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WRVO Transmitters Operating Normally

Nov 18, 2014

All of WRVO's transmitters are currently operating normally.  WRVO is also available on line at wrvo.org and through our iPhone and Android apps.

Show your support of WRVO, literally

Oct 17, 2014

It's called S.W.A.G. -- as in stuff we all get, but only if you donate to WRVO Public Media during the fall fundaiser.  Here's a look at some of the premiums we're offering this year. You can select each premium on our online web form, or let our volunteers know that you're interested on the phone when you call (800) 341-3690.

The New WRVO Baseball Cap

For a contribution of $150, we can thank you by sending one of our brand new WRVO Public Media hats.

WRVO News team brings home awards this spring

Jun 10, 2014
Syracuse Press Club

Each spring, news departments across the state are honored for the work they've done in the past year. This year, WRVO entered news stories in several awards competitions across the state and country. The lists that follow indicates which awards the WRVO News team and supporting staff took home for work completed during 2013.

We would like to thank all of our reporters, past and present, for their hard work and continued success.

Sarah Elliott / Flickr

Astrophysicist and media personality Neil deGrasse Tyson was in central New York this week, talking to audiences about the most recent discoveries in space. Between speeches, he spoke with WRVO's Gino Geruntino about how innovation impacts the future, how space exploration relates to STEM learning and the role of science in American mainstream culture. In 2014, Tyson will host the show Cosmos on FOX, a reboot of Carl Sagan's program.

Fifteenth Anniversary

Jun 17, 2013

John Weeks reflects of the previous fifteen years of this program. He shares his experiences along his journey and responds to negative criticism.

Ken Rudin is known as NPR's Political Junkie and has provided coverage of major elections, national conventions and debates for most of the past 20 years. WRVO's News Director, Catherine Loper, spent an hour speaking with Ken Rudin, along with SUNY Oswego Political Science Professor Bruce Altschuler, during a live broadcast on Thursday.