Author Archives: Amy Baroch

Getting to know... Daryl Johnson

1. What do you do at PBS Interactive?As the newest intern for the Station Products and Innovation team, I am assisting in the launch of the PBS.org website. I write for the team's blog and provide my assistance whenever needed.... Read More »

PBS Annual Meeting - Daily Round-up 5/19/10

Adventure. It starts with a desire to have it and ends with a great story about it. Today's theme at the PBS Annual Conference was adventure. From learning about science with the Cat in the Hat, the first animated Dr.... Read More »

PBS Annual Meeting - Daily Round-up 5/18/10

Starting with an energetic breakfast featuring the Kratt brothers, to inspirational clips of upcoming PBS programs, to an awe inspiring Freedom Rider,  to exciting new technology - one theme kept popping up today: each and every one of us has... Read More »

PBS Annual Meeting - Daily Round-up 5/17/10

If there is one thing that was made clear today at the Digital Media Executive Session it is that the possibilities may be endless but knowing the options, keeping it simple, and focusing on what would be best for YOUR... Read More »

Liking Facebook

It's been a very exciting couple of weeks for social media on the web, Twitter held its first ever "Chirp" conference, and Facebook hosted the 3rd annual "F8" developer conference. Both companies announced many new features, and products that will... Read More »

RSS: It Really is Simple

You may have heard about RSS feeds lately - what with Merlin coming and all. But if you aren't too familiar with the acronym, which translates to "Really Simple Syndication." We are here to helpIn a nutshell, RSS is an... Read More »

Introducing Disqus: On-site Engagement with User Comments

Over the last year and a half, PBS Engage has been proud to offer you an easy to use and customizable commenting tool for your websites. As technology has advanced and stations have become more savvy in engaging audiences online,... Read More »

PBS's Very Own Video Contest

User-generated video contests have been cropping up on the interactive landscape for a few years now. Remember that stop action Amazon.com Kindle® commercial you saw on TV the other day? Or the Casual Friday ad for Careerbuilder.com that aired during... Read More »