Monthly Archives: February 2010

Envisioning the Future of Online Schedules

Last week we had a rare opportunity to bring the members of the PBS Interactive Station Advisory Council, and some additional station TV Schedule gurus in to our offices to do some brainstorming around our road-map for improvements and updates... Read More »

From KQED: You Decide - Challenge Your Audience's Economic Assumptions

Today we hear from Nick Vidinsky, a web producer at KQED Public Media, about the You Decide tools they created as part of the Economy Collaboration funded by CPB:Want to challenge your audience with provocative economic data, but you just... Read More »

"Stuff's gettin' better ... stuff's gettin' better all the time"

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PBS KIDS Preschool Video Module for Stations

Since the national launch on PBS KIDS, the success of the Preschool Video player has been amazing. In the month of December alone the player had 66 million stream requests at pbskids.org/video. This is a daily stream average of 2.12... Read More »