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Business, Central New York

Chairman of Advance Media New York’s Retirement Marks Shift to Digital Age

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Listen here to learn about Stephen Rogers’ impact on his company and the company’s advancement into the digital era.  Audio Transcript: Feature News Story Stephen Rogers_Roy By Ethan Roy SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) After 58 years in the news business, Stephen Rogers, former chairman of Advance Media New York, has announced his decision to retire from […]

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Central New York, Community, Government, Syracuse

Web Extra: NCC Newsbrief Podcast 02/14/18

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By: Benjamin Gramley, SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) Everyone’s got one minute to spare! Catch up with what’s going on with today’s Web Extra! This week’s episodes explores a Florida shooting, and budget cuts. Here’s the link.   Audio Transcript: (This is your NCC Newsbrief. It’s February 14th. I’m Benjamin Gramley. Breaking news today as a […]

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Central New York

Today on NCC News at 4:45

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Coming up on NCC News at 4:45 How the Manchester terrorist attack is effecting Central New York’s security. President Donald Trump’s popularity has dropped across Upstate New York, according to a poll done by Sienna College he is viewed as unfavorable by 63%. Governor Cuomo announced the acquisition of more than 6,000 acres of protected […]

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Government

Israeli Prime Minister Thanks U.S. For Assistance, U.S. Auto Sales Increased in February, and more on NCC News today

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By Brian Schwartz SYRACUSE, N.Y. (NCC News) – Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked the United States and President Barack Obama Tuesday for providing military aid to Israel. However, Netanyahu criticized and questioned the U.S. for negotiating with Iran in an attempt to get the Iranians to limit their nuclear program. Netanyahu called the negotiations “a bad deal” and warned […]

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