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WNED | WBFO is a trusted public media resource that enriches its audiences by providing educational, entertaining programming and services, as well as engaging the Western New York and Southern Ontario communities through cultural and civic involvement.
WNED | WBFO serves the people of Western New York and Southern Ontario with a community-supported alternative to commercial media. We provide our audiences with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions; convene community dialogue; bring the arts to everyone; and engage individuals to share their stories. We help teachers, students and their parents thrive in 21st century classrooms, and take people of all ages on a journey of exploration—exposing them to new people, places and ideas.
We celebrate diversity, embrace innovation, value lifelong learning and partner with those who share our passion for public service.
One in three teenagers will experience some form of abuse in their dating relationships. WNED | WBFO has partnered with the Family Justice Center of Erie County to bring you Reach Out - Recognize Relationship Abuse, online and on television to help give you the tools you need to start a conversation with someone you think might be in an abusive relationship. Visit https://www.reachoutwny.org/ to
Highlights of the great new programming available to WNED|WBFO Passport Members. New videos added in October include: Poldark, Wonders of Mexico, The Frnech Chef with Julia Child and more. Become a WNED | WBFO Member, sign in and start streaming today!
A new law requires that mental health education be provided to students across every classroom in New York. WBFO examines the issue.
Celebrate the power of reading, told through the prism of North America’s 100 best-loved novels. Hurry, voting end Oct. 18th.
Listen to Classical WNED every weekday morning at 8:30am as the Buffalo Philharmonic’s Music Director and Conductor JoAnn Falletta joins Mark Swarts.
In our on-going commitment to raising awareness about the opioid crisis, WNED-TV and PBS stations across New York State are dedicating a week of special programming.
The redesigned WNED | WBFO website provides the same great content in more accessible ways!
Archived news coverage from WNED-TV provides a look at the Love Canal environmental disaster, which forced many families to move from their Niagara Falls, N.Y., neighborhood.
This live discussion focussed on the difference among immigrants, refugees and those seeking asylum, as well as understanding the process for each group to enter the U.S.
Senior reporter Eileen Buckley lead a discussion about the evolution of treatments for mental illness – and how Buffalo’s Richardson complex was a symbol of those changes.
Host Janet McNally and guests Bella Moulden and Aryanna Falkner think the YA genre is so important to molding who we become.