Your content may be selected to be featured on the project website at wned.org and on social media. WNED PBS will reject content that contains inappropriate language, threats, attacks, name-calling, promotional material, or is off topic. Users may only submit content that they own. Content should be free of commercial branding or logos. The submission of content does not guarantee that it will be featured in the documentary or the scrapbook on our website. The decision of whether to include content will be made solely by WNED PBS.
What are the types of stories I should submit?
Brief personal stories of about your memories of Kleinhans Music Hall. Please limit your story to 300 words.
Which types of media can I submit?
Text, photos, audio and/or video.
Please only submit materials that you own – photos that you took, stories you wrote yourself, etc.
What makes a good story?
Your story should be authentic and personal. You can share multiple stories if you wish using the upload link above.
Can I submit my memories if I don't have a gmail account?
Yes! Please submit your memories to firstname.lastname@example.org. Large files cannot be accepted by email.
What happens after my content is submitted? When will it be visible on the site?
WNED PBS will review all submissions prior to appearing on the website. You will receive an email to notify you when your post is visible. Content deemed inappropriate will be rejected and will not appear on the website.
Why do you need my email address?
You will receive an email if your content is approved for posting on the site. Our documentary production team may also reach out to you via email to learn more about your memories of Kleinhans. WNED PBS will not sell, rent, or disclose your email address to third parties. Please only provide your email address where prompted to in the tool, as this will not be made public. Please do not provide your email address in the body of your story, as doing so will cause your post to be rejected.
Why would the story I submit be rejected?
WNED PBS will not post content that contains inappropriate language or content, threats, attacks, name-calling, promotional material, or off-topic material. Your story will also be rejected if you submit materials whose rights are owned by others, such as a book excerpt or a copyrighted song or photo.
Major funding for Kleinhans’ Gift to Buffalo is provided by Clement & Karen Arrison, The Baird Foundation, Francis & Cindy Letro and Bob Skerker, with additional funding from Bond Schoeneck & King, Peter & Maria Eliopoulos, Daniel & Barbara Hart and Jeremy & Sally Oczek.