WBBZ-TV Your Hometown MeTV Station, is on-the-air with our new program, “Daily Buzz 716,” LIVE every weekday morning at 10a.m.
Currently, a re-broadcast of the show airs at 10:30p.m. weeknights.
Owner Phil Arno stated, “During the last five years, WBBZ-TV has introduced local programs to Western New York such as Bragging Rights; Political Buzz; Talk of the Town; What’s The Buzz in Western New York; The Fred Jackson Show; The Robert Woods Show; Polka Buzz; The Bucky and Sully Sports Talk Show; Beat The Champ; and several specials. Now, in keeping with our mission of being the most aggressive, locally connected broadcast facility in the area, WBBZ-TV is proud to announce the launch of another brand new show.”
“Daily Buzz 716” is a one hour broad topic talk show that will air live Monday through Friday at 10a.m. from our studio at Eastern Hills.
Here is some information on recent guests!
Monday, you met Father Joe Gatto, head of Christ the King Seminary.
Wednesday, who holds the Erie County Water Authority accountable? A local attorney responds to a recent Buffalo News story on the politics behind the board.
Then, catching up with Mary Friona and Scott Celani who are online with their new website, Totally Buffalo.
Thursday, the ladies are one-on-one with Erie County Sheriff Timothy Howard. The Sheriff discusses everything from Second Amendment Rights, to keeping our hometown safe.
Here are some websites on past guests, and their websites for more information:
Canisius College Autism research department, go to this website:
Better Business Bureau:
Alleyway Theatre and the show now on stage, “I’m Fine” go to:
O’Connell and Company production of “The Cemetery Club” go to:
Niagara Aerospace Museum:
You can make a free reservation to to see the show from our studio audience by clicking the “Daily Buzz 716” icon button.
Regular participants featured on the show include:
Supreme Court Judge
WBBZ-TV personality, actress, and vocalist
Mary Kate O’Connell
Actress and Executive Director
of O’Connell and Company
WBLK-FM radio personality
and social media maven
Award winning author and former journalist at
the L.A. Times and the New Orleans Times Picayune
Founder of “For Our Daughters,”
empowering young women
The show is unique in the history of Buffalo broadcasting, and will bring to our viewers – at home through social media, and in our studio through live interaction – the chance to discuss important, timely issues everyday.
Spirited debate, sprinkled with a hefty dose of humor, “Daily Buzz 716” will provide Western New Yorkers with food for thought and entertainment like no other program on TV in the area.
Regular features and high profile guests will round out the content each day, “Daily Buzz 716” will be produced by Kelly O’Hara, an accomplished industry professional returning to her hometown of Buffalo with experience in New York and Los Angeles.
The show debuted Monday March 6, 2017.
WBBZ is seen throughout Western New York over-the-air on digital channel 67.1. Ch. 5 on Verizon FiOS (HD 505); Ch. 5 Dish; Ch. 67 DirecTV, and these Spectrum channels: Buffalo – Niagara Falls Metro area: Channel 5 (HD 1230); Batavia – Genesee, Wyoming, Orleans Counties Channel 71 (HD 1230); Parts of Erie and Niagara Counties Channel 71 (HD 1230); Dunkirk Channel 99 (HD 1230); Olean Channel 21 (HD 1230); Fredonia – Jamestown Channel 72 (HD 1230); Alfred- Angelica- Avoca- Bath- Bolivar Friendship- Hornell Channel 71 (HD 1230).
WBBZ-TV is WNY’s only locally owned and operated television station. 4545 Transit Road, suite 750 Williamsville, NY 14221. 716-630-9229. www.wbbz.tv “Like” WBBZ-TV on Facebook. Follow the conversation @WBBZ on Twitter.