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Stand Up To Cancer and PBS Open Applications For 2018 Emperor Science Award Program

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Stand Up To Cancer, a division of the Entertainment Industry Foundation, and PBS today announced the opening of applications for The Emperor Science Award 2018 program, designed to empower high school students to become the next generation of cancer researchers.

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PBS to Present USS INDIANAPOLIS LIVE – FROM THE DEEP A Live Exploration of the Final Resting Place of the Sunken World War II Ship 72 Years After It Was Tragically Lost

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PBS will give viewers a live tour of the wreckage from the USS Indianapolis, the World War II vessel that has rested at the bottom of the North Pacific Ocean since its sinking in 1945.

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PBS Digital Studios Dives Into the “Origin of Everything” with New Series from Kornhaber Brown

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PBS Digital Studios announced today the premiere of a new digital series, ORIGIN OF EVERYTHING, hosted by Yale doctoral candidate Danielle Bainbridge.

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PBS KIDS and Carson-Dellosa Announce New Licensing Partnership

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PBS KIDS and Carson-Dellosa announced a multi-year licensing partnership that will create a wide range of PBS KIDS educational products – including a new series of affordable books, workbooks, educational cards, learning kits and more – launching in 2018.

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“Maria” From Pacific Islanders in Communications (PIC) Wins the 2017 PBS Online Film Festival’s “Most Popular” Award

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Two winners were announced today for the sixth annual PBS Online Film Festival. The film that took the “Most Popular” award was “Maria,” presented by Pacific Islanders in Communications (PIC) and The National Black Programming Consortium (NBPC) film “You Can Go,” received the “Juried Prize.”

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