PBS Online Film Festival 2018

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Are you ready for the PBS Online Film Festival?

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2018 A Capitol Fourth LIVESTREAM

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PBS will be live streaming A Capitol Fourth on Wednesday, July 4 at 8pm EST on Facebook and through YouTube!

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New PBS Digital Studios Series from Rewire.org grows into multimedia project

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DMAC member and TPT's Maribel Lopez explains how your station can leverage Rewire.org’s new PBS Digital Studios series

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Product Launch: TV Listings Manager Helps Stations Improve Schedule Accuracy

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PBS Digital is launching a new TV Listings Manager tool for stations in order to improve the TV Schedule experience for station members and audiences. Here are the FOUR most important things you need to know to gain access to this powerful tool and start taking advantage of the new TV Listings Manager.

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WUCF Unveils New Website to Help Children During Emergencies

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WUCF recently launched Meet the Helpers, a multiplatform initiative directed at teaching children so they are better prepared in emergency situations.

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2018 National Memorial Day Concert LIVE STREAM

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For the third year in a row, PBS will be live streaming the National Memorial Day Concert on Facebook and YouTube.

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The Great American Read Bentomatic and Voting Embed Available

Last Updated by Tara Vaezi | Senior Program Manager | PBS Digital on

Please read this entire blog post carefully to get the full details about the Bentomatic and voting tool.

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It's Almost Time for The Royal Wedding!

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As more content becomes available over the coming weeks, the website will be updated with additional assets.

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Station Resources for Newly Released Web Series “What I Hear When You Say”

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What I Hear When You Say is a digital-only video series that explores how words can both unite and divide us depending our own perspective, experience, and interpretation.

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Curate v2 Beta is Live!

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It's finally here! Find out what's new.

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Civilizations: Call-Out for Volunteer Bloggers

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Does your station have artists-in-residence or partnerships with artists in your community? If so, PBS is inviting them to be bloggers for the upcoming nine-part series "Civilizations."

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PBS Digital Studios opens registration for Digital Voltage Workshops

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Announcing the Digital Voltage Workshops from PBS Digital Studios -- join us!

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TechCon 2017 & the Digital Immersion Project: New Beginnings!

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Kimberly Harbrecht of PBA30 in Atlanta discusses her experience at TechCon as a Digital Immersion Project Partner.

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Black History Month Content and Resources for 2018

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Join Black Culture Connection (BCC) for 2018 Black History Month celebrations!

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Tech-Con: A Digital Marketplace for Exchanging Ideas and Learning

Last Updated by By Larry Rohrer | Director of Content | South Dakota Public Broadcasting | DMAC on

If you have been around the system long enough, you can recall when annual meetings were only accessible in person, you realize now that iMA was not ahead of its time, and you understand the value from an industry conference is in the hallway peer to peer as well in the break-out sessions. There may be no better example going than TechCon.

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