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  2. WSTM-TV - Wikipedia

    WSTM-TV (channel 3) is a television station in Syracuse, New York, United States, affiliated with NBC and The CW.It is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group, which provides certain services to CBS affiliate WTVH (channel 5) through joint sales and shared services agreements (JSA/SSA) with Granite Broadcasting.

  3. List of television stations in New York (by region) - Wikipedia

    Channel 51: WPXJ-TV - , Broadcasting from Batavia NY but serves Buffalo and Rochester; Syracuse Area. Channel 3: WSTM-TV - - Syracuse, NBC 3. Signed on as channel 5 in 1950, but moved to channel 3 a short time later. Channel 5: WTVH - - Syracuse, CBS 5; Channel 9: WSYR-TV - - Syracuse, NewsChannel 9; Channel 24: WCNY-TV - - Syracuse; Channel 43 ...

  4. iHeartMedia - Wikipedia

    Also that year, sister station in Syracuse, WIXT was rebranded to WSYR-TV, the original call letters for WSTM-TV from 1950 to 1980, matching up for radio sister WSYR-AM. [156] In 2007, the company entered into an agreement to sell all its television stations to Providence Equity Partners for $1.2 billion, [30] a deal that eventually closed in ...

  5. WIVB-TV - Wikipedia

    WBEN-TV was the early news leader in Buffalo until approximately 1972, when (briefly) WGR-TV and then (more long-term) WKBW-TV overtook it. Channel 4 then spent most of the next 30 years as a solid, if usually distant, runner-up to WKBW-TV, well ahead of market laggard WGR-TV (later WGRZ).

  6. WGY (AM) - Wikipedia

    The new slogan became "AM 810, 103.1 FM, News-Talk WGY." WHRL, "Channel 103.1", had broadcast an Active Rock format for almost ten years and had been a Smooth Jazz station before that. On February 6, 2012, WGY began an affiliation with AccuWeather for its weather coverage. It discontinued its ties with The Weather Channel after more than a decade.

  7. WABC-TV - Wikipedia

    WABC-TV (channel 7) is a television station in New York City, serving as the flagship of the ABC network. Owned and operated by the network's ABC Owned Television Stations division, the station maintains studios in the Lincoln Square neighborhood of Manhattan, adjacent to ABC's corporate headquarters; its transmitter is located at the Empire State Building.

  8. WUHF - Wikipedia

    The station then moved from its studios on East Avenue (NY 96) in Rochester to WROC-TV's facilities. [6] On May 15, 2012, Sinclair and Fox agreed to a five-year extension to the network's affiliation agreement with Sinclair's 19 Fox stations, including WUHF, allowing them to continue carrying the network's programming through 2017.

  9. WBNG-TV - Wikipedia

    However, the Binghamton market was sandwiched between Syracuse (channels 3, 8 (later 5), and 9) and Utica (channel 13, later 2) to the north, Elmira (a UHF island) to the west, Scranton–Wilkes-Barre (a UHF island) to the south, and Albany–Schenectady–Troy (channels 4 (later 6), 10, and later joined by 13) and New York City (channels 2, 4 ...