Buffalo Sport Page Radio Debuts Saturday Morning on WECK

Buffalo Sports Page Radio debuts Saturday, August 5 on WECK 1230 AM/102.9 FM Radio in Buffalo, from 10am to Noon. The show will be co-hosted by Buffalo Sport Page creators Kevin Sylvester and Paul Peck. The staff of contributors to the website will play a key role on the radio show, as regular guests and occasional guest hosts.

The debut show will feature BSP’s Greg Gabriel, Joe Yerdon and Bob Gaughan as guests. The topics will include Bills training camp updates, Sabres offseason news and a college football preview.

Fans can be a part of the show in a number of ways. They can call in and ask questions, or submit questions through Facebook and Twitter.

Call in Line: (716) 783-9325
Facebook: www.facebook.com/buffsportspage
Twitter: @buffsportspage

Buffalo’s Very Own WECK can be found at 1230 AM & 102.9 FM.

Buffalo Sports Page Radio will add a Sunday morning football show on September 10. It will run from 11am until 1pm. The Sunday show will feature regular guest Tyler Dunne of Bleacher Report.

Paul Peck

Paul Peck is sports broadcaster with over 25 years experience in TV and Radio. He served as sports anchor, reporter, and producer at WIVB for 24 years. In that role, he covered all four Buffalo Bills Super Bowls, the Buffalo Sabres in the Stanley Cup Finals, the NCAA Basketball Tournament and the Daytona 500. He has been the Voice of the UB Bulls Football for 17 seasons, in addition to host of Bulls Athletics TV & Radio shows. Peck also served as the sideline reporter for the Buffalo Bills Football Network, host of the bowling show "Beat The Champ" and announces college basketball for ESPN 3 and Time Warner Cable Sports Channel. He has also been the Master of Ceremonies for the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame, one of the largest sports banquets in WNY.

Paul is also involved in the local business community, having been a financial advisor at AXA Advisors, and is currently the Vice President of Sports Development at VSP Graphics Group.

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