WBLK Inducted Into The Buffalo Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame!!! [VIDEO]
In 1964, the Smiley Face was invented, the "Baby Ruth" was the #1 Candy Bar, and the Ford Mustang was introduced and cost only $2400!!!! Later that same year, on December 10th, 1964, George "The Hound Dog" Lorenz proudly hosted his own Radio Program called "The House That The Hound Built" from 7p-10p weeknights. His show was appropriately named based on the FACT that he (George Lorenz - "The Hound Dog") created what is now known as The Oldest Known Urban Radio Station in the United States of America... THE PEOPLE'S STATION... 93.7 WBLK!!!!
Today, 50 Years later, and THANKS TO YOU... WBLK is stronger than ever!!!! To celebrate that accomplishment, The Buffalo Broadcasters Association respectfully inducted WBLK into the heralded "Buffalo Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame"!!!!!
WBLK's most successful Program Director to date, Chris Reynolds, proudly accepted the award on behalf of George Lorenz and all of the Announcers, and current Staff, who have graced the WBLK airwaves over the last 50 Years!!!!!
Take a look at the video of last night's event to see a short Video History of WBLK, as Chris accepts the award and educates the audience as to what the call letters WBLK really stands for...as opposed to "Black" as many people think.