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Well it is that time of year again.  The general election is over; journalists are recovering from the hard fought campaign, and now its time for an election!

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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 02 December 2008 03:57 )
Comings and goings in Oswego
Written by Lou Gulino   
Tuesday, 09 December 2008 02:40

Some changes in media in Oswego County to tell you about. Our friends at Syracuse.com are reporting that WRVO-FM's John Hurlbutt will retire this month after 40 years. Hurlbutt is the local host of NPR's "Morning Edition". No sucessor has been named. Here is a link to the Syracuse.com article.

Also in Oswego, the Palladium-Times reports that it has a new publisher. John Spaulding takes over the day to day operations at the Palladium Times.  He succeeds Paul Scott who retired.  Spaulding returns to the paper where he worked in the mid ninties, after working the past eleven years at Gannett's Star-Gazette in Elimira.  Here is a link to the Pall-Times article.

TV's Future? Glor & Muir
Written by Lou Gulino   
Friday, 05 December 2008 22:07
Two former Central New York television journalists made it on a list put together by TV Week of news talent that represents the industry's future.  Jeff Glor who worked at WSTM-TV, and David Muir, who worked at WTVH-TV made a list of fifteen young TV journalists that the publication believes are the next generation of TV news stars. 

Glor worked at WSTM-TV from 1997 to 2003.   Muir, who is a native of Central New York, began hanging around WTVH when he was about 13 or 14 years old, and interned every summer while s student at Ithaca College.  Here is the TV Week article.
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 10 December 2008 01:20 )
News 10 Now Reporter Attacked

Reporter Joleene Des Rosiers of News 10 Now was struck in the face while covering a court appearance for an accused murderer on Thursday. Late word from the Time-Warner all news channel is that Des Rosiers is doing OK.  In an e-mail to local media Thursday night, General Manager Ron Lombard said "She has a strained neck and back but tests showed nothing more serious than that. She has no visible signs of the attack. The camera has only slight damage to it and is repairable.  We are very grateful this did not end up worse."

Des Rosiers and reporters from other local media were covering the arraignment of Valdessa Johnson.  Johnson is facing murder charges in connection with the stabbing death of Yeisha Howard earlier this week.

Reporters were lined in a hallway outside a city courtroom in the Onondaga County Criminal Courts building as family members and supporters of the victim and suspect exited the court. 


Last Updated ( Friday, 05 December 2008 03:08 )
WCNY Reaches On-Line Education Agreement

The following is a news release from WCNY.

Seven members of the Association of Public Broadcasting Stations of New York (APBS) announced today that they have renewed their partnership with Discovery Education to deliver PowerMediaPlus, a video-based online education service, to educators and students across much of New York State.  The one-year agreement ensures that thousands of schools and more than 1 million students will have access to a vast array of digital resources free of charge through June 2010.


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 02 December 2008 03:59 )
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It was back in his native Whitney Point when he was a sophomore in high school that the broadcasting bug bit Jack Morse. Jack recalls that he was asked to go on a station in nearby Binghamton to promote the Sophomore Ball. He can still tell you just what he said.
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