Welcome to the Buffalo Toronto Public Media website!
Wherever you listen, wherever you watch, wherever you stream, wherever you learn, wherever you play . . . discover how to connect with Buffalo Toronto Public Media.
Our website offers quality content, showcases our events and resources, connect our viewers and listeners to information that matters. We’re so excited for you to take it for a spin!
Right away, you'll notice simple navigation and access to the information you need, any time of day. wned.org is designed be the hub for all of our services, showcasing all that Buffalo Toronto Public Media has to offer. wned.org is a destination for learning about our programs, a place to discovering how to listen and watch, a destination for exploring content and a place to add your financial support for Buffalo Toronto Public Media.
Three things you'll love about wned.org:
We heard you! Many of our viewers and listeners explore what’s new from Buffalo Toronto Public Media using their smartphones or tablets. Now, you’ll notice, everything looks just a little bit better on smaller devices. The images are bigger, the text is bigger and the content adjusts so it looks just right on all types of screens.
Additional content not available on our traditional broadcast channels-
We know more people are watching and listening to content online than ever before. In addition to streaming our television programs and radio services, we are dedicated to producing and presenting original content that you’ll find right here on wned.org. The first digital-exclusive project is "Our Vietnam Voices” - a series showcasing Vietnam veterans and others affected by the war in our region.
One in three teenagers will experience some form of abuse in their dating relationships. Buffalo Toronto Public Media 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.
Our latest digital project is "Making Buffalo Home" - a two-year long in-depth digital engagement initiative that aims to help the region develop a better understanding of the shared opportunities and challenges we face together as long-time residents and new immigrants and refugees.
The interactive Making Buffalo Home website features a series of digital-first videos, details on community conversations, Facebook Live events and an opportunity to add your own story to our Making Buffalo Home mosaic. We’ll also highlight cultural celebrations and food traditions, showcase WBFO stories on the subject and explore the larger impact on our community.
Showcasing our Original Productions-
WNED PBS has been Western New York and Southern Ontario’s storyteller for 60 years! The station long ago established itself as an originator of television content for PBS. Many of our productions highlight historic and cultural treasures of Southern Ontario and Western New York. Explore our productions, most of which can be streamed directly from our website- even in Canada. Many of the pages include additional information, photos, bonus videos and educator resources.
Want more? Below is an in-depth look at what you can expect in each section and where you can find your favorite areas.
Where are the schedules?
You can see what is currently playing and access schedules for all six of our services from the "What's On Now" section of our home page.
You can also find schedules for individual services on our WNED PBS schedule page, WBFO schedule page, and WNED Classical schedule page. Remember, you’ll always find the most accurate and up-to-date schedules on our website.
How do I watch online?
Watch anytime, anywhere—
Many PBS programs are available on-demand for a limited time through our video portal - http://video.wned.org/
WNED PBS Passport is the member benefit that provides you with extended access to an on-demand library of quality public television programming. Featuring both PBS and select local programming, Buffalo Toronto Public Media Passport allows you to watch even more episodes of your favorite shows, including releases of entire new seasons.
The WNED PBS KIDS 24/7 channel can also be streamed directly from our website. Keep your PBS KIDS entertained and engaged with quality, educational shows.
What was that song that just played on WNED Classical?
Use “Search the playlist” to find out what piece played two minutes ago, two hours ago or even last Tuesday. Simply enter the date and the approximate time and you can see everything that played that hour.
Where can I learn about ways to support Buffalo Toronto Public Media
It’s because of you that we are able to keep such quality programming on the air! Learn about the various “Ways to Support” our family of stations.
Where can I find content dedicated to kids?
Our website has sections with content tailored specifically for Parents & Caregivers and Kids. So get ready to jump-start family learning, explore parenting resources, crafts, games and activities. You can even connect your little one with the WNED PBS KIDS channel—streaming anytime, anywhere right from wned.org.
Do you have any resources for teachers?
Yes, there is an entire section of the website devoted to teachers! You’ll find thousands of free classroom ready, standards-aligned digital resources. Including many lesson plans connected to WNED PBS Productions like Reimaginig A Buffalo Landmark, TheWar of 1812 and Frank Lloyd Wright’s Buffalo, professional development resources, and even the latest in education news.
How can I learn about your shows?
Check out the WNED PBS Program Highlightspage. You can watch previews for upcoming programs, explore behind-the-scenes content and extras from your favorite shows and be the first to find out what’s coming up this week, this month and beyond.