By Gregory Wakeman , Freelance Contributor | March 31, 2023
“I love different animation styles, different storytelling styles — live-action, multimedia and all those things,” says the network’s new VP of content. “This diversity in content is something I feel public media can achieve.”
By Julian Wyllie , Reporter | September 8, 2022
PBS Appalachia Virginia, a startup developed by Blue Ridge PBS in Roanoke, leans into the future of television with its plan to fill a coverage gap.
By Kayla Benjamin , Editorial Intern | August 19, 2021
With funding from MGM Resorts, the station aims to help close equity gaps for students in detention.
By Gabe Rosenberg , Freelance Contributor | January 7, 2021
“Pretty much everything on PBS is better than ‘Caillou.'”
By Austin Fast , Freelance Contributor | November 4, 2020
The state government has invested $3.5 million in a digital multicast and streaming service that provides K–12 instruction.
By Grace Lee (LeeLee Films) , Independent Filmmaker | October 22, 2020
It’s time to rethink PBS’ commitments to one man’s lens on American history and culture, writes filmmaker Grace Lee.
By Barry Garron , Freelance Contributor | July 29, 2020
At an executive session with the PBS president, Ken Burns and Henry Louis Gates Jr. discussed how the pandemic has affected productions of their next major series.
By Grace Vitaglione , Former Editorial Intern | June 17, 2020
With PBS rights to the drama expiring June 30, stations and viewers are making the most of the show’s fundraising farewell tour.
By Grace Vitaglione , Former Editorial Intern | June 9, 2020
The public TV station and local school system forged a partnership to improve at-home learning for students with limited internet access.