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Best of Syracuse Poll Names 93Q Top Radio Station

Ted Long and Amy Robbins
Ted Long and Amy Robbins

Cumulus Media CHR WNTQ-FM (93Q) has been named Syracuse's Top Radio Station, while morning personalities Ted Long and Amy Robbins were been chosen as Syracuse's Favorite Radio Personalities in the Syracuse New Times' annual Best of Syracuse reader poll. Nominations were accepted from the public from August 2-9, 2017 and voting took place August 23-September 12 with 18,839 votes cast. 93Q brings in its second consecutive win as Syracuse's Favorite Radio station, having won in the category for seven of the past 14 years. The Syracuse cluster received four other nominations for "Best of Syracuse."

Robbins said, "Ted and I are so thankful for the support of our listeners and advertisers, and for the entire staff at Cumulus Syracuse."

VP/Market Manager Beth Coughlin added, "We thank our listeners and everyone who voted for both 93Q and Ted & Amy, helping them win top spot in their categories again this year. Cumulus Syracuse is very proud of our six nominations and to be recognized with such exceptional broadcast professionals, stations and events in Central New York."

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