Original Documentaries

WSKG TV proudly produces original documentaries that archive the history, culture and issues of primary importance to our community. From Flood of '35 to Cornell: Birth of the American University, our programs seek to cover the breadth and depth of our 21-county coverage area, while maintaining the high-level production quality associated with all content seen on WSKG TV's broadcast channels.


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Special thanks to the following generous contributors who help make our documentaries possible: Alan and Barbara Jones, Gene and Judy Peckham, Mailyn Gaddis Rose, and Linda and Robert Biemer. If you'd lke to find out how you can support WSKG documentary filmmaking, please call Carol Young at 607 729 0100 x322

The Architectural Vision of Binghamton In 1786, William Bingham, a wealthy banker and land speculator from Philadelphia, purchased 10,000 acres of land in Upstate New York. Bingham had a vision of building a model village that would rival any in...
2005 NYSBA Award - Best Documentary In October 1868, the first students of a new university began the rugged hike up East Hill in Ithaca, NY. They would be the first students of the college that would change the way higher education was...
2005 NYS EMMY AWARD - Best Historical/Cultural Programming: Single Program or Special Glenn Curtiss: The Forgotten Eagle highlights the life of Southern Tier native, Glenn Hammond Curtiss. This is the first documentary ever produced on one of...