Buffalo Broadcasters

Buffalo Broadcasters Association

Welcome to the Buffalo Broadcasters Association. Our goal is to include all broadcasters, both current and pioneer broadcasters, to be members of our organization. Our newly designed website is a one-stop place for information on everything from the rich history of Buffalo Broadcasting to the latest information happening in the radio and television industry.

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Our organization mission is to collect and preserve broadcasting memorabilia, artifacts, video, air checks and film. LEARN MORE!

LATEST NEWS

Industry News: UB football and basketball games move to WWKB

The University at Buffalo Athletics Department has announced a new radio partnership with WWKB, 1520AM to broadcast football and men's and women's basketball games as well as other programming surrounding UB Athletics beginning this August.

Broadcasters in the News: WKBW lands new sports anchor-reporter

WKBW, Channel 7 has hired a new sports anchor-reporter.

Obituary: Ernest Cavallo

Obituary: Ernest Cavallo

Ernest Cavallo of Hamburg, a pioneer in Buffalo television, died June 10th at the age of 90.


Audio

Listen to the various samples of Buffalo Broadcasting's radio personalities. Without these recordings, some of which were made on wire, early reel to reel or cassette, the legacy of these talented individuals who made a mark on Buffalo broadcasting would be lost forever. We continually update this page, so check back often!

Video

Watch to the various samples of Video Archives featuring many of Buffalo's greatest personalities. These videos highlight the legacy of a number of talented broadcasters that have graced the Buffalo airways and are safely preserved thanks to the miracles of modern technology. 

Photo

Browse through our archives of photos from various donors and collectors dedicated to helping the Buffalo Broadcasters Association preserve the legacy of the many Hall of Fame Inductees and milestones of Broadcasting in the Buffalo area.