Did you know WBFO-FM 88.7 is now available for streaming in iTunes Radio? We're joining a number of public radio stations around the country in the platform this month. Get the local news and programs that matter to you -- wherever you are, whenever you'd like -- from WBFO in iTunes. 

 To find our stream there, type WBFO into the search field, and "add" our station to your personal "My Stations" list for future listening. Or just click herehttps://itunes.apple.com/station/idra.892586002

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Published in WBFO 88.7 FM
Friday, 23 May 2014 00:00

WBFO HD-2 brings Jazz 24/7!

Did you know that WBFO-FM 88.7 HD-2 offers a radio jazz music service, available 24/7?

Published in Programming Highlights

The honor was conferred at the 3rd Annual Buffalo Excellence in Media Awards (BEMA's), which honors Western New York Broadcasters. The awards recognize the outstanding achievements of individuals and radio and television companies in the region. WBFO News reporter Ashley Hirtzel was also recognized as one of the finalists for the Rising Star Award. Read complete details on wbfo.org.

Published in Press Room
Thursday, 01 May 2014 19:52

Matt Catingub re: Big Band Salute

It's a "Big Band Salute with Matt Catingub" and swing into spring at Kleinhans Music Hall, Saturday evening at 8:00 at Kleinhans Music Hall.  WNED's Peter Hall spoke with the conductor, arranger, saxophonist, vocalist, and more!

After eight years as Concertmaster of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra, Michael Ludwig is leaving at the end of this season to pursue an exclusive solo career.  Actually, he's the soloist this weekend at Kleinhans and a few days ago he spoke with WNED's Peter Hall about the history of the Korngold Violin Concerto (remember Heifetz?) and his own musical legacy (which goes back to the teacher of Heifetz, Leopold Auer)!

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