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KLRU Holds KIDS Writers Contest

KLRU, public media for Austin, Texas, holds an annual local KLRU KIDS Writers Contest designed to promote the advancement of children’s writing skills through hands-on, active learning.

KPTS Highlights What Makes Kansas Special

KPTS, public television for the state of Kansas, informs its viewers about the people, places and things that make Kansas a unique and special place through its local program, Positively Kansas.

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.

Midnight Oil Explores the Effects of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline

Alaska Public Media and Alaska’s Energy Desk explores the rich history of the trans-Alaska pipeline in an eight-episode podcast and radio series, Midnight Oil.

WQLN Emphasizes Family Involvement In Education

WQLN, public media for Erie, Pennsylvania, offers WQLN Families Turn on to Literacy, an innovative literacy workshop series that emphasizes the involvement of the entire family in a child’s education.

WVPT Showcases Good News in the Community in Caught Doing Something Good

WVPT, public television for Shenandoah Valley and Central Virginia, launched Caught Doing Something Good, a program aimed at understanding people’s aspirations for life in their communities.

WKAR Teaches STEM Learning Through Curious Crew

WKAR, public media from Michigan State University (MSU), offers Curious Crew, an original WKAR program featuring local kids ages 9-14 who explore all things science in a fun and educational way.

Show-Me Ag Teaches Missouri Community About Agriculture

KMOS, public media licensed to the University of Central Missouri, informs the public about issues facing Agri-business and those involved in this ever-changing and ever-challenging field through their program, Show-Me Ag.

Research Finds Strong Support for Public TV as Public Safety Resource

New research finds the overwhelming majority of Americans see public tv as an effective channel for educating children and underserved populations about responding to emergency situations.

General McChrystal Touts Value of Public Broadcasting in New York Times Op-ed

The New York Times recently published an op-ed written by retired U.S. Army General Stanley McChrystal on the need for public broadcasting funding. Read it here.


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APTS president and CEO Patrick Butler issued the following statement today commending the U.S....
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APTS president and CEO Patrick Butler issued the following statement today commending the U.S....
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