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Some areas could get 2 feet of snow by Tuesday, meteorologist saysYoungstown VindicatorTrumbull and Mercer counties could get as much as two feet of snow by early Wednesday, said Tina Pietrondi, a meteorologist with 21 WFMJ-TV. ...
Valley in store for up to 2 feet of snow this weekYoungstown VindicatorTina Pietrondi, a meteorologist with 21 WFMJ-TV, said the storm will start off slow, with just 1 to 3 inches expected tonight. Heavy snow will begin to fall ...
Oakhill case opens this week â€” at lastYoungstown VindicatorMost important to know is that you had stories to read and watch about Oakhill because of us and 21 WFMJ-TV. We were the only media companies to pursue a ...
Cold, wind, snow awaitYoungstown VindicatorThe snow, expected to be heavy at times, will fall through the middle of next week, said Abair and Tina Pietrondi, a meteorologist with 21 WFMJ-TV. ...and moreÂ Â»
Sciortino, McNally claim right to Valley trialYoungstown VindicatorThe Vindicator and 21 WFMJ-TV argued that filings in the Oakhill Renaissance criminal conspiracy case should be made available to the public at a special ...
Cafaro seeks more time to file motionsYoungstown VindicatorThe Vindicator and 21 WFMJ-TV argued that filings in the Oakhill Renaissance criminal conspiracy case should be made available to the public at a special ...and moreÂ Â»
Watson first-graders are stars of Lunchbox WeatherYoungstown VindicatorMrs. Manning's students gathered in front of Mark Monstrola to say farewell to WFMJ viewers. When the first-graders were on air, they were asked to wave to ...
EVERYBODY LOVES MARYLAND BECAUSE IS WHERE DIAMONDHEAD09 LIVES IN.
Hearing set on motion to unseal documents in Oakhill caseWFMJOn December 6th, attorneys for WFMJ and The Vindicator will ask a visiting judge to lift his order sealing documents in the upcoming Oakhill Renaissance ...
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Vindy: Release Oakhill papers documentsYoungstown VindicatorBy Peter H. Milliken A lawyer representing The Vindicator and 21 WFMJ-TV filed a motion to oppose a visiting judge's orders that all ...and moreÂ Â»
This is my boss Connie talking with the news about some of the baked goods we have at our bakery. The turkey cupcakes I made yesterday were on the table too!
I submitted a photoshopped picture to WFMJ Today about Scott's obsession over the rerelease of the McRIb and they used it on the air. Loves it!
This concludes the WFMJ 1971 New Years Eve show. Listen for a few more remarks about WHOT and Big Al Knight. Gary Gunther makes a brief appearance along with Don Dempsey doing a commercial. Plus you get to hear the number 1 song for 1971, not once but three times. You will hear why. Thanks for listening.
Part 4 continues with Ted and Steve and their midnight countdown along with the salutations??? to almost everyone in Youngstown radio for 1971.
We continue on with Ted and Steve and hear more funny dedications.
Ted and Steve start kicking the show into high gear with this aircheck. Listen for the "crowd" to arrive around 3:30 and they continue with crazy sound effects and inserts into songs. Like WHOT, they take requests this evening, but they do not air the calls opting instead to read them. This method gives them fodder for their comic bits. Listen for the jabs to WHOT and their air personalities. Some background on their bits about "Big Al Knight". He was the alter ego of WHOT jock and PD Dick Thompson. Big Al was on tape and held down the midnight shift. Upcoming posts will continue for this show. Thanks for listening.
This segment features WFMJ DJs Ted Alexander and Steve Michaels doing their thing on Dec. 31, 1971. I did not scope the Tony Orlando song so that you can hear some of the sound effects used. This is something not heard on radio today--so sad. I will be posting more cuts soon. Hope it brings back some memories.
Ron Leader on WFMJ 1390 in Youngstown, Ohio. This aircheck is from the evening of January 3, 1972. For more airchecks from radio stations across northeast Ohio, visit neoairchecks.blogspot.com
An Ohio-based bio-technology company has invented a one-of-a-kind petri dish that will revolutionize the diagnostic industry. NanoLogix Inc. has invented the BioNanoPore, or BNP, which is capable of drastically reducing the infectious-disease detection times.
A Few promos. Bob Black Laura Steele Steve Trent Dana Balsh A WFMJ Christmas Promo WFMJ used Counterpoint from 1997 to 2000.
News coverage of the www.saveforumhealth.com petition website on WKBN.
more of bodygoodies business and how natural, organic skincare products really make a huge difference to your face and body. Some soap from the line is highlighted.
bodygoodies talks about how she started her business, and how natural, organic skincare products really make a huge difference to your face and body
Fall style segment I did (modeled) for WFMJ last year.
...100 area residents will be able to attend the event, â€śConversation on Health Care with Congressman Tim Ryan hosted by WFMJ and The Vindicator.â€ť There is a form on Vindy.com asking those interested in attending their thoughts on health care and if they have...
On August 31, 2009, The Mahoning Valley Organizing Collaborative (MVOC), participating churches, labor unions, and community leaders marched from Trumbull Memorial Hospital to Congressman Tim Ryans office in downtown Warren. This event was part of a statewide coordinated effort to promote affordable, accessible, and equitable healthcare as an essential part of real health care reform.
Maybe this should have been scripted. Kids say the darnedest things!
Michelle Nicks' Special Report: Youngstown Pride
Youngstown State University Sustainable Energy Conference by 21 WFMJ
"Only on 21" Station ID from 1989 WFMJ-TV 21 Youngstown, OH
Using Tower V1 Morning Cut
Tom Roskos on local news in 2002
using Tower V1
Bob Black and Cindy Matthews
This shows the actual DTV Transition Test conducted by WFMJ TV 21 of Youngstown, Ohio on 12/17/08.
...Youngstownâ€™s television stations will join others in a statewide digital television test at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. At that time, WFMJ-TV 21, WKBN-TV 27 and WYTV-TV 33 will shut off their analog signal â€” and broadcast in digital â€” for five minutes, so that viewers...
WFMJ OPEN From 2004
WFMJ with Cindy Matthews Bob Black is off. Music: Metropolis Graphics by: Giant Octopus Voiceover: John B. Wells
not the best Resynch but I was bored
Youngstown Press conference, Retirement Announcement, 4/1/08.
In 1983 the WFMJ engineers enjoyed a nice sunny 8 day strike. To keep morale high on the picket line Dave Foltz brought along his guitar and led the picketers in signing "The Picket Line Blues."
using WFMJ's current graphics with The Tower V1
Christmas Day 2007 Live from the studio!
Christmas Day 2007 Live from the studio!
Christmas Day 2007 Live from the studio!
...Tuesday. A message was left for David Coy, WKBN's general manager. The city has one other TV station with local news production, WFMJ. Â© Copyright 2007 Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. ...