During the pioneering decades of broadcasting, Buffalo, New York played a key role in station development and was a talent pool for the national networks. Many Buffalo Broadcasters played significant roles in the development of the Broadcast Industry.
The Buffalo Broadcasters Association was founded as a 501-C3 non-profit organization in 1996 for the purpose of collecting and preserving artifacts and the history of Broadcasting in Upstate New York. Our ongoing goal is to recognize and honor the people, past and present, which have worked and contributed to Radio and Television in our broadcast region through an annual Hall of Fame celebration.
Our long range goal is the creation of a museum facility to display the memorabilia of Broadcasting, and tell the story of our people.
Through our mentor program, our members will be available to support, guide and encourage the next generation of Broadcasters and to ensure that our rich history is preserved.