Corporation for Public Broadcasting

“For all of us in public media, we have linked arms to make an effective case because we know what’s at risk if that funding disappears."
"Public broadcasting makes our nation smarter, stronger and, yes, safer."
We need to ask hard, clear questions of legislators, regulators and ourselves.
“We would have to turn the lights out,” says one TV manager in Oklahoma. “A travesty and a tragedy,” says another in Tennessee.
Now seems like a good time to revisit his moving speech to the U.S. Senate.
The Trump Budget, which will be sent to Congress on Thursday, among many things, eviscerates funding for the Corporation
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which helps support over 1,500 stations, calls the reported plan "devastating."
Our work is being scaled in local communities. There, we are developing a critical mass of public innovators and boundary-spanning groups that can collectively address local challenges and shift the civic culture of those communities.
Rejecting dozens of heroic characters, from Captain America to Underdog, Republicans last week chose instead a villain for their figurehead.