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National Survey Confirms that PBS and Member Stations Are America’s Most Trusted Institution and an “Excellent” Use of Tax Dollars for 13th Consecutive Year

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A nationwide study recently confirmed that PBS and its member stations are rated #1 in public trust among nationally known institutions, and are called an “excellent” use of tax dollars by the American public for the 13th year in a row.

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PBS NewsHour Democratic Primary Debate Reaches a Combined Television Audience of 8.03 Million Viewers

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PBS NewsHour’s Democratic Primary Debate moderated by Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff reached a gross average audience of 8.03 million viewers on PBS and simulcast on CNN.

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Media Restrictions for PBS NewsHour Democratic Primary Debate

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News organizations wishing to excerpt the debate may contact VYVX to book a pgad with confirmation #4274805 between 9:00 – 11:00pm ET, on Thursday, February 11, 2016.

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PBS Announces “16 FOR ’16” (w.t.)

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PBS announces the production of 16 FOR ’16 (w.t.), a multi-part documentary that spotlights unforgettable presidential and vice-presidential candidates whose dramatic campaigns may or may not have been successful, but earned a place in the history books nonetheless.

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“PBS Election 2016” Offers Comprehensive Look at Candidates and Issues; Acclaimed News, Public Affairs, Documentaries and Digital Coverage Enhanced by Cross-Platform Partnership with NPR

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PBS announced at the Television Critics Association Press Tour today its plans for PBS Election 2016, a comprehensive schedule of news, public affairs, documentary and corresponding digital programming.

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PBS Announces Plans to Broadcast 2007 Presidential Forums Tavis Smiley to Moderate Conversations Between Journalists and Announced Candidates

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PBS announced today it will broadcast two live presidential forums in primetime with Tavis Smiley, host of TAVIS SMILEY, PBS' late-night talk show, serving as moderator.

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The Newshour And PBS Will Provide Gavel-To-Gavel Coverage Of The Democratic And Republican National Convention

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PBS' THE NEWSHOUR WITH JIM LEHRER will present the nation's only complete, live, gavel-to-gavel broadcast coverage of the Democratic and Republican national conventions this summer.

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Pat Mitchell Remarks to WinConference 2001 in Interlaken, Switzerland

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A conference sponsored by one of the worldâs leading financial groups may seem like an unusual forum for the President and CEO of the only noncommercial, not-for-profit television service in the United States. But we share more in common than you might think around the theme of this year's conference, Change and Challenge.

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PBS’ Winter/Spring Season Features Endings, Beginnings and Awaited Returns

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PBS’ winter/spring primetime schedule offers a number of exciting new beginnings, awaited returns and a few goodbyes: most notably to one of television’s most beloved dramas, “Downton Abbey” on MASTERPIECE, whose final season premieres January 3.

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PBS Wins 17 News & Documentary Emmy® Awards

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PBS programs were honored with 17 News & Documentary Emmy® Awards, more than any other organization, at the 36th Annual News & Documentary Emmy Awards presentation.

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PBS Special Presentation America After Charleston Examines Race, Politics and Inequality, Premieres Monday, September 21, 9P ET

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PBS today announced additional details for its special broadcast, AMERICA AFTER CHARLESTON, a one-hour town hall meeting that explores the many issues propelled into public discourse after a white gunman shot and killed nine African-American parishioners in Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in June 2015.

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PBS to Premiere America After Charleston on Monday, September 21

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PBS today announced plans to broadcast AMERICA AFTER CHARLESTON, a one-hour town hall meeting that aims to explore the many issues propelled into public discourse after a white gunman shot and killed nine African-American parishioners in Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in June 2015.

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PBS Programs Receive Three Imagen Awards

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On Friday, August 21, the 30th annual Imagen Awards were announced at a ceremony held at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles.

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TED & PBS Announce “TED TALKS LIVE” in New York’s Theater District

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The week-long series marks TED’s first speaker event in Manhattan, and offers unprecedented access for students, educators and the general public. The event will be recorded for primetime broadcast on PBS, to air spring 2016.

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PBS Stations to Broadcast Discussion Between Charlie Rose and Russian President Vladimir Putin from St. Petersburg International Economic Forum

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Charlie Rose will have a discussion with Russian President Vladimir Putin as part of the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum on Friday, June 19 at 7:00 a.m. ET.

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