WPBS-TV, the North Countrys public broadcasting station, announces a new high definition docu-series about Watertown, New York. This multi-episode documentary (Discovering Watertown), will chronicle the fascinating and rich history of Watertown, New York. This film is scheduled to air Fall 2016.
WPBS-TV, the PBS station serving Northern New York and Eastern Ontario, Canada, has announced the premiere of Xpedition Outdoors, a pilot episode for a new 13-part series, hosted by local outdoor enthusiast Chris LaShomb, highlighting natures most unique and high energy adventures from around the region.
FISHING BEHIND THE LINES is a 13-part, 30-minute series designed to be a fishing and destinations show concentrating on the perspective of a soldier of the 10th Mountain Division at Fort Drum, NY, produced by local PBS affiliate, WPBS. Season 2 Premieres March 2016.
WPBS Now focuses on community issues and help provide insight into these issues with special guests from our local region.
"Trailblaze a Path Through History: Central New York," focuses on the many stories that are Central New York's history, stories that uncover a trail of innovation and reform that makes its way through Madison, Oswego, Cortland, Cayuga and Onondaga counties.
Astounding amounts of snowfall make for a snowmobiling paradise in the wintertime tourist regions of Oswego County, Oneida County, the Tug Hill and Old Forge, New York featuring scenic trails with friends and family while focusing on key points such as where and when to ride, the sport as a family activity, sights to see, things to do, the right equipment, the economic effects of the sport and safety segments.
Explore the North Country's haunted history with WPBS-DT's "Folklore and Frost" series. "Legends of Early Downtown Watertown" Explore early downtown Watertown and some of its eerie history, brought to life on this half-hour DVD! Historical period approximates early 1800 - 1930s. "The Big County & Beyond" discover the mysterious events surrounding the St. Lawrence and Jefferson Counties. "Unexplained Occurrences"
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