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For the health and safety of everyone, we have implemented some changes for visitors to Buffalo Toronto Public Media: 
Everyone will need to fill out a health screen survey and receive a temperature check prior to entering the building.
 

  • We are asking all guests and staff to wear a mask inside our facility when not eating, drinking, or performing.
  • All attendees must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19. People are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose in a two-dose series (Pfizer, Moderna), or two weeks after a single-dose vaccine (Johnson & Johnson). If you are not yet vaccinated, you are welcome to enter the building two weeks after completing your vaccination regimen.
  • No exceptions will be made to the vaccine requirement, and a negative COVID test will no longer be accepted for entry.
  • Guests will need to present photo ID and proof of vaccination in the form of your physical CDC Vaccination Record card or your digital vaccination record before entering the building. New York residents can easily register for your digital vaccination record for access on your mobile device. Photographs of vaccination cards will not be accepted.
  • We’ve installed an environmentally friendly clean air filtration system throughout our building to attack microbes both in the air and on surfaces. This system uses an innovative Dry Hydrogen Peroxide (DHP™) to fight viruses, bacteria, mold, odors, and insects.
  • There will be enhanced disinfecting of high-touch surfaces. Countertops, railings, restrooms, and seating areas will be cleaned and disinfected thoroughly.


We will continue to closely review public health guidelines and update our safety protocol as necessary. Staying informed is our best prospect for remaining safe as we move forward with navigating through the pandemic. Buffalo Toronto Public Media is dedicated to staying up to date with current guidelines to ensure a safe experience for all.

Meeting Space Rental

The Buffalo Toronto Public Media Board Room is the perfect venue for corporate entities and non-profit organizations to hold business meetings, presentations or small social gatherings. It can accommodate up to 36 guests, with full audio-visual and telephonic capabilities, including flat screen HD monitors, audio amplification (mics), wireless phone conferencing, video conferencing (Skype, WebEx) and wi-fi.

The beautiful mahogany tables can be configured to meet your needs, whether it be traditional board room style, table clusters or u-shaped.

The Board Room is right off our main lobby for easy access and has a small attached kitchen with refrigerator, oven and dishwasher.

Catering is up to you. Buffalo Toronto Public Media does not have in-house catering so you are free to make arrangements with your favorite vendor or we can make some suggestions.

All these amenities are available to you for one low price whether your meeting is an hour or the whole day! We do have special discounts for non-profits!

For information on rates and availability contact:
Production and Facilities Rentals

716-845-7000
RentalInfo@wned.org

Buffalo Toronto Public Media is conveniently located in downtown Buffalo at 140 Lower Terrace, near the I-190. Access to our free parking lot is on Charles Street (also known as "Mark Russel Alley").