The Binghamton Broadcasters Reunion could not happen without the advice and guidance of the Steering Committee and interested broadcasters.
The original concept of the Broadcasters Reunion started many years ago by Bob Huckabone (a Binghamton Radio and TV Veteran) who established informal broadcaster parties at this home.
In time, Bob's get-togethers were moved to the American Legion in Endicott.
These events were and are a labor of love, time-consuming and expensive to put on.
In 2005, Bob proposed handing over the reins of the broadcaster reunions to interested local broadcasters, and the Binghamton Broadcasters Reunion took on a life of it's own.
It's been a successful effort, honoring our own, and giving broadcasters a chance to meet and mingle.
Attendance has hovered at nearly 200 people, with broadcast legends and veterans coming from across the country to attend.
Here, then in no apparent order, is a listing and acknowledgement of the efforts of the Steering Committee and others who have helped tremendously.
Bob and Sallie Connelly
Bob and Doris Huckabone
and many others who have given suggestions, found lost broadcasters, and contrbuted audio and video clips for our CD and DVD handouts.