The move was announced yesterday in staff meetings at the ABC affiliate.
The station has added a pair of new reporters recently.
As the football and hockey season quickly approach, you may have seen a new reporter/anchor in the sports department at WKBW-TV.
WBEN’s afternoon co-host is the first living veteran of the Iraq War to receive this military recognition.
Local broadcasters will be recognized at the annual gala on Thursday, September 19.
Have you been keeping track? There have been lots of changes at local stations!
The Chairman of the Buffalo Broadcasters Association has been promoted to a new role with Beasley Broadcast Group.
Each year, WKBW-TV announces the hire four new journalists as a part of the Journalism Career Program through the E.W. Scripps Company and Syracuse University.
Nancy Sanders, one of the few people in Buffalo broadcasting to work at all three local stations, left WIVB-TV earlier this month after more than a decade at the station. Her career in Western New York spanned an impressive 45 years.
In keeping with the tradition of celebrating the future of broadcasting, the Buffalo Broadcasters Association is proud to announce that applications are being accepted for the Tim Russert Media Career Award.