We hope you'll join us Saturday, September 13 at our studios at 280 State Street for a behind-the-scenes look at how our programs are created and meet the people that make it happen. WXXI is hosting its biennial Open House September 13 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Despite the warm, sunny weather, WXXI is doing its best to keep you home for a few evenings next week. Beginning this Sunday, we will have a very short Summer Membership Drive to help embark upon our new fiscal year.
WXXI News and the Innovation Trail are spearheading a new project called “Understanding the Affordable Care Act.” This on-going news series will help answer the community’s questions about Obamacare. If you have questions, concerns, or have had trouble enrolling in health insurance, I invite you to take our online survey by clicking here.
The Xerox Rochester International Jazz Festival is over, and Jazz Street has turned back to Gibbs Street. It was an amazing nine days of more than 300 performances held in 20 venues – one of which the Little Theatre was proud to be.
As you travel our region this summer, WXXI is making sure you don’t miss a moment of the news you depend on. Our free smartphone app has been popular with many listeners and, just recently, AM 1370, WRUR-FM 88.5 and WEOS-FM 89.5 (Geneva) have been made available for streaming in iTunes Radio!
One of the most requested films in recent memory has a special screening at The Little this week. Citizen Koch, a searing exposé on the state of democracy in America and the fracturing of the Republican Party screen
Although summer seems to have hit our region, let me give you a couple great reasons to stay indoors! This Wednesday, you can watch the legendary Diana Ross take the stage in Central Park as WXXI-TV airs Diana Ross: For One and For All.