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Downtown Buffalo enveloped in the Blizzard of '77. What was the radio like during the Blizzard? More in an aircheck on the right side of this page.
We have thousands of hours of interesting and bizaare audio. Since its not all on the web, please feel free to e-mail me with any questions or quieries.
Clare Allen and Billy Keaton broadcasting over Buffalo's WEBR Radio in the 1940s.
Steve has personally digitally remastered hundreds of hours of old recordings, making staffannouncer.com North America's Most Eclectic collection of Airchecks, Records, CDs, drops, bits and sounds.
President John F. Kennedy on the steps of Buffalo's City Hall on Pulaski Day 1962. That historic broadcast available to the right.
The collection spans over one hundred years, and covers every taste. There's no doubt you'll love something you never knew existed from this collection!
Van Miller hikes the ball to Jack Kemp in this 1969 WBEN Bills schedule photo.
These have been collected by me over the last quarter of a century, were all created for my personal enjoyment, and not for any commercial use. I hope you'll respect and continue that tradition.
The Federal Radio Company owned WGR in the 20s, and the station's studios were in the building that is now FWS on Elmwood Avenue in Buffalo, between Hertel and Amherst.
Materials included here are being shared for historical and educational purposes only, and are to be used for private, non-commercial uses.
Hens & Kelly's Lunch counter... A downtown classic!
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Bailo's: Before it burned to the ground in the late 70's, the Bailey Avenue joint was THE place for Beef on weck. Photo courtesy John Bisci.
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