Tomorrow, the Local Broadcasters Flood Relief 2011 Telethon will take place at WSKG studios and online and on-air throughout our region. There are several components and partners in this effort. Please note: The Telethon officially kicks off at 5:00am on Wednesday, September 14th and will air through 10:00pm. Phonelines, airwaves and websites will go live at that 5:00am. To make a donation (starting September 14th at 5:00am), call 1-877-975-9754. To ask a flood-related question (starting September 14th at 5:00am), call 1-888-359-9754 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Track the Local Broadcasters’ progress, see answered questions and pictures, livestream audio and get more information at www.floodrelief2011.org starting later this evening. Thank you to an amazing group of local broadcast organizations involved in this effort (more may be added): Per giocare
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guests will include (more may be added): Alan Hertel (United Way of Broome County), Brett Chellis (Broome County
Emergency Management), Matt Ryan (Mayor of Binghamton), Randi Hewitt (WSKG Board of Trustees Chairman), Dara Raboy-Picciano (Binghamton University Counseling Center), Karen Matson (Humane Society), Rebecca Snow (Red Cross), Joe Sellepack (Broome County Council of Churches), Matt Richmond (Local Journalism Center), Teresa Peltier (WSKG Public Broadcasting), Joshua Ludzki and Michael Grasso (BingSpot), Marte Sauerbrey (Tioga County Chamber), Tom Libous (NYS Senator), Donna Lupardo (NYS Assemblywoman), Phil Ginter (United Way 211), Brian Eldredge (Tioga County United Way), Keith Leahey (Mental Health Association of the Southern Tier), Jennifer Gordon (School of Education at Binghamton University). — WSKG Public Radio can be heard at 89.3 FM Binghamton, 90.9 FM Ithaca/Watkins Glen, 88.7 FM Hornell/Alfred, 91.1 FM Corning/Elmira and 91.7 Oneonta/Cooperstown. WSKG Public Television can be seen on Channels 46.1 and 30.1 over-the-air and is available on Channel 704 on most Time Warner Cable systems.