PBS North Carolina Chief Technology Officer, Fred Engel, was one of two winners of the 2022 BEIT Conference Proceedings Best Paper Award at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Broadcast Engineering and Information Technology (BEIT) Conference, in Las Vegas, NV.
PBS North Carolina Celebrates the Power of Public Art and Inclusive Storytelling with 'Visibly Speaking'
PBS North Carolina, in partnership with the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, presents Visibly Speaking, a new series that follows the creation of inclusive public art projects that honor the often-overlooked stories of Black, Indigenous and Latinx communities throughout the state.
PBS North Carolina presents On the Road with Chatham Rabbits, a new limited series that shares the musical journey of Sarah and Austin McCombie of North Carolina folk and bluegrass duo Chatham Rabbits, premiering Thursday, May 5, at 8 PM.
PBS North Carolina—In the News...
PBS North Carolina's 'The Key Ingredient with Sheri Castle' takes viewers on a modern journey through Southern cuisine
- The News & Observer: NC cookbook author Sheri Castle finally has a TV show of her own
- High Country Press: Boone Native Sheri Castle to Host New Televised Cooking Series on PBS
- The Herald-Sun: What to Watch Thursday: The Key Ingredient
- Greensboro News & Record: New PBS cooking show to feature N.C. food writer Sheri Castle
- The Fayetteville Observer: New PBS show highlights North Carolina food, one ingredient at a time
- Winston-Salem Journal: New PBS cooking show to feature N.C. food writer Sheri Castle
- The Shelby Star: Cleveland County farmer, barker, featured on upcoming PBS show
PBS North Carolina announces partnership with High Point University on new weekly interview series, 'Side by Side with Nido Qubein,' premiering this fall
- The High Point Enterprise: Qubein to host new series on PBS NC
- The Caswell Messenger: PBS North Carolina announces new weekly broadcast series
- Triad Business Journal: PBS NC to partner with HPU President Nido Qubein in new weekly interview show
- Current: Nido Qubein, President of HPU, will host 'Side by Side' on PBS NC
PBS North Carolina expands At-Home Learning initiative with Phase II spotlighting local teachers
- EdNC: Perspective | Quality remote learning, without the internet?
- EdNC: NC education leaders mark anniversary of COVID-19 school closures; promise vigorous recovery
- NC State College of Education News: Behind the Scenes of North Carolina’s At-Home Learning Initiative
- WRAL Go Ask Mom: PBS North Carolina launches new series aimed at helping kids with remote learning
- The Progressive Pulse: UNC-TV expands ‘At-Home Learning’ initiative as school districts return to online instruction
- The Richmond County Daily Journal: Howard E. Manning Jr. | An innovative tool for at-home NC schoolchildren
PBS North Carolina joins the NC Media Equity Project to advance diversity, equity and inclusion in North Carolina.
PBS North Carolina joins WRAL and WRAZ in the launch of NEXTGEN TV
- TV NewsCheck: PBS North Carolina Launches NextGen TV
- Digital TV News: PBS North Carolina launches NEXTGEN TV broadcasting
- TVTechnology: PBS North Carolina Begins Broadcasting NextGen TV
- Content+Technology: NextGen Video Information Systems Alliance Targets Emergency Alerts
- TVTechnology: Capitol Broadcasting Company Launches ATSC 3.0 in Raleigh
- TV NewsCheck: Capitol Broadcasting Rolling Out ATSC 3.0
- WRAL TechWire: UNC-TV, WRAL, WRAZ launch next generation in TV broadcasting across Triangle
- Radio+Television Business Report: New International, ETV Members for NVISA
- rAVe News: NextGen Video Information Systems Alliance Welcomes New International and Public Broadcast Members
- PBS North Carolina: ATSC 3.0 and Public Broadcasting: A Whitepaper Supporting Public Broadcasters' Efforts in ATSC 3.0/NextGen TV
- PBS North Carolina: The Educational Broadband Gap: A Whitepaper on Utilizing ATSC 3.0/NextGenTV to Address Remote Learning Needs
- PBS North Carolina: ATSC 3.0 as a Use Case for Public Safety Communications - Development Milestones (2022 NAB 'Best Paper')
Public affairs series 'ncIMPACT' returns for third season Thursdays on UNC-TV
- Jacksonville Daily News: JPD's community efforts featured on UNC-TV, still work to be done
UNC-TV Partners with the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA) and Come Hear NC to Underscore the Importance of Arts & Artists During Pandemic
- The Herald-Sun: It’s a fall arts season like no other, but North Carolina artists are getting creative
- VisitRaleigh Insider: Streaming From Raleigh: North Carolina Museum of Art's New 'Offstage Live' Series
- The Herald-Sun: NC Museum of Art and UNC-TV to stream life concerts
- News Break: UNC-TV Hosts Virtual Concert Series with North Carolina Museum of Art and Come Hear NC
- World Music Central: UNC-TV to host virtual concert series with North Carolina Museum of Art and Come Hear NC
- WRAL: UNC-TV, NCMA to stream four live concerts
- The News & Observer: UNC-TV, NC Museum of Art to stream live concerts
- INDY Week: Concerts to Stream: UNC-TV, NCMA Announce Fall Series
UNC-TV Partners with NC Department of Public Instruction to Support At-Home Learning During COVID-19 Pandemic
- Ed NC: Access, affordability, and adoption—UNC-TV's ncIMPACT highlights broadband challenges, solutions
- Ed NC: UNC-TV supports public with media access for all
- Ed NC: UNC-TV, DPI at-home learning during COVID-19
- The Stokes News: Stokes cases now at eight
- The Wilson Times: Keeping up with school work at home
- ABC-11 Eyewitness News: NCDPI, UNC-TV roll out 50 hours of weekly TV programming for remote learning
- Education Week: North Carolina public TV now airing programs to help students
- The News & Observer: NC approves plan to help high school seniors graduate during COVID-19 crisis
- WRAL: NC public TV now airing programs to help students
- TVNewsCheck: Public TV Stations Expand Remote Learning Services
- Associated Press: N. Carolina public TV now airing programs to help students
- The Progressive Pulse: UNC-TV provides educational programming to keep North Carolina children learning while schools are closed
- Caldwell Journal: DPI Teams Up with UNC-TV to Support Their At Home Learning Initiative
UNC-TV's Co-Production of PBS's Somewhere South Cooks Up a Friday Night Hit!
