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

Relive the first years of hockey in Binghamton and celebrate the team that won the heart of our community! In 1973 a young Binghamton entrepreneur had an idea-he wanted to bring professional hockey to New York State's Southern...
Preserves in word and image an abundance of objects and events. In the third program in the eries:  "46-Quart Cans and some Passengers" - the milk trains; "The Standard Herbal Remedies" - Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root and...
A series of remembrances of extraordinary events and everyday life in the Southern Tier of New York featuring: Elmira's Eldridge Park, once called "the playground of the Southern Tier"; Lackawanna Railroad Trains on the Ithaca-Owego...