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WRVO

Radio station in Oswego, New York

CityOswego, New York
Frequency MHz
FormatPublic Radio
OwnerState University of New York at Oswego
(State University of New York)

Sister stations

WRVD , Syracuse
WRVH , Clayton
WRVJ , Watertown
WRVN , Utica
WMVQ , Fenner
WRCU , Hamilton
WSUC-FM , Cortland

First air date

Call sign meaning

WRVO: Radio Voice of Oswego
Facility ID
ClassB
ERP50, watts horizontal
49, watts vertical
HAAT metres ( feet)

Transmitter coordinates

43°25′″N76°32′″W / °N °W / ;
Translator(s)WBU , Rome
WBR , Ithaca
WBQ , Ithaca
WBR , Geneva
WBL , Norwich
WebcastListen Live
DTFX
Websitewww.wrvo.org

WRVO Public Media is a non-profit public radio network in Oswego, New York licensed to the State University of New York at Oswego,[1] operating from studios in the Penfield Library on the SUNY Oswego campus. Its multi-station network serves more than 20 counties in central and northern New York from flagship WRVO in Oswego, repeaters WRVD in Syracuse, WRVH in Clayton, WRVN in Utica, and WRVJ in Watertown. Low-power translators serve Geneva, Hamilton, Ithaca, Norwich and Watertown.

Programming[edit]

WRVO programming includes regional news and public affairs and programming from NPR, American Public Media, Public Radio International, the BBC World Service and other networks.[2] WRVO currently broadcasts Morning Edition, 1A, Fresh Air, Q, Here & Now, All Things Considered, As It Happens, The Capitol Pressroom and Tuned to Yesterday during the weekdays. On the weekend, WRVO broadcasts Marketplace Money, Only A Game, Weekend Edition, Hidden Brain, Wait Wait Don't Tell Me!, Says You!, This American Life, Snap-Judgment, On The Media, Day Six, All Things Considered, The Moth Radio Hour, Selected Shorts, The Changing World, Inside Europe, Studio , The Splendid Table, TED Radio Hour, Campbell Conversations, Take Care, Public Radio Presents, HealthLink On Air, and Big Picture Science.[2]

From pm to midnight every day, WRVO broadcasts Tuned to Yesterday, which consists of radio dramas from the s onward.[3]BirdNote, a two-minute show about the lives of birds, airs on weekdays at &#;a.m. StarDate (radio program), a two-minute segment with a focus of astronomy and the night sky is heard weekdays at &#;p.m.

Fundraising/Support[edit]

WRVO Public Media is a non-profit, public radio station which relies on the voluntary contributions of our listeners.[4] WRVO accepts donations online every day of the year, and focuses on listener contributions twice a year during annual fundraisers. On air fundraisers generally occur in the fall and spring.

Listeners who contribute $ or more during a year are members of WRVO's Cornerstone Society [5] Cornerstone members receive special benefits including exclusive event invitations and on-air recognition.

Local businesses and organizations support WRVO Public Media by underwriting WRVO programming.[4] Underwriters reach as many as , listeners each week in central and northern New York. More information on tax-deductible underwriting opportunities can be found on the WRVO website.

Affiliates[edit]

Translators[edit]

Programming may also be heard on WRCU FM in Hamilton and WSUC-FM FM in Cortland during drive time, off-hours, and during school breaks.[6]

These stations are collectively known as the WRVO Stations.

See full list of WRVO frequencies, broadcast network and fulltime, low-power translators at wrvo.org. [7]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

