Ithaca radio history book in the works; authors ask for help

ITHACA -- On the heels of this week's release of a book about the history of TV in Syracuse -- aptly titled "Syracuse Television" -- work is underway for another book about local broadcast history.  This time, Ithaca radio will be in the spotlight and the authors are asking for help in the way of […]

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WVBR studio construction gets big boost from Keith Olbermann

ITHACA -- Big news behind a big move planned by student owned-and-operated WVBR 93.5FM: when the station moves to new digs later this year, the building will be dubbed the "Olbermann-Corneliess Studios."  The naming rights to WVBR's future home were secured through a major donation from cable TV news commentator Keith Olbermann.  The broadcaster -- […]

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Job Posting: WVBR 93.5 Seeks Account Executive

ITHACA -- We're always pleased to help spread the word about job openings in local broadcasting.  The following posting for a full-time account executive at WVBR 93.5 in Ithaca comes to us from Drew Endick, President of the Cornell Radio Guild and GM of WVBR:

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WVBR Seeks Account Executive

ITHACA -- Real Rock Radio 93.5 WVBR, owned by Cornell Radio Guild, Inc., is looking for some help in the sales office. Although it's staffed primarily by Cornell University students, WVBR is a commercial station thanks to its independent ownership. Here's a job posting we received from WVBR's Robert Schur:

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Saga Cluster Dominates Ithaca Ratings

ITHACA/CORTLAND -- Stations owned by Saga Communications hold four of the top five spots in the latest public ratings data released by Arbitron. Leading the pack, Q-Country 103.7 (WQNY), posting more than a full-point gain since last spring, going from a 13.8 to a 14.9 among persons age 12+ in the Fall 2009 survey.

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POTW: Election Night in Ithaca (2007)

ITHACA -- At first glance, you might think of WVBR as "just a rock station" operated by the Cornell Radio Guild, a non-profit organization that is mostly comprised of Cornell University students (though not owned by the university).  But in fact, WVBR offers much more than just music...

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