WXXI continues to bring you information and resources to cope with the COVID-19 crisis

As we continue to navigate our lives and the world around us during this COVID-19 crisis, WXXI is doing everything possible to keep our community well-informed with the latest official information. From information on the state of local schools and workplaces, to community reactions, you can rely on WXXI News to keep you connected to the news and to each other. And, this Thursday we will host a virtual forum with medical researchers to share COVID-19 information and answer your questions. WXXI LIVE FORUM: Fighting COVID-19 will air at 8 p.m. on April 23 on WXXI-TV and simulcast on AM 1370. It will also stream on and @WXXINews on Facebook. You can call in your questions at 585-209-3180 or post them on Twitter/Facebook tagging @WXXINews. Questions may also be emailed to Click here for more details.

We're also working hard to support students, families, and educators by providing emergency at-home learning services. In mid-March we cleared our daytime schedule to launch Learn At Home, airing grade level programs on WXXI-TV and afternoon programming on WXXI-World for middle school and high school students. Our education team also curated companion resources online, plus assembled activity packets for Rochester City School District’s Pre-K students that were distributed at the City's designated food distribution sites. 

At the same time, Classical 91.5 FM and WRUR-FM 88.5 remain a respite through music, while our television programs continue to inform and entertain. At the same time, the Little Theatre has transformed into the Virtual Little for online screenings and into the Virtual Little Café for in-house music concerts. Fans and supporters can find those offerings and more at as we look for ways to connect to the community at home.