As your portal to arts, history, news, science and educational programming, WSKG takes you around your neighborhood and around the world. Through locally-produced content and partnerships with public media organizations like NPR, PBS, Create, PRX and PRI, we’ve offered you the widest variety and highest quality of entertainment and information over broadcast for the past 40 years in the Southern Tier of New York, northern Pennsylvania, and beyond.
Today, WSKG strives to take you to more new places as changes in technology take down geographic barriers and connect you to the farthest reaches of your local and global community.
Through a newly redesigned mobile-friendly website (you’re on it!), content on free national apps you already use and trust, and a specialized app to meet your and your children’s educational needs, we invite you to jump aboard the train to anywhere – wherever you go, go with WSKG!
Where can I find videos from WSKG?
To see recent videos and previews for upcoming shows, click the Watch button in the gold bar on the left side of any WSKG.org page. Peruse your favorite local and national shows, and see some special videos you’ll only find online!
At our PBS video portal, sit back and relax as you watch full-length documentaries from our award-winning filmmaker, Brian Frey, including Cornell: Birth of the American University and Agnes: Flood of ’72. You can also take advantage of PBS’s vast offering of national shows you love after (and sometimes before) they air, including Masterpiece and Frontline. Make sure to sign in with your free account to watch videos in HD and save videos to your watchlist for later!
Local and national shows you see in the above portal on your desktop are also available on free PBS apps for internet-connected TVs, mobile devices and tablets (including the new Windows 10 app!). Visit the PBS Anywhere site to see a full listing of where you can find and download the app and watch your favorite shows!
Where can I find audio from WSKG?
To hear recent audio that aired on WSKG, click the Listen button in the gold bar on the left side of any WSKG.org page. Peruse your favorite local and national shows, and hear some special audio you’ll only find online! Or, you can click the Listen Live button on the right side of any WSKG.org page and hear our broadcast streams for WSKG and WSQX.
You can also access the WSKG and WSQX Radio streams and hear national news and music from NPR on the free NPR apps. Be sure to check out the new NPR One app, featuring hand-picked stories from WSKG News and NPR, based on what you like. On the NPR News app, you’ll find national and international stories of the day, plus links to our streams. On the NPR Music app, you can stream entire albums for top musicians, hear interviews from your favorite hosts, and stream full-length NPR partner shows if you miss them on WSKG.
For a full list of streaming options, take a look at our advanced streaming options. You can play these streams in iTunes and most other media players that come standard on your desktop or laptop.
For access to a wide array of public radio podcasts you know from WSKG Radio (and maybe some you don’t!), you’ll be impressed by NPR’s podcast directory. Download the most recent episode of your favorite show, and take your audio on the go! We’re also fans of the PRX Remix app; it provides an automated flow of shorts from your favorite public radio shows, like 99% Invisible and Snap Judgment.
Where can I find educational services from WSKG?
On the Education section of our newly redesigned website, you’ll find a wide variety of videos, audio stories, links, resources and more for families, teachers, educators and children. From our local American Graduate initiative and educational news reporting to national content from leaders like PBS KIDS, it won’t take you long to find what you need to stay connected to the community in service of your family and/or classroom.
For parents, we’re proud to offer Good To Know, a carefully-crafted set of videos that will help you help your kids with their homework! Learn the basic concepts of Common Core math for Pre-K through first grade. In addition, you can download the free Good To Know app for iOS and Android, and watch the videos from soccer practice or while making dinner!
For teachers, we hope you explore and enjoy the classroom resources offered in our PBS LearningMedia archive. Free for your use, these resources make local connections and align with teaching standards.