She was always a text or phone call away to report on a local story as a reporter. She became a big part of our Radiothon for Kids for Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital and Call In For Cancer for the Upstate Cancer Center. He was always the immediate choice for a Syracuse University sports story. He also helped me with Meals on Wheels of Syracuse. And now... they're leaving for Seattle.
The announcement was made public today by CNY Central.
“Our CNY Central News Team is significantly stronger today because of the talents and tireless efforts of Farah and Niko over many years,” said CNY Central News Director Sean Carroll. “We are going to miss them, but we are also so proud that they will be taking the skills they have sharpened here in Central New York, and the sense of community they both possess, to their new home. A piece of Central New York will always be with Farah and Niko and we wish them the very best throughout this exciting transition.”
“Leaving the community that became my second home more than 13-years ago will be difficult but saying ‘goodbye’ to the wonderful people I’ve met and worked with here is going to be the biggest challenge,” CBS5 This Morning and Noon Anchor Farah Jadran said. “Over my two-years with CNY Central News I’ve seen how their genuinely positive and team-focused attitude delivers our neighbors in this community the very best every day.”
“This is so bittersweet for me, Central New York is my hometown,” CNY Central Sports Director Niko Tamurian said. “I’ll always be grateful to the people and community who have made this job the best in the world! I’m excited for what’s next professionally and to become a new dad in Seattle; but I will always call Central New York home.”
“We may be heading to Seattle, but we will always ‘Bleed Orange’ and are forever grateful to this place we call home,” Jadran added.