Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network has partnered with Hartford Public Schools’ Journalism & Media Academy Magnet School and the Institute for Advanced Media to form the Learning Lab, an initiative that unites lifelong learning with public media.
KCET Provides In-Depth Local News
SoCal Connected is KCET's weekly award-winning, prime time newsmagazine offering public television and online viewers in-depth stories on the environment, economy, health, social and community issues, local history and other substantive topics.
PBA Offers Free Homework Help To Atlanta K-12 Students
Public Broadcasting Atlant partners with the Atlanta Public Schools to provide a Homework Hotline, helping K-12 students.
ValleyPBS Focuses on Agriculture and Its Importance to the Region
Partnering with the Fresno County Farm Bureau, ValleyPBS goes behind-the-scenes of Fresno, California's agricultural system with their popular weekly series Valley’s Gold.
Public Media Supports Orlando
America’s Public Television Stations stands with the Orlando community.
KLCS Impacts Students and Their Surrounding Community
KLCS, public television based in Los Angeles, instills the importance of planning for college from the very beginning of a child’s education with the College Is Elementary program.
Alabama Public Television Focuses on Lifelong Learning
Alabama Public Television’s (APT) IQ Learning Network program highlights the interconnectedness of teaching and learning throughout all stages of life.
Thank You Member Stations
Take a moment to see the list of APTS Member stations. Visit their websites and learn more about what they are doing in their community.
Thank You Associate Members
APTS Associate Members include businesses and individuals supporting our purpose. Take a moment to see the goods and services they offer.
Understanding ATSC 3.0
ATSC 3.0, or Next Generation TV, will permit broadcasters to offer innovative technologies and services to the public. Find out more here.
Patrick Butler Delivers Presidential Address at 2016 Public Media Summit
On Sunday, February 21, APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler delivered his Presidential Address at the 2016 Public Media Summit
The APTS State Funding Resource
The APTS State Funding Resource provides tools and guidance to support station efforts to establish, defend and increase state funding.
The APTS What Works Toolbox
What Works showcases public television station successes across the country in the areas of education, public safety, civic leadership and state funding.
APTS Associate Member Spotlight: MVP Capital
APTS is proud to have MVP Capital as an Associate Member. MVP Capital, founded in 1987, is a boutique investment bank focused on telecommunications, media and technology.
America's Public Television Stations (APTS) is a nonprofit membership organization established in 1979. APTS represents the overwhelming majority of the 171 public television licensees nationwide. The mission of APTS is to conduct – in concert with member stations – advocacy, planning, research and communications activities to foster strong and financially sound noncommercial television. APTS also works to ensure member stations’ commitment and capacity to perform essential public service missions in education, public safety and civic leadership for the American people.
Protect My Public Media
Protect My Public Media is a network of local viewers and listeners in support of a strong public media in the United States.