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Lane tV & Satellite

“Our dish will satisfy your taste!”


1-888-287-7115   OR   (716) 962-9401

My cousins in front of the original

“Ernie’s Radio” in Fredonia, NY



In 1936 Ernie Lane opened Ernie’s Radio in Fredonia,

New York.  After World War II ended, he moved the

business to Gowanda, New York, where he was joined

by his brother, Rodney Lane.


The store became Lane’s Records and TV.


In the 1960’s the brothers moved once again to

Avon Park, Florida


In 1973, Don Lane joined the family business and opened his first store, Lane’s Radio, TV, & Appliances in Cassadaga, New York; later relocating to nearby Sinclairville, New York, then across the valley to it’s present location on Route 380 in the Town of Stockton

(We still have a Sinclairville address!)


Over the past 40 years, Lane’s Radio, TV, & Appliances has evolved into Lane TV & Satellite.  After going back to school (many times!) and earning certifications in “Receive Only” and “Two-way” satellite systems, Don Lane has expanded his service expertise to cover “most everything” satellite related.


We serve both residential and commercial customers, as well as several government agencies.  We handle referrals for work in the Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania service area,  from several satellite service companies, from New York to Florida, and even Ohio to California!






Lane TV & Satellite continues to serve the Western New York, Northwestern Pennsylvania area with top-notch commercial and government satellite data installation, service, and repair.


We do our own service work, we don’t “farm-out” jobs to other service companies!


Lane TV & Satellite is owned by a Certified Senior Master Satellite Field Technician, with experience on FordStar, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, CVS, Walgreens, and Rite-Aid systems, among many more. 


Don Lane was one of the first satellite field technicians to be certified by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.


Many of our customers have remarked,

“If your work is good enough for Uncle Sam,

Then it’s got to be good enough for me.”

Text Box: “If you can’t take time to do the job right,
When will you make time to do the job over?”