AM Buffalo. AM Buffalo in Corning [videorecording] / WKBW-TV ; Michael Toppo, producer.

Title: 
AM Buffalo. AM Buffalo in Corning [videorecording] / WKBW-TV ; Michael Toppo, producer.
Publisher: 
[S.l.] : Queen City Broadcasting, 1988.
Description: 
1 videocassette (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
1 videodisc (60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Other Authors: 
Toppo Michael.
Kahle, Brian.
Abbott, Cindy.
Martin, Phyllis G.
Donnelly, Al.
Loescher, Douglas.
Townsend, Arthur.
Young, Steven.
Houghton, Amo, 1926-
O'Donnell, Cornelius.
Benjamin Patterson Inn.
Corning Glass Works.
Rockwell Museum.
Corning Museum of Glass.
Benjamin Patterson Inn.
WKBW (Television station : Buffalo, N.Y.)
Queen City Broadcasting.
Format of Material: 
Video
Bib ID: 
62167
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Location: 
Audio/Video Collection
Call Number: 
AM Buffalo. AM Buffalo in Corning
Holdings Note: 
VHS
Location: 
Audio/Video Collection
Call Number: 
AM Buffalo. AM Buffalo in Corning
Holdings Note: 
DVD Digitized Preservation Copy
Notes: 
Videographers, Nicholas Sucich and Frank Pacella ; director, Lou Buchheit.
Hosts, Brian Kahle and Cindy Abbott ; Phyllis Martin, Director, Benjamin Patterson Inn ; Thomas Dimitroff, Teacher/Historian ; John C. Kostalonsky, Corning Mayor ; Douglas Loescher, Executive Director, Market Street Restoration Agency ; Arthur Townsend, Director, The Rockwell Museum ; Al Donnelly, Corning Glass Works Consumer Products ; Steven Young, Director of Public Programs, The Corning Museum of Glass ; Amory Houghton, Congressman 34th District ; Cornelius O'Donnell, Creative Services Manager, Corning Glass Works.
Filmed primarily at the Corning Hilton Inn, Corning, NY, November 24, 1988.
An overview of Corning history and personalities. Spokespersons include: Phyllis Martin on the Benjamin Patterson Inn, Al Donnelly on the Corning Glass Works, Douglas Loescher on Market Street, Arthur Townsend on the Rockwell Museum, Steven Young on The Corning Museum of Glass and Steuben, Amory Houghton on being the 34th District's Congressman, and Cornelius O'Donnell on Corning Glass Works consumer products.
VHS.
DVD.
The portion onThe Corning Museum of Glass and Corning Glass Center occurs approximately halfway through the show, lasts four minutes and shows a few views of the galleries, the 200" disk and mostly the making of Steuben.
Event Notes: 
Filmed primarily at the Corning Hilton Inn, Corning, NY, November 24, 1988.