Monthly Archives: February 2009

DTV Tip - When Your Channel Lineup is Wrong

We've been hearing from many stations with questions about the channels being listed for their station, and thought it would be helpful to provide a bit more information on how we receive and display that channel information as well as... Read More »

Meet PBS Engage

I just updated my Facebook status.  I let everyone in my network know that I was having chicken salad for lunch.  An hour later, an old friend from high school replied with her lunch plans.  Connection rekindled.  Turns out... Read More »

A Paper Clip can be a Wondrous Thing: The Tools of Cove (Part 4 of 5 in a Series)

For seven years in the late 80s, early 90s, I had one idol. A man that could take any ordinary, everyday office implement and disarm a nuclear bomb. A man that could take physics and chemistry and solve any life... Read More »

DTV Module Tip - Increasing font size in the program info pane

We have heard from many stations having trouble with small font sizes in the new suite of tools; specifically within the program information pane.  What seems to be happening is that even when a station increases the size of the... Read More »

The Local/National COVE Pilot Program (Part 3 of 5 in a series)

When I was a kid, one of my favorite candies was Willy Wonka's Lik-M-Aid Fun Dip. I have such fond memories of running across the street to the market, dropping some coin on the counter, grabbing one of those tri-fold... Read More »

What Does the DTV Delay Mean for Online TV Schedules?

  In case you missed it, yesterday the U.S. House of Representatives voted to delay the DTV transition until June 12th.  With the announcement, teams all over the building here began to scramble to devise the best way to help... Read More »

Getting to Know ... Max Duke

We thought it would be fun to spend some time introducing those of us working behind the scenes at PBS Interactive.  In the first of a series that we hope will expand to include PBS and station staff alike, here's... Read More »