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APTS Board of Trustees Elections Now Open

The election process for the 2018 class of APTS Trustees is officially open to APTS member station professional delegates. Votes must be received no later than Monday, January 12, 2015. To find out more and vote, click here.

Register for the 2015 Public Media Summit

The 2015 Public Media Summit, on February 22-24, 2015 in Washington, D.C, will explore the new political landscape, provide an extensive update on the spectrum auction and repacking, and introduce you to the new champions of public broadcasting. We look forward to seeing you there.

KCPT Addresses Local Mental Health Issues

KCPT, Kansas City Public Television, worked with filmmaker Michael Price to address the issue of mental illness in the local community. The documentary, Lost Minds: KC’s Mental Health Crisis, examines the issue of those with a serious mental illness who are not in treatment.

KUAC Brings Local Music To Alaska Residents

KUAC of Fairbanks, Alaska, is making live music more accessible to local residents through Alaska Live, an in-studio performance and interview series with local artists. The program expands the horizons of public broadcasting and musical performance.

KBYU Helps Local Utah Residents Prepare For Disaster

KBYU Eleven, a service of Brigham Young University and broadcasting to residents of Utah, is using interactive technology to promote public safety for disaster awareness and preparedness.

KENW Provides New Mexico With Unique Public Affairs Program

Report from Santa Fe, KENW's weekly public affairs program, has been providing New Mexico residents conversations with famous and esteemed guests for nearly 40 years.

APTS Featured In The New York Times

The New York Times published an article quoting APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler which discusses the need to ensure universal free access to public television in the upcoming spectrum auction.

KLRN Provides A Voice For Local Veterans

KLRN of San Antonio, Texas, is providing an outlet for local veterans through the program Veterans Voices. The initiative enables veterans to discuss the issues that pertain to themselves and their families when on active duty and returning home.

Join Protect My Public Media

Join Protect My Public Media, the campaign to protect federal funding for local public media stations. Take a stand for the local stations and programs you love.


The 2015 Public Media Summit; New Political Landscape Station Webinar Recording and Slides...
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