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CBSNews.com to stream original network assassination coverage
Written by Lou Gulino   
Friday, 15 November 2013 02:33

Television came of age during four terrible days in November 1963.  Long before satellite uplink trucks, digital video cameras, or even  the use of video tape in daily news gathering, ABC, CBS, and NBC did a magnificent job covering the unfolding story of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the murder of his alleged assailant, the reaction of a  shocked nation, and the funeral of the young president cut down in his prime.

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Two members of Newschannel 9 morning team to depart
Friday, 15 November 2013 01:56

Anchor Tanja Babich and meteorologist Christ Brandolino will soon be leaving WSYR-TV Newschannel 9, the station reports.   Babich and Brandolino, along with anchor Dan Cummings host "The Morning News" which airs weekdays from 4:30 a.m. to 7:00 a.m on the ABC affiliate.

Last Updated ( Friday, 15 November 2013 02:31 )
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Congratulations on YNN for 10 years
Monday, 11 November 2013 01:05

YNN, formerly known as News 10 Now, is celebrating it's 10th anniversary. The network has been airing a 10-part series by Bill Carey on important events they've covered over the past 10 years. Bill also produced an hour documentary on the station's history that will air on November 9th and 10th at 8 p.m. A link below takes you to the station's website with video clips of various celebrity shout-outs and Bill's 10-part series.

You can find the stories here.

 
Former WSYR Radio Host Passes Away
Written by Josh Cradduck   
Tuesday, 15 October 2013 16:09

Tara Howard Knauff, a former radio host for WSYR-AM in Syracuse, has died following a lengthy illness.

Howard had worked for close to a decade as an anchor, reporter and editor at WSYR during the nineties. She left central New York for a radio job in Houston and eventually moved on to ABC News Radio out of New York City.

There will be a memorial service for Howard at the Brae Loch Inn in Cazenovia this Saturday from 3:00-6:00 p.m.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 15 October 2013 16:23 )
 
Monster Movie Matinee topic of new documentary
   A Central New York news photographer has released a documentary on DVD chronicling one of the areas favorite local programs from the Golden Age of Television.

Monster Mansion Memories tells the story of the program Monster Movie Matinee which aired on channel 3 in Syracuse for 16 years.  The program featured TV 3 personalities Alan Milair as Dr.  E. Nick Witty and Bill Everette as Epal hosting horror movies on Saturday afternoons.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 03 October 2013 00:49 )
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Timothy Bunn

The Post-Standard

Timothy Bunn, a native Syracusan, recently retired in February 2007 from The Post-Standard after a 33-year newspaper career. Twenty-six of those years were spent working in Syracuse, for the evening Herald-Journal, Sunday Herald American and The Post-Standard.

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