Today, Congress approved a Continuing Resolution (CR), a short-term funding measure that keeps the government and its programs, including support for public media, funded at roughly last year’s spending levels through December 11, 2020.
The “Florida Public Radio Emergency Network” or “FPREN,” can be considered public radio’s most ambitious and successful effort in serving coastal states, providing public media audiences with critically important lifesaving multiplatform content before, during, and after hurricanes and other significant weather events.
On Wednesday, June 19, 2019, the U.S. House of Representatives approved increased federal funding for public media as part of their Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 … Read More
What is Ready To Learn? Ready To Learn is a federally funded grant program that empowers local public television stations nationwide to help close the … Read More
What does it mean when we you ask Congress to fully fund public media? Here’s a breakdown of the specific programs that enable your local … Read More
Teaming up with a Local Partner to Make a Difference Louisiana Public Broadcasting (LPB) is sparking early STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) learning in … Read More
President Signed Bill That Fully Funds Public Media President Trump signed the Fiscal Year (FY) 2018 omnibus appropriations bill into law, which provides full funding … Read More
Congress is back, and both chambers will be debating federal funding for public media again. This week or next, the House of Representatives is expected … Read More
Both chambers of Congress are currently out for their August recess. Thanks to your hard work, we were able to take several steps toward ensuring … Read More
Wednesday, July 19, 2017, was a critically important day for public media funding, with House Committees acting on two bills affecting local stations. House Labor, … Read More
Earlier this month, Senators and Representatives packed up their bags and returned home for August recess, but, before they left, they made critical decisions about … Read More
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