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APTS Associate Member Spotlight: PBS

APTS is proud to have PBS as an Associate Member. Each month, PBS reaches nearly 123 million people through tv and more than 21 million people online, inviting them to experience the worlds of science, history, nature and public affairs, and to take front-row seats to world-class drama and performances.

WYES Looks at Issues Facing New Orleans with Informed Sources

WYES, public media serving Greater New Orleans & the Mississippi Gulf Coast, brings top journalists in the region together to examine the stories behind the headlines in their local program, Informed Sources.

New Hampshire Public Television offers Engaging Education Program

New Hampshire Public Television offers "STEM From The START," an engaging education program for teaching STEM content to prek-2 students.

WKNO Discusses Current Events in Behind the Headlines

WKNO explores the major issues facing Memphis and the Mid-South in their weekly public affairs series, Behind the Headlines.

WLIW21 Creates LGBTQ+ Toolkit for Educators

WLIW21, public media for Long Island, New York, and the greater tri-state community, offers Understanding LGBTQ+ Identity: A Toolkit for Educators Collection.

KVCR Takes an Inspiring Look at Humankind

KVCR, public media for San Bernardino, California, takes an inspiring look into the resilience of humankind with their documentary series, Life on the Line.

Illinois Public Media Offers Book Mentor Program

Illinois Public Media’s (WILL-TV) Book Mentor Project gets kids excited about reading, and puts books into the hands of families who otherwise might not have access to them at home.

WVIA Addresses Health and Wellness Needs in Local Program

WVIA, public media for Northeastern Pennsylvania, addresses critical health and wellness needs of the region with their premiere medical series, Call the Doctor.

Project: Blue Ether Looks at Water Issues in Florida

WUFT, public media for North Central Florida, publishes Project: Blue Ether, a multi-week series on water by University of Florida students.

WBGU Offers Guides on Personal Electronics in Education

WBGU, public media for Ohio, offers BYOT: Bring Your Own Technology, a new resource for both schools and parents that teaches the value of implementing a BYOT program into the classroom.


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Join us on October 10, 2017, for a webinar exploring the role stations can play in ESSA...
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Join us on November 16, 2017, as we check in with the Media Arts team at NEA about funding...
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