Sharing Buffalo's Broadcasting History
Celebrating 100 Years of Buffalo Broadcasting 1922-2022
Marty Biniasz, Buffalo Broadcasting History
Marty Biniasz, Buffalo Broadcasting History
"The primary purpose of my efforts is to preserve the history of broadcasting in Buffalo & Western New York through items privately collected or submitted by the people who made the industry what it is today. The celebration of radio & television does not belong exclusively to the broadcaster but is shared by those who welcomed these men & women into their lives on a daily basis.  To the broadcaster, the "fan," the viewer and the listener...thank you for helping me tell YOUR story and the story of the Buffalo Niagara region."

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Coming Soon! Just in time to celebrate 100 Years of Buffalo Broadcasting, A New Book on Buffalo Radio by Marty Biniasz & Arcadia Publishing
Buffalo Radio Broadcasting Book Publication
Don't Touch That Dial! Coming Soon... Buffalo Radio from Arcadia Publishing written by Marty Biniasz.
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Buffalo News, December 7, 2010
We're producing a limited run of WBEN and WKBW microphone flags for RCA 77 mics. Email me at if interested in learning more.
Learn about history microphone flags (click image above)
1738 Elmwood Avenue, Site of Buffalo's "1st" radio station WGR (click image above)
Visit our Rocketship7 tribute page. (Click image above)
NOTE: These efforts to preserve & promote Buffalo broadcasting history are not affiliated with the Buffalo Broadcasters Association, the Buffalo Broadcasting Hall of Fame or the Buffalo Niagara Hall of Fame project.

Historian and archivist of Buffalo, New York radio and television ephemera, equipment and memorabilia. This private collection includes over 2,000 items from such broadcast stations as WGR, WEBR, WKBW, WBEN, WYSL, WBNY and WBUF. No item is too insignificant in telling the story of Buffalo broadcasting history. Items collected to be used in an upcoming book on Buffalo broadcasting and museum displays. Contact me before you throw it out.

Marty Martin Biniasz WBEN Radio WBEN-AM
1996, Marty Biniasz at WBEN-AM, Buffalo
Marty Biniasz, founder of with WKBW-TV's Promo the Robot. Biniasz created a salute to Buffalo Children's Television exhibit at the former Toy Town Museum.
Marty Biniasz Broadcasting Radio TV Buffalo NY
Buffalo News, December 7, 2010: With best friend Steve Cichon, Biniasz celebrates Buffalo's rich broadcasing history.