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NYSBA Hall of Fame Ceremony Postponed by Sandy

There is another casualty of the dangerous Hurricane Sandy.  The New York State Broadcasting Association has postponed its annual Hall of Fame reception originally scheduled for Thursday evening at the Paley Center.

“After discussions with the Paley Center, we simply cannot guarantee the venue will be operational by Thursday,” NYSBA president David Donovan wrote in an email. “It all depends on [the] severity of storm’s damage, availability of power and transportation.”

Donovan says the event will be rescheduled for a date to be determined in November or December.

This year’s class includes former WNBC sports anchor Len Berman, WPLJ (and former WHTZ/Z100) morning show host Scott Shannon, and WOR Radio staple Joan Hamburg.

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Despite Some Technical Glitches, EAS National Test Successful

The results are in for the first nationwide EAS test held Wednedsay by FEMA.

All New York City radio stations were scheduled to participate in the 2 p.m. test. However, Cumulus’ WABC and WPLJ were unable to air the less than a minute test, due to a technical glitch.

New York State Broadcasters Association President David Donovan tells FishbowlNY the snafu was the “signal for EAS coming into ABC.”

Overall, Donovan says the test was successful for New York stations, cable and satellite providers.

Donovan says considering this was only a test, it was the perfect time to get the kinks out.

“What we really need to do is work on that last link,” Donovan says.

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