With routines changing due to the COVID-19 crisis, commuters who might not be near the radio as often as they once were can still hear WBFO's award-winning reporting with the launch of the “WBFO Brief” podcast.
Starting May 1, WBFO Brief brings listeners the most important local Morning Edition news stories of the day in a about 15 minutes.
The podcast is available on most podcast platforms and new episodes will be delivered Monday through Friday by 11 am.
“WBFO is proud to be a reliable source of journalism for our community, before and during this current crisis,” said WBFO News Director Dave Debo. “As we build on that reputation, this podcast will allow our listeners to hear their local news, whenever and wherever they want. At uncertain times, we want our listeners to know we’re here for them.”
The WBFO Brief is available on several podcast apps including:
Here's a couple of example of what it sounds like.
If you like it, find it on your favorite podcast platform and tell your friends to subscribe.
To get up to the minute news, tune into WBFO on your radio (88.7 in. Buffalo, 88.1. in Jamestown, 91.3 Olean), stream online at wbfo.org, with the WBFO mobile app, or with your smart speaker