List of Buffalo Bills broadcasters
The Buffalo Bills Radio Network is flagshipped at WGR (AM 550). John Murphy is the team's current play-by-play announcer; he was a color commentator alongside and eventually succeeded longtime voice Van Miller after Miller's retirement at the end of the 2003 NFL season. Mark Kelso serves as the color analyst. The Bills radio network has seventeen affiliates in upstate New York and one affiliate, CJCL 590AM (The Fan) in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
- Dick Rifenburg and Ralph Hubbell (1960-1972)
- Ed Rutkowski (1973-1977)
- Stan Barron (1978-1983)
- John Murphy (1984-1989, 1994-2003)
- Greg Brown (1990-1993)
- Alex Van Pelt (2004-2005)
- Mark Kelso (2006–present)
- Paul Peck (?-2003, 2005-2008)
- Jeff Burris (2004-2005)
- Rich "Bull" Gaenzler (2009-2011)
- Joe Buscaglia (2012-2013)
- Sal Capaccio (2014–present)
- Jim Brinson (2004)
- Rich "Bull" Gaenzler (2005-2006)
- Vic Carucci (2006-2008)
- Brent Axe (2009-2011)
- Mike Schopp and Chris "Bulldog" Parker (2012–present)
During preseason, most games are televised on MSG Western New York per a rights deal between MSG and the team owners Terry and Kim Pegula and simulcasted on Buffalo's ABC affiliate, WKBW-TV channel 7 along with the stations of Nexstar Media Group elsewhere in upstate New York. WKBW's agreement expires after the 2019 season, at which point WIVB-TV, as a Nexstar affiliate, will take over as the official broadcast home of the Bills. Since 2008, preseason games have been broadcast in high definition.
As an American Football Conference team, the majority of Buffalo Bills regular season games air on CBS, which is carried in Buffalo on WIVB; Thursday night games, any home games in which the opponent is from the National Football Conference, and any games the league arbitrarily chooses to "cross-flex" air on Fox, whose local affiliate is WUTV. Sunday night games, should the Bills ever be selected for one, air on NBC, whose Buffalo affiliate is WGRZ. The rights to Monday night simulcasts from ESPN expired after 2017; as of August, it is unknown what station has purchased those rights.
|2000||Ray Bentley (home) or Jay Randolph (road)||Steve Tasker|
|2002||Steve Tasker||Marv Levy|
|2006||Ray Bentley||Steve Tasker|