My children benefit from PBS. Keep quality programming available to all.
Where would I be without talk from NPR or great roots music or exquisite classical music — ONLY available on public radio! They shouldn’t depend on listener contributions.
I support public media because in the current media climate of sound bites, hype, click bait, ultrapartisanship, and trolling, public media can be counted on to be unbiased, well researched, and reliable. #ItsABeautifulDay
Where else can you see films by Ken Burns, in-depth science programs like NOVA, drama like Masterpiece Theater, informative programs like Nature, extensive and unbiased news like the News Hour, and much, much more? Certainly not on commercial TV.
Madison watches every Nature Program on WGCU on Wednesday evenings here in Naples, Florida. While she is sorry that she never truly knew Mr. Rogers, she knows she would have loved him and is wearing her cardigan in solidarity with all the rest of his fans.
Public. Media. Matters. Public television is a free education resource that helps children get ready to learn and ready for school, no matter where they live or what their parents can afford. #myIPTV
Public Television introduced me the the rest of the world. Culture, values, arts and humanity shown and explained from childhood in a non bias form for a lifetime of mind exploring and heart expanding experiences. Priceless!
We are proud to work for MPTV and bring fabulous programs and events to our community!
My single parent loved me, but owned a small business. I was often inside because of a childhood illness. One of my elementary schools was terribly underfunded. I was curious and a good reader, but I just didn’t know much about my world. Mister Rogers, Grover, Big Bird and friends helped cover crucial gaps in my early learning. Now, I own a bookstore filled with our literary neighbors, and my success is in part due to the support of viewers like you.