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Ricky Sayer is a student at Syracuse University with plans to graduate in December 2021. He has professional on-air experience working as an MMJ at WBNG-TV 12 News Binghamton, where he was an intern from October 2020 to July 2021. In July/August 2021 he appeared on-air for KAMR-TV in Amarillo, working as a Washington D.C.-based correspondent through a Syracuse University/Nexstar Media partnership. In college, he has reported extensively for student-run CitrusTV, where he has also served as the programming director, assistant news director, executive producer, assignment editor, and anchor. He can be reached at rickyrsayer@gmail.com

3 thoughts on “About

  1. bendict101

    Hi Ricky,
    Like your reporting style and web site.
    You mentioned you were going to do a report on elementary overcrowding that may result in expansion. If so please contact me– the Penn Wynne Civic Association is trying to get School board to consider variations on their plan which preserve the Penn Wynne Elementary field for kids and community. Penn Wynne Elementary currently has highest density of Kids / outdoor play areas. There is a lot of pressure on board to keep costs to bare minimum, but we have two alternate plans.

    Thank you,
    Ben. bendict101@yahoo.com (610) 955-1944.

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  2. Danielle Love

    Hi i had a question about one of your youtube videos. Harriton Spring 2016 Rap Slam Poetry Concert: https://youtu.be/zjo4OoS-qXQ

    The young lady who gets on after the first musical performance joey. What is her name does she haveany other posts of her writings. Shes amazing.

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