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Hiatus for New York Nonstop’s All Night with Joey Reynolds

It’s been just over three months since veteran broadcaster Joey Reynolds tried a return to TV, a medium in which he worked a little  earlier in his career. His show–All Night with Joey Reynolds– airs at midnight on WNBC’s digital channel New York Nonstop. In a way, it’s an extension of his long overnight radio work with WOR that ended last year.

Now, the show is on a hiatus. Show producer Myra Chanin says the program will return “soon.” Chanin tells FishbowlNY that she thinks the show will be back on the air ”within a week or two.”

The show is already off the air since Thursday morning with no rerun playing in its place.
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Dozens of Oldies Fans Gather to Meet Jim Kerr, Radio Pros

Nestled between the pastrami and pickles, radio personalities met their fans at Ben’s Deli in Manhattan Saturday afternoon.

It was the 5th Annual Oldies Meet and Greet, celebrating the radio format, but not specifically endorsing any station.

Organizer Jeff Scheckner tells FishbowlNY, with 75 people crammed into the back of the kosher eatery, this was the best turnout yet.

He says the genesis for the event was Jack FM.

“Initially, when CBS-FM was hijacked we had a small gathering…really weeks after the format change,” Scheckner says.

Scheckner’s mantra for the annual lunchtime gathering is simple.

“It’s really people that are dedicated to the music of the 50s, 60s, and the 70s,” Scheckner says. “We all are advocates for making sure the music stays alive.” Read more