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

Offering a nostalgic look at the Southern Tier of New York's landmarks and institutions and how they have changed or simply "are no more." Included in program #1 are the Triplets baseball team, the Lackawanna Train Station, Ithaca'...
Long before names like Gates and Iacocca made headlines, Thomas Watson, Sr. was famous for the company he ran and the money he made. Strangely, however, no major filmed biography of the life and legacy of Thomas Watson has ever been produced. Why?...
For over 50 years, George F. Johnson had worked to build one of the largest and most successful manufacturing organizations in United States history, The Endicott Johnson Shoe Corporation. EJ Shoes, as it was known, was a mammoth operation,...