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HealthLink on Air now broadcast on WRVO
SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Upstate Medical University’s health-focused radio program HealthLink On Air has made a big move. The show now airs every Sunday evening at 9 p.m. on National Public Radio station WRVO, which is based on the State University of New York College at Oswego campus. The first show aired May 26.
HealthLink On Air was first produced in 2006 and explores matters of health, medicine and science. The program has hosted hundreds of experts from the academic medical center, the Syracuse community and beyond. Interviews are permanently archived and available for listening on the HealthLink on Air website.
“The new partnership with WRVO helps us to advance Upstate’s overall mission of providing excellence in medical education, research, patient care and community service throughout the region, “said Leah Caldwell, acting director, Marketing and University Communications. “It’s also a terrific opportunity to work with our colleagues at SUNY Oswego, strengthening relationships and the efficacy of the SUNY system.”
To tune in to HealthLink on Air, adjust your dial to 89.9 FM & HD2 in Oswego/Syracuse; 90.3 FM & HD2 in Syracuse; 91.7 FM & 99.9 in Watertown; 90.1 FM & 92.3 FM in Hamilton; 91.9 FM in Utica; 90.5 FM in Cortland; 90.7 FM in Geneva; and 89.9 in Norwich.
Caption: From left, Richard O’Neill, Ph.D., Linda Cohen, and Steve Marks, are part of the HealthLink on Air team.
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