WSKG Reporters Honored By PRNDI, The New York State Associated Press

WSKG Radio Morning Edition Host/Reporter Gabe Altieri has won two awards from the NYS chapter of the Associated Press. The first was for enterprise reporting (meaning that story didn’t come from a press release or press conference, it came from sources he’d developed on his own). It was about how voters in the Town of Van Etten and the Village of Van Etten were deciding whether to dissolve the town and have it join the larger village. The process was fracturing the community. Gabe’s other award was for a sports feature, an in-depth story on whether sports stadiums financially help or hurt small cities.

Public Inspection Files

Here are links to the WSKG’s public inspection files, all of which are online files hosted, as required, on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website. TELEVISION


Frequencies and Channels for WSKG Radio, WSQX Radio, and WSKG TV

Where to find WSKG Radio, WSQX Radio, WSKG HD TV, PBS Kids, Create and World. Radio or TV station off the air? Report here. TV & Radio coverage area map
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WSKG Radio
NPR News, classical, variety (schedule)

89.3fm   Binghamton (HD radio: WSQX is heard on HD2)
91.1fm   Corning, Elmira (HD radio: WSQX is heard on HD2)
105.9fm Cooperstown
88.7fm   Hornell (HD radio: WSQX is heard on HD2)
90.9fm   Ithaca (HD radio: WSQX is heard on HD2)
89.9fm   Odessa
91.7fm    Oneonta
90.9fm   Watkins Glen
WSQX Radio
Breaking news with jazz on weekends (schedule)

91.5    Binghamton
90.7    Corning
88.1    Greene, Norwich
92.1     Ithaca
(WSQX is also heard on the HD2 signal of several WSKG repeaters… see above)

Both WSKG and WSQX are streaming live 24/7 from here.

Attention WSKG-TV viewers in Cortland and Tompkins counties

(Vestal, NY) Spectrum Cable has informed WSKG-TV that it plans to drop the public media TV station from its cable lineup in Tompkins and Cortland counties in the coming weeks. An exact date has not been determined. WSKG President and CEO Greg Catlin says “Spectrum Cable has the right to do this, but we think it’s wrong. Spectrum can continue to carry WSKG-TV in Tompkins and Cortland counties if it chooses, but has chosen not to. Spectrum calls it a business decision.