It was the end of an era Thursday night for fans of Comedy Central's The Daily Show. After 16 years and more than 2,600 episodes, Jon Stewart hosted his final show in what turned out to be a star-studded and emotional affair.

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Saturday marked the 50th anniversary of the civil rights marches in Selma, Alabama that came to be known as “Bloody Sunday.” When the marches were happening, NAACP Buffalo Branch President, Frank Mesiah, was active in civil rights in Buffalo.

This week, WBFO welcomes a new addition to our Press Pass rotation. Pat Feldballe, who hosts Saturday night Blues on WBFO, will be sitting down for occasional conversations with Buffalo Niagara Film Commissioner Tim Clark to talk about the bustling film industry in Western New York. 

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The Buffalo Broadcasters Association announced its 2014 Hall of Fame inductees Tuesday.

Dish Network is finding itself in the midst of legal actions.

A number of major broadcasting companies have filed suit against the firm due to its service called AutoHop that is offered to customers. AutoHop allows viewers to record television programs while eliminating the commercials. Commercial networks are working to protect the many billions of dollars in revenue they receive annually from advertisers.

Dish Network introduced AutoHop this month and has filed a countersuit claiming that the service is not illegal.