Arkansas PBS wins four Public Media Awards from the 54th annual National Educational Television Awards (NETA). Click through and read about the projects that earned wins for Arkansas PBS.
Before you vote this fall, make sure that you know your candidates and their stances on the issues that matter to you! ! “Election 2022: Arkansas PBS Debates” will feature candidates in nine races, and you'll be able to watch them livestreaming on Arkansas PBS broadcasts and youtube.com/ArkansasPBS and catch rebroadcasts in primetime Oct. 17-21. Learn when and how to watch, how you can attend and more after the jump!
Scholars and those within the Jewish community give testimony on how the Holocaust impacted and was impacted by Arkansas.
We’re excited to share that Arkansas PBS has been named a finalist for 13 Public Media Awards from the National Education Telecommunications Association (NETA) in the 54th annual competition! The Public Media Awards honor NETA members’ finest work in community engagement, content, education, marketing/communications and overall excellence.
Arkansans have many stories to tell and Arkansas PBS is proud to take part in sharing those stories. Because we're able to tell these stories, we’re excited to announce that we’ve earned a record 21 regional Emmy Award nominations from the Mid-America Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS)!
Blueberry was adjusting to the news that Max is now too old to remain in the clubhouse at the conclusion of "Season 3" and arranged a performance with Max's favorite band, The Jams, to close out the summer the right way! Hear how fans of the show sent in their dance videos to join the party and helped close out "Season Three" the right way after the jump.
It is time to jump into the last week of season two of "Rise and Shine."
After getting a second chance in life, Margie Raimondo created Urbana Farmstead where she is empowering a new generation to homestead. Margie’s cooking and canning classes teach people where their food comes from and how to use that food in a variety of ways.
We hope that you are ready to keep the fun going with "Rise and Shine" week 5!
When “Dirt” producer Jennifer Gibson started filming with Arkansas farmers about their experiences with natural resource conservation, she had a chance to experience their passion for those practices and their work. Find out their enthusiasm influenced Jennifer to realize her own passion — and why she thinks heading outside and getting a little dirty might be a good idea for you, too — after the jump.
It's time to get excited because "Rise and Shine" continues.
Grab your Power Packets, because it is time for our third week!
Theron and Jeanie Rowbotham of Infinity Ranch have invested in solar energy to power up the turkey houses which they grow for Butterball. The goal is to create a sustainable farm for their kids and future generations.
Let's dive right into the second week of "Rise and Shine" season two!