Announcing the Digital Immersion Project Partners

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The Digital Immersion Project was created by PBS Digital & Marketing, with support from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, to help improve digital efforts at stations, while offering a way for station staff to connect to a greater public media community of digital professionals.

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YoPro San Diego: Let's Go!

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Believe it or not, it’s time to start getting ready for the PBS Annual Meeting. At this year’s meeting PBS Digital will be presenting a FREE young professionals workshop called YoPro: San Diego.

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Veterans Initiative Page Added on Station Management Center

Posted by Megan E. Paparella | Senior Manager | Station Services on

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Veteran Initiatives page on the Station Management Center. This will be a space to share engagement case studies, resources, collaborative events and local film content.

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Value PBS Bentomatic

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A new ValuePBS website launched this week and it’s available for stations to integrate into their websites, using Bentomatic. It makes the case why PBS and its member stations are a trusted, valued, and essential resource for communities, educators, and families.

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Webinars: Road to TechCon

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Join PBS Digital for two encore performances of the most popular sessions from TechCon16.

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Going All In with PBS TechCon 2017

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This year, PBS TechCon is expected to offer even more learning, networking, and growth opportunities for attendees. The amount of sessions being offered for each discipline—T&O, Digital, Traffic—has increased, with sessions focused on digital fundraising and production being added to the mix.

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Announcing the New Digital Advisory Council Class

Last Updated by Tom Davidson | Sr. Director | PBS Digital on

You could make a fantastic council from the people who weren’t selected. The Digital Advisory Council is a group of station leaders who work closely with the SPI team (and Ira Rubenstein, PBS Digital’s senior vice president and Don Wilcox, our new vice president of marketing and services) on everything from shaping the strategic direction of PBS Digital’s efforts to improving our communication wit

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Interview with Paula Kerger on MSNBC's Morning Joe

Last Updated by By Jen Carter Hinders | Assistant Director | PBS Digital on

Watch Paula Kerger's interview on MSNBC's Morning Joe where she discusses everything from how PBS is staying competitive in today's media landscape, to the 2015 primetime schedule, to how well PBS and stations do educational content and storytelling.

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Behind the Screens: Meet Betsy Gerdeman

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Having worked at PBS for a few years in the 90s, Betsy returned to PBS last year to lead the Development Services department. In the interim, she held development positions at local PBS stations KLRU, WETA, and KLRN, as well as The National Cathedral, and Interfaith Ministries.

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In 2015, Let's Take the 'Me' Out of Media

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This past year, Paula Kerger was selected as one of LinkedIn's Influencers, an invitation-only program for top voices in the professional world to reach members across LinkedIn. Paula regularly pens articles on LinkedIn, and her most recent posits that 2015 will be "the year of community."

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2014's Top Headlines in Digital Media

Last Updated by Sonia Paul | Media Shift on

The professionals over at MediaShift cover the transcendent space where technology and media intersect. Looking back over a tumultuous year, they've selected the biggest stories and trends that shaped the media and technology industry in 2014, and will likely reverberate into the new year and beyond. A few of these stories are highlighted below, or you can visit MediaShift to read the full article

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Behind the Screens: Meet Tom Davidson

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"I love the business card I carry these days. On the front, a familiar (but slightly odd) letter P, shaped like a head. On the back: Curious George. Working for PBS Digital kinda makes up for the dull-but-inscrutable job title, 'senior director.'" - Tom Davidson

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Behind the Screens: Meet Matt Ringelstetter

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Matt joined PBS last year to develop websites for the Digital Promotions team. Before PBS, Matt worked on the web teams at various museums around the nation. Learn more about Matt's role at PBS Digital, and how he keeps busy on his days off.

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SPI Blog Year in Review: 2014

Last Updated by By Jen Carter Hinders | Assistant Director | PBS Digital on

Start your new year off right by reviewing the top 5 posts from the SPI blog from 2014.

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Behind the Screens: Meet Amy Lust

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Amy Lust is the newest member to the Station Products and Innovation (SPI) team. She previously worked as an intern within Conference Services, and most recently worked on the myPBS team leading trainings and customer support for the platform.

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