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Introducing: The Hub!

Posted by Stephanie C. Montaño on

The Hub is a new central location (replacing Station Management Center and some functionality of myPBS) for links, tools, and more.

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Drowning in Data

Posted by Leif Brostrom on

The SPI Team's Leif Brostrom connected with Terry Dugas, General Manager of Wyoming PBS and Michael Brafford, Digital Marketing Manager at Twin Cities PBS to discuss the ups and downs of analytics and data.

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Cook Up Something Delicious for the Holidays with PBS Food

Last Updated by Sam Elander on

It’s that time of year again and PBS Food is bringing you Thanksgiving plans, menus and a look ahead to Christmas cookies, edible gifts, holiday cocktails, latkes and more!

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Getting to Know Your Audience

Last Updated by Taylor Shore on

The conversations about audience can be endless: What information is important to know about them? Where do you get that information? What do you do with that information when you get it? Which audiences do you even care about?

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Nielsen retiring the TV Diary benefits PBS Stations

Posted by Raj Bhansali on

As of June 28th, 2018, the famed Nielsen paper TV diary rating service has finally been retired.

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Taco Tuesday & Other Great Engagements : New Lessons Learned

Posted by Max Duke on

Jennifer Cook of WUCF and Ami Kim of Community Idea Stations join us for a conversation about what makes a great engagement and why it is so important for the mission and business of public media.

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Reflecting on Digital Immersion in Denver

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Brent Clark of WCTE reflects upon the Digital Immersion Project Workshop in Denver.

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Introducing the newest DMAC members

Last Updated by Amy Lust on

Cheer on the most recent group to join the Digital Media Advisory Council (DMAC)!

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New Lessons Learned Episode: Leadership and Change

Posted by Max Duke on

No matter where you start the leadership conversation, you are likely to never finish it. How do the presidents of two overlap stations approach leadership, and how does cake factor into the experience? In this episode, Amanda Mountain of Rocky Mountain Public Media and Kim Johnson of Colorado Public Television discuss change, collaboration, transition, and opportunity.

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PBS Digital Studios Launches New Site and Video Training Series

Last Updated by Dan Levy on

The new site highlights their active online original series and features new and upcoming programming.

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