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Announcing the Second Round of Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellows!

WGBH on behalf of the American Archive of Public Broadcasting is pleased to introduce our second cohort of fellows for the Public Broadcasting Preservation Fellowship (PBPF), a project funded by the… 927 more words


"Won't You Be My Neighbor?" Documentary Film Review

Timely. We need Mister Rogers now more than ever, for we live in dark times. In our world of division, hate, intolerance, and self-centeredness, Won’t You Be My Neighbor?, 1,620 more words

General Entertainment

Los contenidos informativos en la RTVA y las televisiones locales crecieron desde 2011 hasta casi un 20%, según el CAA

24 may, 2018 / By lavanguardia.com

La única televisión autonómica privada de Andalucía no emite informativos pese a estar obligada a difundir dos diarios de media hora. 1,077 more words

Media Pluralism

Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

Did you know that UNC-TV is nearly 65 years old? Here’s a shot of part of a lovely timeline of our public broadcasting organization, from humble single station origins in 1955 to the current statewide network. 42 more words


Happy Birthday, Mr. Rogers!

March 20 is Fred Rogers’ birthday. He would have been 90 today.

We’ve been celebrating the man and his show over the past few weeks with documentaries and trivia but I thought it might be nice to look at one of best remembered and most beloved moments of Rogers’ entire career … the day he testified before the United States Senate Subcommittee on Communications to challenge the cuts for public broadcasting. 74 more words

PBS Kids

Poetry in America to Air on Public Television

Just in time for National Poetry Month!

Beginning in early April, Poetry in America produced a 12-part television series that will air on public television stations nationwide (check local listings since some stations will air the series at different times): 170 more words


Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

Another shot this week from the archive photo collection I discovered. This one’s from Festival ’90 – the first on-air fund drive in our current (then brand-spanking-new) building in the Research Triangle Park. 55 more words