The Buffalo History Museum’s second annual GIANTS OF BUFFALO Television is sold out. Tickets are no longer available. If you didn’t have a chance to buy tickets, watch your TV listings as WKBW, Channel 7 plans to air the presentation in the future. 

The first of two scheduled discussions is GIANTS OF BUFFALO: Television on Friday, March 21st and will feature legendary WKBW, Channel 7 news team Irv Weinstein, Rick Azar and Tom Jolls. The program will be moderated by AM Buffalo host Linda Pellegrino and WBBZ Promotions & Production Director (and former Channel 7 executive) John DiSciullo. Audience questions will also be invited. WKBW, Ch. 7 will record the event for an on-air showing at a future date.  

GIANTS OF BUFFALO: Journalism on Friday, April 18th is set to feature The Buffalo News writers and co-authors of the NY Times best seller, “American Terrorist,” Lou Michel and Daniel Herbeck.

The concept of the program is to engage the audience and the guest speakers in an informal talk – show format about their personal stories as experienced by career choices, industry practices of the day, impact on our region, and inevitable changes.

Individuals honored at the Giants of Buffalo program are selected by a committee comprised of 6 to7 members consisting of Buffalo History Museum board members and staff and collaborating partners.

This year the annual discussion series is in collaboration with the Buffalo Broadcasters Association and offers an adult soirée around the program. Wine, soft drinks, and light snacks will be made available.
Time: 6:00 p.m. Cocktail reception; 7:00 seating for program 

Location: The Buffalo History Museum, One Museum Court (at Elmwood Ave. and Nottingham Terr.)

Tickets are still on sale for the Giants of Journalism event!
Cost for program: $10 for Museum members and  $20 for the general public (Museum admission is free)  VIP tickets are available at $35.  Order by phone at 716-873-9644 or online at

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