New Yorkcollege radiostations

  • WAIH (State University of New York College at Potsdam)
  • WALF (Alfred University)
  • WARY (Westchester Community College)
  • WBNY (Buffalo State College)
  • WBSU (College at Brockport)
  • WCDB (State University of New York at Albany)
  • WCEB (Corning Community College)
  • WCVF (Fredonia State University)
  • WCWP (Long Island University, CW Post Campus)
  • WDWN (Cayuga County Community College)
  • WECW (Elmira College)
  • WERW (Syracuse University)
  • WETD (Alfred State College)
  • WFNP (SUNY New Paltz)
  • WFTU (Five Towns College)
  • WFUV (Fordham University)
  • WGCC (Genesee Community College)
  • WGFR (SUNY Adirondack)
  • WGSU (SUNY Geneseo)
  • WHCL (Hamilton College)
  • WHCR (City College of New York)
  • WHPC (Nassau Community College)
  • WHRW (Binghamton University)
  • WICB (Ithaca College)
  • WITC (Cazenovia College)
  • WITR (Rochester Institute of Technology)
  • WJPZ (Syracuse University)
  • WKCR (Columbia University)
  • WKRB (Kingsborough Community College)
  • WNYK (Nyack College)
  • WNYO (State University of New York – Oswego)
  • WNYU (New York University)
  • WONY (SUNY College at Oneonta)
  • WPNR (Utica College of Syracuse University)
  • WQKE (Plattsburgh State University)
  • WRCU (Colgate University)
  • WRHO (Hartwick College)
  • WRHU (Hofstra University)
  • WRPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
  • WRUC (Union College)
  • WRUR (University of Rochester)
  • WSBU (St. Bonaventure University)
  • WSIA (College of Staten Island)
  • WSPN (Skidmore College)
  • WSUC (State University of New York – Cortland)
  • WTSC (Clarkson University)
  • WUSB (State University of New York – Stony Brook)
  • WVCR (Siena College)
  • WVHC (Herkiner County Community College)
  • WVKR (Vassar College)
  • WXBC (Bard College)
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WRVO

Radio stations in Syracuse, NY

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└ HD2 iHeart Country 80s Phoenix, ½ Lamson Rd WCIS Family Life DeRuyter WTKV TK99 Oswego, NY Rte at Dutch Ridge Rd WXTL K-Love W Kirkpatrick St, WOLF Radio Tower WEY The Voice W Kirkpatrick St, WOLF Radio Tower WKRH K-Rock Oswego, NY Rte at Dutch Ridge Rd WSYR NewsRadio
└ HD2 Power Onondaga Community College + State Tower Building WKVU K-Love Utica, NY, Smith Hill WWHT Hot
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CBS Sports Radio Dewitt, Pebble Hill  WTLB ESPN Radio Utica-Rome Utica, NY, Washington Mills  WMBO The Dinosaur Auburn  WSGO ESPN Radio Syracuse Oswego, NY Rte at Dutch Ridge Rd  WOLF Fox Sports W Kirkpatrick St, WOLF Radio Tower  WSIV The Voice South Ave  WMCR The Wave Oneida  WPTK Hwy Advisory Radio New York State Thruway (I)  WPTQ Hwy Advisory Radio New York State Thruway (I) 
Sours: https://worldradiomap.com/us-ny/syracuse
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Oswego, New York Radio Stations

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We found 63 FM radio stations and 33 AM radio stations in the Oswego, NY area.

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FMWAERJazz milesSyracuse, NY
FMWTMI milesFleming, NY
FMWSLJPublic Radio milesWatertown, NY
FMWNYO milesOswego, NY
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FMWJPZTop 40/CHR milesSyracuse, NY
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FMWMHN milesWebster, NY
FMWEOSPublic Radio milesGeneva, NY
FMWRVOPublic Radio milesOswego, NY
FMWKWVChristian Contemporary milesWatertown, NY
FMWRVDPublic Radio milesSyracuse, NY
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FMWMVQVariety milesFenner, NY
FMWBERAlternative milesRochester, NY
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FMWOLFClassic Hits milesBaldwinsville, NY
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FMWAQXRock milesManlius, NY
FMWCIO milesOswego, NY
FMWFRYCountry milesWatertown, NY
FMWNYRAdult Contemporary milesWaterloo, NY
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FMWLLGCountry milesLowville, NY
FMWTKWClassic Rock milesBridgeport, NY
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FMWKRLAlternative milesNorth Syracuse, NY
FMWGKVChristian Contemporary milesPulaski, NY
FMWLLWCountry milesGeneva, NY
FMWZUNAdult Contemporary milesPhoenix, NY
FMWLYKTop 40/CHR milesCape Vincent, NY
FMWMHRReligious milesSyracuse, NY
FMWTOJAdult Contemporary milesCarthage, NY
FMWUUFCountry milesSodus, NY
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FMWBBSCountry milesFulton, NY
FMWTKVClassic Rock milesMinetto, NY
FMWKLZAdult Contemporary milesSyracuse, NY
FMWKRHAlternative milesFair Haven, NY
FMWBDRTop 40/CHR milesCopenhagen, NY
FMWSYRUrban Adult Contemporary milesSolvay, NY
FMWWHTTop 40/CHR milesSyracuse, NY


