At long last, the rebirth of legacy radio station WEBR is making a comeback to it’s the hometown of Buffalo New York, at 1440 on the AM dial! After a 27 year absence, this historic “Buffalo Born” radio station is bound to have a strong re-emergence on local airwaves which will be music to the ears of Western New Yorker's ..
Mr. William Yuhnke, a veteran Buffalo broadcaster and President of Western New York's Liberty Transportation cab Company in a collaboration with Hall of Fame Radio and TV broadcast executive Don Angelo have teamed up on a mission to make radio history for the Niagara Frontier broadcast community..
Through the decades many of the legendary on-air personalities of WEBR went on to national fame and several were inducted into the Buffalo Broadcasters Hall of Fame. Most recall Jack Sharpe who was America's first helicopter traffic reporter in 1959 and later elected Amherst Town Supervisor..