Take advantage of this unique opportunity to meet the reporters and staff behind our comprehensive coverage of the economy and technology of upstate New York. You'll also have the opportunity to network with the region's top public media supporters.
John Krauss, former general manager at WRVO Public Media.
Former WRVO General Manager and on-air host John Krauss died June 17 in Oswego, N.Y. Krauss was one of the longest serving station administrators in public broadcasting having held various managerial titles for more than 40 years, 14 as general manager. He retired in 2010. Krauss was 64.
Krauss started at the then ten-watt WRVO on January 6, 1969 – the day the station signed on the air at SUNY Oswego. WRVO’s primary transmitter at Oswego now broadcasts at 50,000 watts.
As some of you may have heard, NPR has announced that Talk of the Nation, hosted by Neal Conan, will end production on Thursday, June 27, 2013 (Science Friday with Ira Flatow will continue).
After 25 years at NPR, 11 of them hosting Talk of the Nation, host Neal Conan is known as one of NPR's most distinguished journalists, bringing extraordinary depth, insight and skill to his work. He will surely leave a legacy of excellence, having carried the nation through some of the most important news of the last decade.
Join us this summer for our annual trip to the Glimmerglass Festival in Cooperstown. There are matinee performances scheduled for July and August this year and, as always, transportation and meals are included in this truly unique experience.
Join us for the WRVO MemberCard Thank You! Tour featuring Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb, the award-winning International Guitar Duo. This is our opportunity to say thank you for your support, and to do so at a concert venue near you.
Recently, the WRVO news team has been recognized for their achievements by press organizations in Syracuse and statewide. Saturday, May 4, awards were presented by the Syracuse Press Club (SPC) for the best central New York journalism in 2012.
WSUC 90.5FM in Cortland will be off the air for a portion of Friday, April 26. This is due to a scheduled transmitter upgrade.
Alternatively, you may listen using our mobile app (for smart phone and tablet devices) or online. If you have any questions or comments about reception please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (315) 312-3690.
In the coming weeks on Take Care, we'll feature an interview on prostate cancer. Every man who's diagnosed faces unique challenges, often around the question of treatment. An oncologist will join us to explain why watchful waiting may be the preferred option for many. Plus, the latest super fruit.