Corporation for Public Broadcasting

Corporation for Public Broadcasting

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) is an American non-profit corporation created by an act of the United States Congress and funded by the United States federal government to promote and help support public broadcasting. CPB’s mission is to ensure universal access to non-commercial, high-quality content and telecommunications services. Wikipedia

Corporation for Public Broadcasting

The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) is an American non-profit corporation created by an act of the United States Congress and funded by the United States federal government to promote and help support public broadcasting. CPB’s mission is to ensure universal access to non-commercial, high-quality content and telecommunications services. Wikipedia

  • Nov 1 at 9:12 PM
    CPB is pleased to support Stanley Nelson's Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities. HBCU campuses around the country will partner with local public media stations to present the film and host conversations about the impact of HBCUs on American history and culture. Learn more about the unique partnerships surrounding the film airing February 19 on Independent Lens | PBS: https://buff.ly/2zZxCEr
  • Oct 30 at 8:06 PM
    CPB is pleased to support lifelong learning through enriching cultural programming. The 31st season of American Masters is underway, featuring films about creative greats. Tonight, Tony Award-winning and Emmy-nominated actor Denis O'Hare and two-time Golden Globe-winner Kathleen Turner draw on the rich palette of literary legend Edgar Allan Poes evocative imagery in Edgar Allen Poe: Buried Alive. Check your local PBS station listings. Photo: "Ultima Thule" daguerreotype of Edgar Allan Poe (circa 1848)
  • Oct 27 at 4:03 PM
    November 7, 2017 marks #pubmedia50: the 50th anniversary of the Public Broadcasting Act. CPB is highlighting public medias rich legacy of educational programming. One of public medias trailblazers is the late Ernest Boyer, former President of the The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. His 1991 report, Ready to Learn: A Mandate for the Nation inspired the 1994 legislation for public broadcastings Ready To Learn program. That PBS/ Corporation for Public Broadcasting partnership, funded through the U.S. Department of Education, has since made hundreds of hours of free, high-quality learning content and services available to early learners in high-need communities. Public media stations all over the country participate in the program. You can read the report here: https://buff.ly/2zcfwTu
  • Oct 20 at 9:26 PM
    CPB President and CEO Patricia De Stacy Harrison will join chef and public media talent Lidia Bastianich for a discussion about the importance of public broadcasting and the role of food diplomacy bringing people together, at WSREs Milestones and Memories Gala celebrating 50 years of service to Pensacola.

Nov 1, 9:12 PM

CPB is pleased to support Stanley Nelson's Tell Them We Are Rising: The Story of Black Colleges and Universities. HBCU campuses around the country will partner with local public media stations to present the film and host conversations about the impact of HBCUs on American history and culture. Learn more about the unique partnerships surrounding the film airing February 19 on Independent Lens | PBS: https://buff.ly/2zZxCEr

Oct 30, 8:06 PM

CPB is pleased to support lifelong learning through enriching cultural programming. The 31st season of American Masters is underway, featuring films about creative greats. Tonight, Tony Award-winning and Emmy-nominated actor Denis O'Hare and two-time Golden Globe-winner Kathleen Turner draw on the rich palette of literary legend Edgar Allan Poes evocative imagery in Edgar Allen Poe: Buried Alive. Check your local PBS station listings. Photo: "Ultima Thule" daguerreotype of Edgar Allan Poe (circa 1848)

Oct 27, 4:03 PM

November 7, 2017 marks #pubmedia50: the 50th anniversary of the Public Broadcasting Act. CPB is highlighting public medias rich legacy of educational programming. One of public medias trailblazers is the late Ernest Boyer, former President of the The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. His 1991 report, Ready to Learn: A Mandate for the Nation inspired the 1994 legislation for public broadcastings Ready To Learn program. That PBS/ Corporation for Public Broadcasting partnership, funded through the U.S. Department of Education, has since made hundreds of hours of free, high-quality learning content and services available to early learners in high-need communities. Public media stations all over the country participate in the program. You can read the report here: https://buff.ly/2zcfwTu

Oct 20, 9:26 PM

CPB President and CEO Patricia De Stacy Harrison will join chef and public media talent Lidia Bastianich for a discussion about the importance of public broadcasting and the role of food diplomacy bringing people together, at WSREs Milestones and Memories Gala celebrating 50 years of service to Pensacola.