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AMWSYRNews/Talk milesSyracuse, NY
AMWHENUrban milesSyracuse, NY
AMWTNYTalk milesWatertown, NY
AMWYLFAdult Standards milesPenn Yan, NY
AMWBRVOldies milesBoonville, NY
AMWYBYReligious milesCortland, NY
AMWIBXNews/Talk milesUtica, NY
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AMWZUNClassic Rock milesSandy Creek-pulaski, NY
AMWSFWReligious milesSeneca Falls, NY
AMWPIESports milesTrumansburg, NY
AMWTLASports milesNorth Syracuse, NY
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AMWOKR milesCanandaigua, NY
AMWMBOClassic Hits milesAuburn, NY
AMWRNYSports milesRome, NY
AMWXXIPublic Radio milesRochester, NY
AMWFBL milesSyracuse, NY
AMWNERSports milesWatertown, NY
AMWACK milesNewark, NY
AMWSGO milesOswego, NY
AMWKALReligious milesRome, NY
AMWHICReligious milesRochester, NY
AMWOLFChildren's milesSyracuse, NY
AMWSIVReligious milesEast Syracuse, NY
AMWCGROldies milesCanandaigua, NY
AMWAUBNews/Talk milesAuburn, NY
AMWMCRAdult Contemporary milesOneida, NY
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WNYO (FM)

Radio station in Oswego, NY

WNYO is a college radio station broadcasting from the State University of New York at Oswego in the City of Oswego, New York.[1][2] It is a 24/7 radio station operated and managed by the students of SUNY Oswego. Broadcasting from the SUNY Oswego Marano Campus Center, WNYO broadcasts primarily alternative and hip-hop music throughout the day, as well as a fair amount of talk and sports-oriented programming.

WNYO also runs news segments, conducts interviews with artists, and plays syndicated NPR programs when students do not have shows. It broadcasts Oswego State Lakers sporting events live for the City of Oswego and on the internet.

History[edit]

s[edit]

In a group of Seneca Hall students begin broadcasting music via 1/2 watt transmitter.&#;Dubbed "WSEH" the signal reaches the students in some, but not all of the floors in the dorm. The staff consisted of John Long, John Krauss and Randy Risk. John Long's record player served as the station's only turntable. The students responsible for WSEH organized the Oswego State Broadcasting Service and proposed to the Student Association for a commercial college radio station which would reach the entire campus, with a starting budget of $&#;The Student Association authorized an initial expenditure of $, the balance to be made up by the sale of advertising and profits of station-sponsored events.

OSBS obtained a space dubbed by many as "The Closet" which was located Room of the new Hewitt Union. The Executive Board was hoping to obtain a FCC license for an FM radio station in , but in the interim transmitted their signal to the dorms via telephone lines and carrier current transmitters which utilize a building's electrical wiring as a broadcast antenna.&#; The system, as devised, required no FCC license. &#;

The station will be identified by the call letters "WOCR," signifying Oswego College Radio.

November 1, , 5 p.m.&#;- WOCR signs on. The station affiliates with the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System.&#;World and national news and Information programming come via ABC American Contemporary Network. As a hour service. The signal of WHFM in Rochester is simulcast over the station from Midnight until 6 a.m.

In the station moved into more spacious quarters in rooms and of the Hewitt Union.&#;Station members construct a master control and production studios.&#;Night Shift programming replaces WHFM during the overnight hours as live local announcers would go on-air.[3]

s[edit]

In WOCR becomes available on Tele-prompter Cable Channel 6 in the city of Oswego, doubling the audience and improving opportunities for advertising sales.

