Blogs

The Status of Federal Funding for Public Media

With recent news coverage of budgets and government spending packages, you may be wondering – what’s the current status of federal funding for public media? […]

A Beautiful Day to Protect Public Media Funding

Neighbors, May 5, 2017 will be a beautiful day in the neighborhood to show our support for public radio and television stations! We’re putting on […]

WHRO Stands With Veterans Everyday

On Veteran’s Day, we celebrate the bravery of those who have served in our armed forces and applaud the sacrifices they’ve endured to protect our […]

25 Brilliant Public Television Halloween Costumes

Still hunting for the perfect Halloween costume? We’ve got your public television Halloween costume inspiration right here. From public television’s beginnings to present day, here […]

WNET Celebrates its Fifth Annual American Graduate Day

We invited Kala DeStefano, Senior Community Engagement Coordinator for WNET’s New York City community liaison group, Friends of Thirteen, to share her experience participating in […]

Status of Federal Public Media Funding

Earlier this month, Senators and Representatives packed up their bags and returned home for August recess, but, before they left, they made critical decisions about […]

Stations Help Bridge the Military-Civilian Divide through Veterans Coming Home

We invited Malcolm Brett, who oversees Wisconsin Public Television and Wisconsin Public Radio in his role as Director of Broadcast and Media Innovations at the […]

#ItsABeautifulDay in the Neighborhood

On Friday, April 29, 2016 public media advocates nationwide joined Protect My Public Media in celebrating the 47th anniversary of Fred Rogers’s heartfelt testimony to […]

Celebrating Public Media Volunteers

I’m Dorothy Pacella, Chair of the National Friends of Public Broadcasting. It gives me great pleasure to celebrate public media volunteers throughout the country during […]

The Greatest Gifts for Public Media

Just in time for the holidays, we’re excited to announce the greatest gifts for public media that we’ve just received. Late last week, Congress passed […]