Syracuse, NY – More and more old television sets and even more recent models are ending up in the hands of recyclers as analog television makes the transition to digital broadcasting. WRVO's Chris Ulanowski looks at one community's effort to make sure the electronic waste is put to good use.
Syracuse, NY – A new era in broadcast joournalism is underway as local T-V stations begin the transition to digital broadcasting. Across New York, there's a lack of uniformity in the transition. Some stations have opted to push ahead while others have decided to wait until June under an extension. Robert Thompson is the founding director of the Bleir Center for Television and Popular at Syracuse University. He discusses ramifcations from the transition with WRVO's Chris Ulanowski.
Oswego, NY – Opponents of a plan to allow grocery stores in New York to sell wine are getting the backing of local law enforcement officials. Hear more on this story and much more in this regional newscast for February 17, 2009.
Oswego, NY – New York stands to gain more funds from the federal stimulus package, according to a new state analsyis. Hear this story and much more in today regional morning newscast with WRVO's John Hurlbutt.