In a memorandum from college president James Purdue to Student Association President is leaked to WOCR. "Steps will be taken next year to prevent the student campus radio station from soliciting paid advertising. This they have done in the past without permission, and the result has been an oversolicitation of people in the community for support of an unauthorized campus activity I don't think the radio station is a good radio station and this bothers me because it does get out into the community." Additionally, the Student Association zeroes out the requested $10, budget request from WOCR, the Treasurer stating that President Purdue would veto the entire S.A. budget if WOCR was allocated funds before he had seen and approved the proposed WOCR programming structure for After Purdue has reviewed the station's plans for operation plans, the S.A. approves a $ austerity budget. The station was ordered off cable and the ability to sell advertising to the Oswego community was banned. At the time of the memo, annual advertising revenue was currently approximately $10, In acting College President Virginia Radley and SUNY approve a plan, allowing WOCR to once again sell commercial advertising to the Oswego community.[4]

21st century[edit]

In WNYO moved from Simian Automation System to ENCO's DAD automation system. In , WNYO renovated its studio in the Marano Campus Center. This renovation included a new main studio, two production studios, and keycard, hour access door, making it a world class station in terms of equipment. WNYO began airing WRVO's Take Care on Sunday mornings[5] and has started uploading podcasts to YouTube[6] at this time as well.

In WNYO transitioned from ENCO's DAD automation system to WideOrbit's Automation for Radio.[citation needed]

The Ozzie awards[edit]

The Ozzies, is an annual award show put on by the SUNY Oswego Department of Communication Studies in the spring semester. The executive board of the three media organizations (WNYO, WTOP-TV, and The Oswegonian) creates the categories and then nominates shows and members. The board of professors then selects the winners.

National awards and nominations[edit]

Year Award Category Result Citation
CBI National Student Production Awards Best Sports Play-By-Play (Audio) Won [7]
BEA Festival of Media Arts; Student Audio Competition Best Comedy or Drama Nominated [8]
NYSBA Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting; College Radio Division Outstanding Radio Show Won [9]
NYSBA Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting; College Radio Division Outstanding Social Media Personality Won [9]
NYSBA Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting; College Radio Division Outstanding Classroom Digital Project Won [9]
NYSBA Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting; College Radio Division Outstanding Radio Show Won [10]
NYSBA Awards for Excellence in Broadcasting; College Radio Division Outstanding Social Media Personality Won [10]

Notable alumni[edit]

Steve Levy '87, sports journalist[11]

Linda Cohn '81, sports journalist

Al Roker '76, weather forecaster, journalist, and television personality[12]

References[edit]

External links[edit]

New Yorkcollege radiostations

  • WAIH (State University of New York College at Potsdam)
  • WALF (Alfred University)
  • WARY (Westchester Community College)
  • WBNY (Buffalo State College)
  • WBSU (College at Brockport)
  • WCDB (State University of New York at Albany)
  • WCEB (Corning Community College)
  • WCVF (Fredonia State University)
  • WCWP (Long Island University, CW Post Campus)
  • WDWN (Cayuga County Community College)
  • WECW (Elmira College)
  • WERW (Syracuse University)
  • WETD (Alfred State College)
  • WFNP (SUNY New Paltz)
  • WFTU (Five Towns College)
  • WFUV (Fordham University)
  • WGCC (Genesee Community College)
  • WGFR (SUNY Adirondack)
  • WGSU (SUNY Geneseo)
  • WHCL (Hamilton College)
  • WHCR (City College of New York)
  • WHPC (Nassau Community College)
  • WHRW (Binghamton University)
  • WICB (Ithaca College)
  • WITC (Cazenovia College)
  • WITR (Rochester Institute of Technology)
  • WJPZ (Syracuse University)
  • WKCR (Columbia University)
  • WKRB (Kingsborough Community College)
  • WNYK (Nyack College)
  • WNYO (State University of New York – Oswego)
  • WNYU (New York University)
  • WONY (SUNY College at Oneonta)
  • WPNR (Utica College of Syracuse University)
  • WQKE (Plattsburgh State University)
  • WRCU (Colgate University)
  • WRHO (Hartwick College)
  • WRHU (Hofstra University)
  • WRPI (Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute)
  • WRUC (Union College)
  • WRUR (University of Rochester)
  • WSBU (St. Bonaventure University)
  • WSIA (College of Staten Island)
  • WSPN (Skidmore College)
  • WSUC (State University of New York – Cortland)
  • WTSC (Clarkson University)
  • WUSB (State University of New York – Stony Brook)
  • WVCR (Siena College)
  • WVHC (Herkiner County Community College)
  • WVKR (Vassar College)
  • WXBC (Bard College)

Coordinates: 43°27′07″N76°32′39″W / °N °W / ;

Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WNYO_(FM)

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