PBS Digital Communication Updates

Last Updated by Katie Wilson | Senior Manager | PBS Digital on

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As the way we share ideas shifts in the digital landscape we are making some changes in the upcoming months to better communicate with stations, and we wanted to update you on what PBS Digital has in store.

New Facebook Group - PBS Digital Station Solutions This new service group is for station folks and their direct collaborating partners. This group will serve as a primary source of direct communication to stations regarding product updates, system alerts, and all other digital notifications.

The idea is to share big plans, learn from glorious fails, find collaborative partners, and get answers to all digital strategy questions. We encourage stations to post directly to the group with their success stories and challenges.

If you work at a station, go to http://to.pbs.org/pbsdigitalsolutions and request access. Can't wait to see you there!

Newsletter: We will continue to send updates and information to our various station contact lists to complement the Facebook group updates. Our regular SPI Weekly Update newsletter is still a strong source for digital news from around public media, with links to opportunities, case studies, and learning resources. You can subscribe here.

Website Updates:  As we shift over to the new Bento Studio Suite, digital.pbs.org will be updated with new content and better access to resources from PBS and other system partners. Look for changes to roll out over the next few months.

Twitter: We will bid a fond farewell to our SPI account. For a number of years, you have followed, favorited, and retweeted updates we've shared from around the system, You will still be able to find these same great stories through the Facebook Group and Newsletter.

Our goal is to make sure we communicate in the best way possible to serve you. If you have ideas on how we can improve upon this please send us a note! Reach out with any comments or concerns and let us know how we are doing.

As always for any questions, reach out to your digital rep or email us at spi@pbs.org.



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