How do I order PBS?
To purchase a product from the PBS Shop, please call 800-531-4PBS (4727) or visit the Shop PBS website.
Is NPR and PBS the same?
PBS and NPR are independent entities, and they are NOT the only organizations that receive money from the CPB. Other distributors include American Public Television, The Independent Television Service, Public Radio Exchange, Public Radio International and American Public Media.
How do I download NPR News?
Android may use Chrome or Firefox….Downloading & Working NPR One
- Go to your app store on your device and search for “NPR One.” It’s in the iTunes store for Apple and the Google Play Store for Android.
- Download NPR One.
- When the app finishes downloading, find the app on your device and open it.
Does NPR own PBS?
CPB does not produce or distribute programs, nor does it own, control or operate any broadcast stations. PBS is a private, nonprofit media enterprise owned by its member public television stations.
What kind of news is on NPR?
NPR : National Public Radio : News & Analysis, World, US, Music & Arts NPR delivers breaking national and world news. Also top stories from business, politics, health, science, technology, music, arts and culture.
Where can I listen to podcasts from NPR?
NPR Podcasts & Shows NPR’s home to showcase all of the podcasts from the NPR family. You can listen to recent episodes of your favorite podcasts and subscribe using your app of choice.
What are some cool stationery companies that run by Queer Power Couples?
Public Radio Nerd Colorful. . . Public Radio Nerd Colorf. . . NPR Annual Collectible O. . . Bowl O’ News NPR. . . Ash + Chess is a cute stationery company run by queer and trans power couple Ashley Molesso (she/her) and Chess Needham (he/him), based out of Richmond, VA.
Who are the Founding Mothers of NPR?
A new book, “Susan, Linda, Nina & Cokie: The Extraordinary Story of the Founding Mothers of NPR” explores the careers and friendships of trailblazing journalists Susan Stamberg, Linda Wertheimer, Nina Totenberg and Cokie Roberts. For NPR’s 50th anniversary, Judy Woodruff…