WSKG-TV is a Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) member television station licensed to Binghamton, New York, United States. It broadcasts a high definition digital signal on UHF channel 42 (or virtual channel 46 via PSIP) from a transmitter on Ingraham Hill in the town of Binghamton. The station is owned by the WSKG Public Telecommunications Council, Inc. and maintains offices in Vestal, New York.

WSKG also operates satellite station WSKA (virtual and UHF digital channel 30) in Corning, New York. WSKA had begun broadcasting as of fall 2006 as a repeater station of WSKG.

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The station was named for Stanley Kiehl Gambell, a prominent local clergyman who was active in children's television programming.

WSKG-FM and WSQX-FM are other broadcast stations operated by the same non-profit corporation.

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TV stations in New York
WNET, Newark/New York City

WLIW, Garden City/Long Island
WNJN/WNJB, Trenton/New Brunswick
WPBS/WNPI, Watertown/Norwood
WMHT, Schenectady/Albany
WNED, Buffalo
WXXI, Rochester
WCNY/W22DO-D, Syracuse/Deerfield
WSKG/WSKA, Binghamton/Corning
WCFE, Plattsburgh

TV stations in Central Southern Tier of New York including Binghamton
WBPN-LP 10 (MNTV)
WBNG 12 (CBS)
WBGH-CD 20 (NBC)
WIVT 34 (ABC)
WICZ 40 (Fox)
WSKG 46 (PBS)
TV stations in Southwestern New York State, including Elmira and Corning
WETM 18 (NBC)
W26CV-D 26 (ABC)
WSKA 30 (PBS)
WENY 36 (ABC)
WJKP-LD 39 (MNTV)
WYDC 48 (Fox)
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