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Susan Banks Susan Banks is co-anchor for 7 News at 5 pm, 6pm and 11pm. Old pals Kevin O'Connell (Channel 4) and Susan Banks (Channel 7) have returned from news teams afar, while budding anchor star Allison Rosati left Channel 2 to jump to the big leagues in Chicago. On Friday night at 7:30p.m. Wiry tough.And she is cool.Banks, who f… She did weather on Channel 4 in the mid 80s. Persons appearing in this are Ann Edwards, Susan Banks, Keith Radford, Jean Hill, Kathleen Leighton, and Irv Weinstein. Posted on July 19, 2018 July 19, 2018 Categories Buffalo Radio & TV , Buffalo's Pop Culture Heritage Tags Carol Jasen , Liz Dribben , Marie Rice , Rich Kellman , Sheila Murphy , Susan Banks , Susan King Susan Banks, WKBW-TV, c.1980 Frank Benny, WGR-TV weather man, mid 70s Maria Genero is one of a vaunted few– She’s worked at 2,4, & 7. Susan was a television news reporter and anchor at WKBW-TV (Buffalo), WHDH-TV (Boston), KHOU-TV (Houston), and WITN-TV (Washington, N.C.) -- a career that spanned 32 years. New York Giants, in January 1991. Now that Anchor has also left the Susan holds a BA with a major in Speech and Speech Therapy from the University of Rhode Island and an M.A.

View Susan Banks’ profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. in Communication from the University of New … at the time). In 2006, when WKBW (Buffalo) wanted longtime Anchor Susan Banks to take a pay cut, Banks decided to quit instead.  Then WKBW General Manager Bill Ransom decided to replace Banks with a cheap replacement that would do the job at a fraction of Banks salary. Susan has 3 jobs listed on their profile. Maybe 5-foot, 4-inches and thats in heels.She is tough. Susan first joined WKBW-TV in May of 1977 and worked as reporter and anchor until May of 1981.She then went to WHDH-TV in Boston (WNAC at the time). Meet some inspirational "Women in Buffalo Television" in a WBBZ-TV special! Three things hit you right away about Susan Banks.She is small.
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Susan Banks, 1998 These ladies are just a few of the pioneering women of Television journalism in Buffalo.

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