Ted Long and Amy Robbins were both born and raised in the Central New York area. Ted is a graduate of Marcellus High School and an over thirty year veteran of Syracuse radio. Amy is a graduate of Camden High School and a 1987 graduate of Ithaca College School of Communications with a degree in broadcast journalism. Together they are "Ted and Amy in the Morning", teamed together for almost twenty-five years.
Ted and Amy host numerous charity functions annually, including the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation’s “Race for the Cure”, the American Cancer Society’s “Making Strides against Breast Cancer”, “Rockin’ the Red Cross” for the American Red Cross, “Mystery and Merlot” for University Hospital Advocates, “Diamonds and Denim Gala” for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and others. They donate much of their time to area schools and non-profit organizations.
“Ted and Amy” have been recognized for twelve years by the Syracuse New Times Readers Poll as Best Local Radio DJs. They are recent recipients of the "2013 Living and Giving Award" from JDRF, the International Toastmasters Communication and Leadership award, the Community Service award from Advocates of Upstate Medical University, the “Corporate Angel” award from the Mental Health Association, the Honorary Big Brothers Big Sisters award from the CNY chapter and are 2010 recipients of the Post Standard Community Achievement Award. They, in 2011, were also named the “Official Voices of the New York State Fair” taking over PA and stage duties during the annual twelve day run.
Ted lives in Baldwinsville with his wife Bobbie. They have three kids; Taylor, Harry and Ashle and dogs Bailey and Jack. Amy spends most of her free time with her cat Sarnoff and her husband Mark. They live in Cicero.
On Point for College
Sunday June 23rd, Sam’s Club on Erie Blvd., noon – 2 w/Amy
Ride and Run for the Rescue
Saturday June 29th, Long Branch Park w/Amy
The Psychics of Ted & Amy!
Tune in monthly for an "other-worldy" experience with Psychics Maura Kusak-McGuire and Debra Crossman. We'll alternate each one every month as we contact "the other side". Tune in for times and check their Facebook pages by clicking on their picture.
Contact Ted & Amy:
Comment Line 434-9300