Buffalo Toronto Public Media
Buffalo Toronto Public Media serves the people of Western New York and Southern Ontario with a community-supported alternative to commercial media. It operates three television stations and three radio stations at 140 Lower Terrace in downtown Buffalo. Film screenings for the 17th annual Buffalo Int'l Film Festival will be presented in their state-of-the art, 300-seat studio screening space, located on the first floor of the building; and panels will be presented in a 50-seat venue located on the 2nd floor. All venues are handicapped-accessible and include free parking in the BTPM parking lot which is accessible from Charles Street.
Buffalo Toronto Public Media includes WNED PBS, a PBS member television station in Buffalo, New York, United States; WBFO, the region’s NPR station; WNED Classical, a 24/7 classical music services; WBFO The Bridge, an alternative music service that will celebrate two years in November; and two television subchannels – PBS KIDS and WNED Create. More than half of WNED PBS’s viewership is from Southern Ontario, Canada, where it is available by antenna across much of the Niagara Peninsula and is included in cable and satellite packages by television service providers across Ontario.
Buffalo Toronto Public Media 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.