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Weekday Mornings, 5:30 – 10 AM
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 a 42 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. They have been on the air together as “Ted and Amy in the Morning” on 93Q radio for over 34 years.
“Ted and Amy” have been recognized for eighteen years by the Syracuse New Times Readers Poll as Best Local Radio DJs. They are also recipients of the 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, the 2010 recipients of the Post Standard Community Achievement Award, the 2019 Jill Jorolemon Legacy of Commitment Award from the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and the 2020 United Way Achievements in Caring Award.
They were named the “Official Voices of the New York State Fair” in 2011 and in 2017, named emcees for the annual downtown Syracuse St. Patrick’s Parade. They were inducted into the New York State Broadcaster’s Association Hall of Fame in 2019.
Ted lives in Baldwinsville and has three kids; Taylor, Harry and Ashle are all out on their own. Amy spends most of her free time with her cat Kantishna and her husband Mark. They live in Cicero.
Gong through a tough time and need some advice? Ted & Amy can help!
Submit an anonymous entry and Ted & Amy will share it on-air during Group Therapy Thursday, Thursday mornings during the 8 AM hour on 93Q. Your entry will be kept completely anonymous.
Submit your entry for Group Therapy Thursday HERE.
What’s Trending Now w/ Zenetta | Monday mornings at 7:35 on Ted & Amy!
Zenetta drops in every Monday morning to talk about the weekend trends on social media and pop culture. Tune in at 7:35.