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Please consider supporting the Public Broadcasting Preservation Scholarship

This post was written by Casey Davis, AAPB Project Manager at WGBH, for WGBH’s Public Broadcasting Preservation Scholarship crowdfunding campaign.

We’re writing today to tell you about the AAPB Public Broadcasting Preservation Scholarship… 308 more words


KCOS Auction: Red Bird of Paradise

I’m excited to announce that I will have a piece of art in the KCOS auction to benefit our local PBS station.  I’ve been a member of the El Paso Art Association for over a decade, and every year I got the call or letter, asking for art donations.   85 more words


The Cult of Public Access Television - Your Daily Hour With Me

For well over six years, and over two-thousand consecutive episodes without a break, Olympia, Washington’s public access television world has been dominated – if not by sheer constancy alone – by… 445 more words


Hey, It’s Photo Friday!

If you visit our studios during one of our pledge drives, you’ll spy this lobby fixture that informs volunteers and staff alike of the fundraiser’s progress. 25 more words


PBS to Debut a 24/7 Kids Channel

PBS is gearing up to make its kids programing a round-the-clock affair.

On Tuesday, the publicly-funded network unveiled plans for a free service that will stream live programing for children 24/7 on multiple platforms. 234 more words


Music Park: I Want My 9:30 TV @ Public Television, April 2016

A crowd watching a show at the 9:30 Club! (Photo courtesy 9:30 Club)

The 9:30 Club is launching its own television show on public television in April. 542 more words

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Washington, DC's 9:30 Club is launching its very own public access TV variety show

Washington, DC’s 9:30 Club is having a big year. In January, the iconic rock club celebrated its 35th anniversary with its own World’s Fair, followed by the release of… 317 more words