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From the BENTO 3.0 Beta Files: Wicked Fast Bento Deployment tips for Small Stations

Last Updated by Ray Walters KMOS on

Ray Walters built his site in Bento 3.0 in just five days. How did he do it?

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Cracking the Diversity Code: Webinar Recap

Last Updated by Nicole Eley-Carr on

During this webinar, we explored media consumption trends, audience demographics, case studies, and different approaches to serving audiences of today and tomorrow.

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Let’s Hear It For The Nerds: DMAC 2017 Application

Last Updated by Max Duke | Senior Director | Station Products & Innovation on

Apply today for the Digital Media Advisory Council!

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PBS KIDS Digital Product Update - Summer 2017

Last Updated by Mitchell Scuzzarella on

Here's what the PBS KIDS Digital team is up to and what's on the horizon.

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Station Feedback on Source 2.0

Last Updated by Holly DeJong on

Source 2.0 is a resource for everyone. See how Member Stations have integrated the site in their day-to-day work.

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The 2017 PBS Online Film Festival is now underway!

Last Updated by Leif Brostrom, Emma Goddard on

Viewing and voting happens from July 17 to July 28.

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Bento 3.0: Security, Sites and Super Powers

Last Updated by Amy Lust on

Bento 3.0 is a whole new platform with a beautifully designed user interface and features. Let’s take a moment and walk through some of the platform’s newest features.

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CPB and PBS Digital Studios Digital On-Site Training Workshops!

Last Updated by Dan Levy, Leif Brostrom on

PBS Digital Studios, with the support from The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, will be conducting eight on-site regional station training sessions in eight different markets across the country.

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PBS Digital Switching its Video Transcoding Service

Last Updated by Jenny Markley on

PBS Digital will soon be switching it's transcoding service. The API structure will not change, just the profiles. We currently generate 11 or 14 output types. Many of these are duplicates, or no longer necessary. We plan to reduce that to 3 or 4 output types. What does this mean for API developers developers? Read more to find out.

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A Capitol Fourth: LiveStream!

Last Updated by Tara Vaezi on

A Capitol Fourth broadcasts live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol on July 4th, 8pm.

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