Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
WXXI, the Little Theatre and CITY News are anti-racist organizations, dedicated to the principles of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Belonging.
WXXI is the essential, life-long educational public media resource that engages, inspires and strengthens our community.
Highly valued media services when you want them, the way you want them.
Additional Information and Policies.
- Board of Trustees and Management
- Meeting Schedules
- Charitable Giving Policy
- Resolution to Affirm Editorial Independence of Public Broadcasters
- Copyright Policy
- WXXI Diversity Statement
Public Files for FCC Stations
- FCC Profile & Public Inspection Files | WXXI-TV
- FCC Profile & Public Inspection Files | WXXI-AM
- FCC Profile & Public Inspection Files | WXXI-FM
- FCC Profile & Public Inspection Files | WXXY
- FCC Profile & Public Inspection Files | WRUR
- FCC Profile & Public Inspection Files | WEOS
- FCC Profile & Public Inspection Files | WITH
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If you have any issues or concerns regarding our Closed Captions please see this page for contact information.
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Kind words from our Audience
Always a great experience at WXXI. Love working with Need to Know and the Connections crew to do shows. I really appreciate that WXXI reports on disability issues in a sincere way.
Stephanie WoodwardGoogle Reviews
Went to see the taping of Second Opinion. It was alot of fun to see. The staff there were very professional and helpful. It was a great experience for us. You get to see the behind the scenes of how a show is made. Thank you for the opportunity to see a great show.
Todd MorrenGoogle Reviews
Love and support our local WXXI. Daughter always watches WXXI shows, I always listen to WXXI classical radio. Great local company!
Joseph CampoGoogle Reviews
WXXI, the Little Theatre and CITY News acknowledge with respect the Seneca Nation, known as “People of the Great Hill” and “Keepers of the Western Door” of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy. We take this opportunity to thank the people on whose ancestral lands that WXXI currently occupies and pay respects to their elders past and present.
And that is it. It is the new thing to have such a statement and read it or display it at live events.
At least it brings up the point that Europeans and others were not the “First People” here.