My family couldn’t live without Public Media – both on TV and Radio. The programs are wonderful, both from a learning perspective and a substantive entertainment perspective.
Please keep funding it. INCREASE the funding!
Long ago we decided to live without the banality of cable. Our primary television viewing is public broadcasting. The only radio we listen to in our car is public radio. We even stream public radio at home.
Public media is so important because it winsomely fosters some of the cognitive complexity and kindness that the world needs to flourish. Thank you, to all who work in and contribute to this cause.
Public broadcast is all we watched growing up. Thank you for making awesome shows for kids.
The airwaves are public! PBS is the only place where you can get news without corporate slant, educational programming, and the best British dramas.
I count on my local station (KQED San Francisco) for so much! I give on an annual basis and help when I can. I love the local programming as much as the national shows. Especially when its about San Francisco history.
So here’s to PBS! Keep going strong!
Our entire family values public broadcasting — every day!
We listen and watch NEWS (with varied views but much better than the soundbites on commercial TV and radio broadcasts.)
We appreciate CHILD-APPROPRIATE television and watch with grandkids now, and did when our children were growing.
We depend on PBS TV 7 days a week, especially dramas, history, Frontline, Nova, Masterpiece.
On the road and at home, we listen to Oregon Public Broadcasting RADIO — 5 or more hrs. a day, starting with Morning Edition.
My childhood, teenage years, & adulthood has been blessed by public television. It is educational & has helped local artists gain the spotlight they rightly deserve. It brings culture, be it local or international, to our homes. It honors our local communities in ways other networks can’t…we need public television!
While I was a theater design student at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh we got to work on a redesign of Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. We met Fred Rogers and also met a young Michael Keaton who was a production assistant.
I believe so whole heartedly in the mission and purpose of public media.
Fred Rogers has inspired me to be an upright, genuine and honest person.
As a teacher, I have been blessed with the opportunity to share this message with a new generation.
Thank you so much for all that you do to enlighten and inspire us all!