This Tuesday the Little Theatre will screen the film The Crash Reel. This Little One Take Doc film, which is supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, is also part of Dialogue on Disability, a partnership we have with our good friends at Al Sigl Community of Agencies. The film tells the s
This week marks the beginning of a new era for WXXI radio as Evan Dawson gets behind the microphone for our weekly afternoon talk show, Connections. For more than 25 years, Bob Smith held that post, hosting 1370 Connection, but had to leave the program due to health reasons.
Paley on Park Avenue: New York City, WXXI's hour-long documenary that follows world-renowned sculptor, Albert Paley, as he creates 13 original sculptures for The Fund for Park Avenue’s Temporary Public Art Collection in New York City, received such praise from viewers when it premiered on WXXI-TV Thursday, December 12 that we're presenting an encore broadcast Monday, December
WXXI's commitment to education doesn't end at its award-winning PBS Kids programs like Sesame Street, Arthur, and Curious George. Our Education & Outreach Department provides training for parents and teachers on effective ways to extend learning using media, books, & hands-on learning at home & school.
If you have Time Warner Digital Cable, you have found WXXI channels at a new home. Time Warner Cable has reconfigured its channel line-up and moved WXXI up into its "Local Tier". If you're a digital cable customer in Monroe County, you will find WXXI-TV on cable channel 1221, WXXI-World on 1275 and WXXI-Create on 1276. In addition, you'll still find WXXI-TV on cable channel 11.
As one of Rochester's long-standing companies, the unquestionable global impact of Xerox makes for a fascinating story. To commemorate the 75th anniversary of Xerography, WXXI-TV presents three special programs on the dry photocopying technique and the company and leaders behind it.
WXXI and the Little Theatre are proud to support Greentopia, the annual interactive festival that spotlights what our region is doing to embrace the green movement. The festival runs September 10-15, and in anticipation of it, WXXI-TV has been presenting an encore broadcast of Ken Burns’ six-part series The National Parks, September 2-7 at 9 p.m.
WXXI is fortunate to have a strong legacy giving program, grown over many years, thanks to the support of friends like you. Bequests, charitable gift annuities, gifts from life insurance or retirement policies are just some of the ways you can have an impact on the future of WXXI.
As we enter our new fiscal year, I would like to thank everybody who stepped up and made membership pledges during our year-end campaign. Whether they were additional gifts or new memberships, the outpouring of support in helping us try to bridge our budget showed how important public media is to this community.