC3 / CW6 Owner Nearing Sale?

Updated 12/3 with a correction -- SYRACUSE -- Barrington Broadcasting, the owner of NBC3 (WSTM) and CW6 (WSTQ-LP), is reportedly nearing a deal to sell all 24 of its television stations in 15 markets nationwide. But it's unclear how the deal could impact the two Syracuse stations -- one national trade publication says the leading […]

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Part of Syracuse's James Street to be Renamed "Jackie Robinson Way"

SYRACUSE -- Plenty of accolades this week for longtime channel 3 (WSTM) news anchor Jackie Robinson, who retired in September. Tonight, she's being honored in New York City as an inductee to the New York State Broadcasters' Association Hall of Fame. Tomorrow, many will gather for a $75-per-ticket retirement celebration at the Oncenter in Syracuse. […]

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While We Were Out: K-Rock Hosts in Court; TV's Mr. Food Dies

SYRACUSE -- We're back from some rest and relaxation out-of-town over Thanksgiving with a recap of two stories from the latter part of the week.  The legal action between K-ROCK's morning hosts and their former employer appear to be over.  And television viewers are mourning the passing of longtime syndicated chef and upstate New York […]

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New K-Rock TV Spot Refused by 3 Stations, Called "Inappropriate"

SYRACUSE -- K-Rock (WKRL/WKRH) has a new TV spot to promote its morning team, but it seems that the ad will be getting limited exposure.  The three stations of CNY Central -- NBC3 (WSTM), CBS5 (WTVH) and CW6 (WSTQ-LP) -- have turned down the ad, calling it "inappropriate."  Inside the story: Watch the ad.

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POTW: Covering Hurricane Sandy (2012)

NEW YORK CITY -- When Hurricane Sandy arrived in New York City earlier this week, one team from Central New York was there to cover it live.  Using some relatively new ENG technology, CNY Central meteorologist Matt Stevens and photographer Lewis Karpel were able to send live images to Syracuse without a big truck or […]

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CNY Journalists Travel to Rome for Canonization of Marianne Cope

Updated 10/20 -- ROME, ITALY -- She was born in Utica in 1838 and, after joining the Sisters of Saint Francis, she helped establish hospitals which still stand today there, and in Syracuse. This weekend, Mother Marianne Cope will be officially canonized as a Saint by the Roman Catholic Church. Several local TV journalists have […]

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CNY Central Sports Anchor Honored by College

SYRACUSE -- Six graduates of Onondaga Community College are being honored as the college's latest "alumni faces" today.  Among them: Niko Tamurian, CNY Central (WSTM/WTVH/WSTQ-LP) sports anchor and graduate of the OCC Class of 2005.

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