In announcements on social media, some big moves have been shared in the past 24 hours.
One of our favorite programs we run each year is our Student Mentoring Program, which is now looking for its fourth class of mentees.
Two new hires were announced on social media over the past few days. Today, we share the news with you!
A familiar voice is returning to the morning airwaves and we’re sure that you know who it is…
It’s been a busy few weeks in Buffalo as three broadcasters have left local stations.
Local news organizations often rely on stringers to shoot footage of stories for manyreasons and we remember one that recently passed away.
WYRK-FM, one of the area’s most listened to stations, has made a change to their morning show.
Following the departure of Joe Chille from WECK-AM/FM, Radio One Buffalo Owner Buddy Shula announced a promotion from within.
There is more news to share regarding the changes from Townsquare Media.
Each year, we see many broadcasters come and go from Western New York. Some are here for the very first time and for others, it’s a homecoming of sorts. Some who have left stay local, some head off to bigger markets, while some have left the broadcasting world completely. In our best attempt to cover all the bases, here’s a look back at what changed in 2018. This is as comprehensive of a list that we could keep track of.