Amy Robbins | Ted & Amy in the Morning | Weekday Mornings 5:30 – 10 AM
Amy Robbins is a 33 year veteran of the Syracuse radio market, who has been teamed up with Morning Show co-host Ted Long for the last thirty-three years! She is a 1983 graduate of Camden High School and a 1987 graduate of Ithaca College School of Communications with a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
Amy is a recipient of the 2016 Media Award from The Salvation Army. She received the 2009 Community Service Award from the CNY Girl Scout Council and was also recognized as one of “The 100 who Inspire Girls to Achieve and Lead” for the Girl Scout Council’s 100th anniversary in 2012. Other recognitions include the 2003 “Pink Hero” award and the 2019 Jill Jorolemon Legacy of Commitment Award from the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, the 2009 Support of Emergency Services award from Northern Onondaga Volunteer Ambulance, the 2004 and 2006 Media Award from the Syracuse Onondaga Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission, the 2010 Post Standard Achievement award and the 2020 United Way Achievement in Caring award.
“Ted and Amy” were recognized for eighteen years by the Syracuse New Times Readers Poll as “Best Local Radio Personalities”. As of 2011, Ted and Amy took over as the “Official Voices of the New York State Fair” and in 2017 became the emcees for the annual St. Patrick’s Parade in Downtown Syracuse. They were inducted into the New York State Broadcaster’s Hall of Fame in 2019.
Amy is a fan of cooking, gardening, naps, spending way too much money on bird feeders and her two kitties Riley (named after BB King) and Kantishna (named after the region near Mount Denali in Alaska which is amazing!). She loves but continues to complain about a good workout, basking by wood stove fire with a glass of wine and throwing fabulous dinner parties. She and her husband Mark live in Cicero. They love Finger Lakes Wine Country and hit their goal of trying to visit all fifty states by the year 2020 just before the pandemic hit.
Email Amy: amy@93Q.com