Arkansas PBS is excited for the many exciting things going on in September. Catch a glimpse and pique your interest.
Regional Emmy Awards
Arkansas PBS wants to congratulate its team for earning an incredible 18 Mid-America Emmy Award nominations. The full spectrum of our content was recognized, from full length cultural documentaries, such as “Dirt”, to our Arkansas Live special event coverage of Yo-Yo Ma and Carrie Mae Weems from Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences will announce the winners at the end of this month. Stay tuned in to our social media platforms for updates.
Public Media Awards
We are privileged to tell Arkansas stories and we’re humbled to be finalists for 11 Public Media Awards. The National Educational Telecommunications Association’s 55th Annual competition included nominations for many of our teams. The prestigious “Overall Excellence” categories recognized three of our teams including marketing & communications, community engagement and education. We are grateful to our entire team and all of our partners, including YOU!
Come spend the day with us at your choice of Arkansas PBS Family Day. We’ll be at our headquarters in Conway on Sept. 30 and at The Jones Center in Springdale on Oct. 14. Join us for fun-filled days including costumed characters, storytelling, giveaways, live music and so much more! Reserve your spots now on Eventbrite.
Arkansas Live presents a new livestreaming opportunity to get a front row seat to another sold out event! Join us at 6 p.m. Sept. 15 on YouTube to watch an inspiring talk with Annie Leibovitz from Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. Check out the Arkansas Live playlist on our YouTube channel to watch this and more engaging events from across Arkansas.
Our all-new local series “Homegrown” premieres later this month. Watch as we celebrate the people, places and stories of Arkansas every Thursday night at 7 p.m., starting Sept. 28. We can’t wait to introduce you to the unique people and communities that shape the character of life in Arkansas.
If you haven’t yet checked out “Southern Storytellers”, now is the time to stream it on demand. This three-part series — portions of it filmed in Arkansas — features some of our state and region’s most recognizable and engaging creators of books, songs, movies and TV. It’s available to watch on any device with PBS Passport, a benefit of being an Arkansas PBS member. Check out our all-new website to learn more about PBS Passport or start watching now with the PBS App!
Find out more of what is happening at Arkansas PBS this September and beyond here!