How to Get on The Biff

How to Get on The Biff (Radio Station)

  1. Sign up for the prerequisite class, Exploring Electronic Media, which is offered ONLY the first semester of the school year.  More information about the EEM class can be found at :
  2. After taking EEM, you can apply to be on the WBFH Staff.
  3. Biff Staff is selected based upon a seven point criteria and performance in the prerequisite class. WBFH Staff class link:
  4. Start your communications career in high school as many have by taking these media courses and working on one of only 10 high school radio stations in the state!
  5. For questions, contact WBFH General Manager Pete Bowers at

Biff Was Live from the Red Carpet at Performing Arts Center Opening

Bloomfield Hills Schools hosted a Red Carpet event for the opening of the B.H.H.S  Performing Arts Center February 11th and the Biff was on hand to broadcast live from 5-7:30 p.m. Biffers Evan Brook, Greg Margosian, Harrison Parker and Pete Bowers were live from the red carpet doing interviews with patrons in attendance including School Board President Ingrid Day, School Board Vice President Cynthia von Oeyen, Student Jaclyn Berger and West Bloomfield Township Trustee Debbie Macon.

This event included Hors d’Oeuvres, the Performing Arts Center Opening, and the opening production of the West Side Story with a special presentation before curtain from Day on behalf of the Bloomfield Hills Schools Board of Education.

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Pete Bowers Featured on Channel 7’s Ann Marie’s All-Stars

General Manager Pete Bowers and Biff Staff students were featured on a segment entitled Ann Marie’s All-Stars which aired on Channel 7 in Detroit February 11. Bowers was nominated by two former students who work at Channel 7, JoAnne Purtan and Heather Catallo. The All-Stars pieces are done by WXYZ Reporter Ann Marie LaFlamme. Watch it on this LINK

There were two articles in the Bloomfield Hawkeye newspaper about Mr. Bowers: and


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