Blogs

A Beautiful Day to Honor Fred Rogers

Neighbors, April 29, 2016 is going to be a beautiful day in the neighborhood! For the third year in a row, we are putting on […]

Public TV Advances Public Safety Communications

In honor of National Preparedness Month, we invited Mark O’Brien, the President and CTO of SpectraRep, a public safety partner with public television stations, to […]

7 Things You Should Know About the PBS Kids Service

You may have heard reports about Sesame Street and HBO’s new five year deal to produce new episodes of Sesame Street. Don’t worry. Big Bird […]

12 Fascinating Facts About Julia Child

Today, we’re celebrating the 103nd anniversary of Julia Child‘s birthday. Julia brought French cuisine to American households with the debut of her cookbook Mastering the […]

Five Things I Love about Public Media

Hi, I’m Angela Marler! I’m a summer intern at the Association of Public Television Stations, the organization that co-manages the Protect My Public Media campaign. […]

Ken Burns Celebrates Personal Historic Landmark

This blog was originally published on Thursday, July 31, 2013. Today, one of our nation’s most respected and influential documentary filmmakers, Ken Burns, celebrates his […]

You Saved Ready To Learn

You called, you tweeted and you Facebooked your support of public television’s kids educational programming. You saved Ready To Learn! Thanks to your tireless work, […]

Appropriations Bills Include Public Media Funding

The Appropriations Committees in the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate, which decide how much money federal programs receive each year, just passed their […]

Demystifying the Federal Budget Process

If you’ve signed up for our e-mail list, you may have noticed that we’ve asked you to contact your lawmakers in support of public media […]

It’s a Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

It’s a beautiful day in the neighborhood. Federal funding has been restored in the final Budget Resolution. This is a major victory for our cause. […]