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Syracuse Press Club sends out call for entries
Written by Josh Cradduck   
Monday, 09 December 2013 11:53


The Syracuse Press Club is once again preparing for its annual awards competition. Starting Jan. 1, members of the news media in central New York may submit their entries. Deadline for entries is Jan. 30. Eligible entries must have been published, broadcast or posted online during the 2014 calendar year.
Click here for instructions on how to enter via the internet.   Click here for the complete list of categories and rules for entering. 

Awards will be handed out at our annual banquet on May 2, 2015.

Make sure to also keep in mind individuals in your organization you may want to nominate for one of our club awards, covering professional standards, newcomer, and news source. You can nominate someone for one of these awards by following this link.

Last Updated ( Friday, 02 January 2015 19:57 )
 
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Please Read Carefully!

On this page you will find the various types of media and the categories for each media for this year's awards competition,  After each category name there is a brief description of that categories criteria. Remember, all entries must have been published or broadcast in 2013.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 02 January 2014 01:45 )
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Instructions for entering PDF Print
 This year, entries to the Syracuse Press Club Professional Recognition Awards Contest will be submitted using a web-based program at www.betternewspapercontest.com.  Below are directions for preparing and submitting entries. If you have questions, please contact Sarah Hall at 315-434-8889 ext. 310 or on her cell at 315 263-8631. You can also reach her by email at   This e-mail address is being protected from spambots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it .

IMPORTANT: Please make sure to use a recent version of Mozilla Firefox (3.0 or higher) or Internet Explorer, and that you have an updated Adobe Flash Player for the browser you will use to make entries.

 The deadline for all entries is Tues, January 31, 2017 at 11:59 PM. 

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Eichorn returning to Newschannel 9

 Meteorologist Dave Eichorn will return to the airwaves of WSYR-TV Newschannel 9 in early 2014.   Eichorn left  the Syracuse ABC affiliate five years ago, saying he wanted to spend more time with his family.

Last Updated ( Saturday, 30 November 2013 20:35 )
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New owners take control of WSTM-TV

Sinclair Broadcast Group recently closed on the purchase of WSTM-TV (NBC 3) from Barrington Broadcasting. In a news release last week, Sinclair also announced it had sold its other Syracuse holding, WSYT-TV (Fox 68).

Last Updated ( Saturday, 30 November 2013 21:16 )
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Felix Frankfurter, Associate Justice, US Supreme Court

Wall of Distinction

The Syracuse press Club would like to send its condolences to the family of long-time channel 3 and WSYR radio reporter Jerry Barsha.  Barsha died September 10th at the Cleveland Clinic where he was undergoing treatment. He was 83.

Funeral services will be Tuesday at the Sisskind Funeral Chapel at 3175 East Genesee Street, Syracuse at 11am. Calling hours will immediately precede the services at the funeral home beginning at 10 am.

Jerry was a native of Brooklyn, who like many central New York broadcasters settled in the Syracuse area after attending and graduating Syracuse University.   Jerry's career at what was then WSYR-TV 3 and WSYR Radio began in 1957, where he worked in both radio and television news. Jerry worked for 32 years at the station before retiring.  He also taught for 35 years at Onondaga Community College.  Jerry was a Syracuse Press Club Wall of Distinction honoree and a winner of the club's lifetime achievement award. He is survived by his wife of 51 years, Martha, four daughters, and six grandchildren.

Here is a link to our page on Jerry, when he was installed on the Wall of Distinction

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