There are plenty of commercial opportunities for people to see programming that is funded by toy companies, big pharma, huge defense contractors and partisan political interests. Public television offers an alternative.
Hmmm, let me think. Jamaica? S. Africa? San Diego? A helicopter ride? So many options for guilt-free shopping.
In the next few days, Congress will consider a bill to cut all federal funding for public television and radio stations.
We lost two American icons in Jack LaLanne and Sargent Shriver this month. What are your favorite memories of them?
Upon his signing of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967, Lyndon Johnson laid out the vision and dream of what public television and radio stations would be. Today that vision equates to trust and making education exciting.
Several months ago my family made the decision to cancel cable television and rely on an over-the-air signal and the internet for our TV viewing. With our busy lives and two young children, we found ourselves relying mainly on our …
Capturing the brand essence of Colorado Public Television I’m new to Colorado Public Television. Not as a viewer but as an employee. It’s an organization with a long history that I’m now trying to articulate so that our viewers and …