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STATE FUNDING INCREASES FOR ALABAMA PUBLIC TELEVISION

State Funding Increases For Alabama Public Television

Good news for Alabamians and Alabama Public Television

The state budget agreed upon by the Alabama Legislature and the Governor's Office includes a 27.17 percent increase over last year’s funding for Alabama Public Television, America's first state public television network.

With Alabama Public Television, you'll meet the best minds in the world and newsmakers in Alabama and across the nation. You’ll hear music of all varieties. Explore the wonders of science and nature. Learn how to sew country quilts, paint masterpieces and cook like a gourmet chef. Kids love - and parents trust - Alabama Public Television’s award winning schedule of children's programs. These are just some of the services that make Alabama Public Television a wise investment for Alabama state funding.

Alabama is one of 21 states that has increased support for public broadcasting in the current budget cycle.

Find out more about Alabama Public Television here.

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