April 4, 2022

Ed Nice Promoted to Brand Manager at Power 93.7 WBLK Buffalo

 Townsquare Media Buffalo, NY announced today that on-air and online content creator Ed Nice has been promoted to Brand Manager of #1-rated Hip Hop & R&B Power 93.7 WBLK-FM. He assumes the position immediately.

“This is a legendary local radio station with a 57-year track record of amazing talent and quality radio. I am honored that the leadership at Townsquare Media trusts me to lead the WBLK team and brand into the future. We will continue to lead in Buffalo with the best local radio and digital content,” commented Ed Nice.

“We are very excited to have Ed rise into this role, said Townsquare Buffalo Market President, Mark Plimpton. “He has been on the WBLK team for years and has always delivered high quality entertainment. He has a passion for the station and great relationships in our community.”

SVP/Content and Programming Kurt Johnson added, “We love promoting talented Townsquare people and Ed has earned this significant role through outstanding work on-air, online and on the street. He personifies our mission. I have no doubt he will lead the local team to even more success at the legendary WBLK.”

A native New Englander, raised in Buffalo, Nice has worked over 16 years with WBLK as a host, Mix show DJ, and online content creator. He has worked as the Director of Housing and Community Development for the Buffalo Urban League, and before that, as the Chief Executive Officer at Westside Neighborhood Housing Services in Buffalo.

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