Transmitter Location: Page Rd. Olean, N.Y.
Coordinates: N42-02-08.0 W78-26-47.0
Frequency: 91.3 mHz
City of license: Olean NY
Transmitter output power:
Effective Radiated Power: 1.0 kW
Antenna: SHI 6810-2R-DA Directional
Tower built in: 1954
Total height of tower: 180'
Antenna Structure Registration: 1003014
Center of radiation: 157'
Antenna height above average terrain: 656'
Antenna height above mean sea level: 2461'
License Granted: October 14, 2010
Transmitter Location: Dutch Hollow Rd.
Coordinates: N42-10-47.0 W79-20-29.0
Frequency: 88.1 mHz
City of license: Jamestown NY
Transmitter output power: 7.33
Effective Radiated Power: 2.7kW
Antenna: SHI 6810-2R-1/2SS-Directional
Tower built in: 2007
Total height of tower: 226'
Antenna Structure Registration: 1217738
Center of radiation: 476'
Antenna height above average terrain: 499'
Antenna height above mean sea level: 1985'
License Granted: March 21, 2001
Transmitter Location: 2055 Millersport Hwy. Amherst, NY
Coordinates: N43-00-12.0 W78-45-56.0
Frequency: 88.7 mHz
City of license: Buffalo NY
Transmitter output power: 11kW
Effective Radiated Power: 50kW
Antenna: DIE DCBR-C3SP-13H-2 (5 bay)
Tower built in: 2008
Total height of tower: 443'
Antenna Structure Registration: 1244714
Center of radiation: 421'
Antenna height above average terrain: 384'
Antenna height above mean sea level: 1000'
Commenced HD Radio operation: March, 2007
Transmitter location: 871 Whitehaven Rd., Grand Island, NY 14072
Coordinates: NL 43º - 01’ - 48" WL 78º - 55’ - 15"
Antenna Structure Registration: # 1033433
Tower Aeronautical Study: 84-AEA-1973OE
Total Height Above Ground: 1134’
Radiation Center: 1086’ Above Ground Level
Overall height Above Mean Sea Level: 1711’
Antenna: Non-directional - Dielectric model TUC-05-16/80H-R, -0.5 degrees elec. beam tilt
Transmitter Manufacturer: Thales
Transmitter Power output: 5.9 kW (Digital 8VSB)
ERP out: 156 kW (average)
Signed on air (digital): May 2003
The Western New York Public Broadcasting Association has internship openings available in both WBFO and Classical 94.5 WNED. Students will have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in radio operations and production and to develop their writing and broadcasting skills.
Students will be assigned tasks that relate to day-to-day radio operations in the traffic, programming, and production departments and the news room. They will also be afforded the opportunity to collaborate on large scale production and broadcast projects and will be expected to assume responsibilities that are commensurate with their abilities. These projects may include the following:
News-gathering (write copy, record news conferences, etc.) for newscasts on WBFO
Production of Morning Classics, Making a List, and other classical music programs.
Production of promotional spots and underwriting credits
Interns will develop their own semi-monthly work schedules and will be obliged to follow them.
Reliable transportation is essential.
The successful candidate will demonstrate the following:
An interest in public radio
A willingness to learn
The ability to work independently and to work collaboratively
The ability to write cogently
The ability to use basic office software
Previous production, journalism and/or broadcast experience is desirable, though not required!
To apply, send a cover letter and resume to:
P.O. Box 1263
Buffalo, New York 14240