Nearly 8 in 10 people trust PBS (79 percent “trust a great deal” or “trust somewhat”). The 2016 study marks the 13th time in a row that PBS was called the nation’s most-trusted institution among a consideration set that includes courts of law, commercial cable and broadcast television, newspapers and others. The study found that more than ...Continue Reading
The first five Re:Dream videos featuring mini-documentaries from across five American cities — including Kansas City — were released this week: Tsehaya Smith is an accomplished dancer and choreographer. Her career was thriving until her mother passed away, leaving her a house drowning in debt. Tsehaya is meeting the obstacles in the way of her American dream head ...Continue Reading
Oh, we’ll miss those sharp tongues! See some of the best one-liners from six seasons of PBS’ Downton Abbey. The MASTERPIECE series finale airs at 8pm this Sunday, March 6, on KCPT. Follow the conversation on Twitter with #FarewellDownton and #DowntonPBS.
This March, turn to KCPT for new programs featuring all of your favorites. From unique music to final chapters, our on-air funding drive will explore all that public television has to offer. Each program features a way to support public television and be thanked with a special gift. Night of the Proms Friday, March 4th at ...Continue Reading
From good news for the Bates’, to a new lover for Edith — catch-up with Season 6 before the MASTERPIECE series finale airs at 8pm on Sunday, March 6, on PBS on KCPT. Follow the conversation with #DowntonPBS and #FarewellDownton.
From interactive smart boards to giving every student an iPad, technology has transformed today’s classroom. As Vice President of PBS Education, it’s Alicia Levi’s job to ensure that PBS provides educators with digital content and tools that allow them to leverage technology for learning. “The technology is always evolving, what hasn’t changed is students’ real ...Continue Reading