- The New York Times: Our TV critic has recommendations, including a new afterlife comedy and a travelogue about barbecue
- Distractify: Vivian Howard Is Ready to Expand Your Ideas of Southern Cooking
- Jezebel: Vivian Howard Wants to Dismantle Traditional Notions of 'Southern' Food
- Eater: North Carolina's Own Vivian Howard Premieres New PBS Show Focusing on the South
- Forbes: Chef Vivian Howard Returns with a New PBS Show, and a Full Plate of Projects
- Los Angeles Times: What's on TV This Week
- The News & Observer: 'Food is that one thing we all have in common.' Vivian Howard's new show set for debut.
- Winston-Salem Journal: Vivian Howard's new series 'Somewhere South' to premiere March 27
- Wilmington Star News: Vivian Howard becomes student of Southern food in new series 'Somewhere South'
- WRAL: NC chef set to premiere new PBS show
- Albuquerque Journal: PBS series explores the connectivity of Southern foods
- INDY Week: Vivian Howard's New Series Explores Foodways of the American South with Candor and Nuance
- Mississippi Today: New series with Chef Vivian Howard hits the whole South, Mississippi included
UNC-TV & NCDPS Partner to Provide Emergency News in Spanish
UNC-TV Explores ACEs, Toxic Stress with Resilience: The Biology of Stress & the Science of Hope
- Fayetteville Observer: Film on childhood trauma, used in educator training, to air on UNC-TV
- North Carolina Health News: Statewide screening Tuesday night of “Resilience” documentary on childhood trauma effects
- Governor Roy Cooper Proclaims ACES Awareness Week, November 17-24; Part of Resilience Week
UNC-TV Works on Next Gen TV/ATSC 3.0 To Aid Emergency Communications, First Responders
- Knight-Cronkite News LAB: UNC-TV Takes On a Critical Public-Safety Problem: A team of innovators bets that new broadcast technology can save lives
- TVTechnology: UNC-TV Using Next Gen TV Tools To Assist First Responders
- Technology Org:‘Whirlwind of Activity and Progress’ for 2017 Innovation Challenge Winner UNC-TV
- TVTechnology: PILOT-Ing A New Communications Option For First Responders: UNC-TV testing ATSC 3.0 communication capabilities for emergency personnel
UNC-TV's Co-Production of PBS's Family Pictures USA Garners Rave Reviews Coast to Coast
- New York Times: What’s on TV Monday: ‘The Terror’ and ‘Family Pictures USA’
- Los Angeles Times: Scrapbooks and racial histories tell America’s story in PBS’ ‘Family Pictures USA
- Winston-Salem Journal: Episode of new series looks at N.C. history through family photos
- WUNC's The State of Things: The Hidden Histories Buried In Your Family’s Photo Album
- The Charlotte Observer: What to Watch on Monday: New ‘Family Pictures USA’ series starts in North Carolina
- TV Worth Watching: Understanding Who We Are By Looking Through Our 'Family Pictures USA'
- The News & Observer, Happiness is a Warm TV: What to Watch on Monday: New ‘Family Pictures USA’ series starts in North Carolina
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PBS North Carolina, in partnership with the NC Department of Natural and Cultural Resources and the Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting, presents State of Change, an initiative examining the impact of climate change across the state and how communities have responded with innovative solutions.
PBS North Carolina welcomes educators to its first annual Impact Early Childhood Education Summit, a free professional development opportunity designed for early childhood educators.
PBS North Carolina And Blue Cross NC Present The Third and Final Season of Opioids: State of Recovery on Wednesday, April 6
PBS North Carolina, in collaboration with and supported by Blue Cross NC, presents the final installment of Opioids: State of Recovery.
David Crabtree Named Interim Leader of PBS North Carolina
David Crabtree, award-winning broadcast journalist at WRAL, has been named interim chief executive officer of PBS North Carolina. The appointment was announced Tuesday by University of North Carolina System President Peter Hans.
PBS North Carolina's Rootle Roadster Brings Learning Resources & Family Fun to Communities Across the State Beginning March 26
In partnership with local community groups, PBS North Carolina will share free educational activities, games, demos and resources designed for families with little ones.
In the seventh season of Reel South, the nationally distributed PBS documentary series that explores life through a Southern lens. The season includes six new films that will premiere Thursdays, 4/14 through 5/19, 10 PM on PBS NC and the PBS VIdeo app.
PBS North Carolina's Mallory Mbalia Selected to Participate in Public Media Diversity Fellowship Program
Mbalia will be a part of a national class designed to explore opportunities and challenges related to diversity, equity and inclusion in the public media sector.
PBS North Carolina (PBS NC), Houston PBS (KUHT) and Rocky Mountain PBS (RMPBS) will develop original digital series in partnership with PBS Digital Studios.
PBS North Carolina and the UNC School of Government announce the premiere of the fourth season of ncIMPACT, hosted by professor Anita Brown-Graham.
PBS North Carolina announced today that it is now livestreaming on DIRECTV STREAM. A dedicated live channel for PBS NC is already available to all local DIRECTV STREAM customers in North Carolina.