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New York NOW explores Buffalo's path to renewal


In the early 1900s, Buffalo, New York was the eighth-largest city in the world, but as the Erie Canal became less necessary, the jobs started leaving.

Today it ranks as the third-poorest large city in the U.S. But now, with technology enabling companies to house many day-to-day functions anywhere, some say the unique assets of New York's second-largest city make it an attractive new hub for business.

Join WMHT's Matt Ryan and New York NOWfor this special edition from Buffalo.


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