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Announcements about scheduled outages, events, changes in signals or last minute program changes.

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It may not be February any more, but we're still keeping it 'foneless'- for now. You still have time to donate before our spring fundraiser, which starts Thursday, March 13. Here are a few incentives that you shouldn't forget about:

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The sign up deadline for our New York City trip has passed. Thank you to everyone who signed up!

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When you think of the month of February, do thoughts of the Super Bowl, Groundhog Day, the Winter Olympics or Valentine's Day come to mind? Here at WRVO, it's all about Foneless February.

It's been a hit so far, so we're keeping it 'foneless' this February. This month, WRVO Public Media is making a silent request for contributions. No interruptions and no ringing phones. We call it 'Foneless February.' Our spring fundraiser is just around the corner and you can help make it shorter by donating now.

Update: WRVO went off the air at 12:00 a.m. and returned to service at 2:00 a.m. Thank you for your patience.

WRVO will be off the air on all transmitters and repeaters beginning at Midnight tonight.  The outage is expected to take no more than a few hours. Engineering is working to fix a wiring problem. Thank you for your patience.

If you have any questions, please call (315) 312-3690.

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Our Canyon Country tour is sold out! Thank you for supporting the station and traveling with us.

This holiday season we're bringing you some specials from NPR and other producers. They're sure to make you think, laugh, tear up or even sing. Holiday programs air Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Years Day. A complete list, along with air times, is below:

On air: health care for veterans & the military

Sep 19, 2013

This health forum broadcast on WRVO Sunday, November 17 at 7 p.m.

In this open panel discussion, journalists weighed the pros and cons of open data. Featured in this discussion is: Dan Pacheco, professor and chair of Journalism Innovation (Journovation) at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications; Matt Bernius, Hacks/Hackers of Rochester; Catherine Loper, news and public affairs director at WRVO Public Media; and Matthew Leonard (off screen), editor of the Innovation Trail journalism collaboration.

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Join us for the first in a series of community forums on health care.

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.

Upcoming topics: Berries and hazards in your home

Apr 23, 2013
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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.

Randy Wenner wins Regional Murrow Award

Apr 18, 2013
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In November, we featured a story by Randy Wenner about a GE prototype from central New York that was sent to the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. for preservation. It was announced today by the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) that Wenner won a 2013 Regional Edward R. Murrow Award.

Take Care debuts this Sunday evening

Apr 10, 2013

WRVO Public Media is adding a new half-hour program to its Sunday evening broadcast schedule. "Take Care," a conversation on health and wellness, will be co-hosted and produced by Lorraine Rapp and Linda Lowen.

Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me! Live

Apr 1, 2013

Please join us this May for a live Wait, Wait... Don't Tell Me! cinema event!

Foneless February

Feb 1, 2013

This month, WRVO Public Media is making a silent request for a contribution to keep the phones quiet. We call it 'Foneless February.'

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The Campbell Institute of Public Affairs at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University presents the second in a series of debates on timely issues of public importance, with a fresh, provocative format.

WRVO received the lion's share of first-place awards this past weekend at the New York State Associated Press Broadcasters Association's annual news awards competition.  For the second year in a row, WRVO received the NYSAPBA's Steve Flanders Award presented to the radio station with the largest number of first-place awards in the annual competition.  WRVO News Director Catherine Loper and Innovation Trail reporter Ryan Delaney represented WRVO at the awards presentation.

Below is the complete list of awards presented to WRVO:

Michel Martin Luncheon

Apr 25, 2012
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Michel Martin, host of the NPR program Tell Me More, visited Syracuse April 11-12.

WRVO Public Media has appointed Catherine J. Loper Director of News and Public Affairs. The appointment follows a 20-year career as broadcast reporter, senior producer, newsroom manager, and, most recently, Director of News for the Washington Bureau of the Fox News Channel. From 2007 to 2010 she was Director of White House Coverage for the network. She has held similar positions at Canadian Television Network, ABC NewsOne and APTN.

SUNY Trustees Public Hearing March 28th, 2012

Mar 13, 2012

SUNY Board of Trustees Public Hearing

 

DATE, PLACE AND TIME:

March 28, 2012 (In conjunction with the March 28, 2012 Board of Trustees Meeting)

SUNY Brockport

350 New Campus Drive

Brockport, New York 14420

3:00 p.m.

 

PURPOSE: The purpose of the State University of New York Board of Trustees Public Hearing is to receive testimony and statements from concerned individuals about university issues.

 

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