March 2020
Network News

AETN is now Arkansas PBS

On Feb. 28, AETN became Arkansas PBS with a renewed commitment to put Arkansas and Arkansas stories first. We look forward to being your daily, essential source for information and entertainment whenever and wherever you choose. Come with us as we expand the thoughtful and thought-provoking experiences you know and trust.

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High school basketball state championships on AR PBS Sports

See who takes the Arkansas high school basketball state championship titles March 12-14, only on AR PBS Sports March 12-14.

Watch live March 12-13 beginning at 11:45 a.m. each day and March 14 beginning at 11:15 a.m.

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Arkansas PBS Foundation

100-Day New Member Challenge

Show your love for Arkansas PBS by helping us earn $20,000 in a challenge issued by the Susan Howarth Foundation: gain 3,000 new members in 100 days and receive $20,000 to be used for programming expenses. Howarth was the executive director of Arkansas PBS from 1989-1999.

Become a member now through June 7 at
Arkansas PBS KIDS

Arkansas PBS KIDS Writers Contest

Children in grades K-3 are invited to enter the 2020 Arkansas PBS KIDS Writers Contest now through Friday, April 17. Prizes include a PBS KIDS Playtime Pad or a classroom visit from Clifford the Big Red Dog!

Community Engagement

"PBS American Portrait"

"PBS American Portrait" is a digital-first, national storytelling project about what it really means to be an American today. This initiative invites people to share photos, videos and text submissions to capture the state and spirit of our nation.

Tell your story today at .
Public Affairs

Census 2020: Be Counted

Arkansas PBS is excited to be a partner in the state's Census 2020 campaign. Did you know an undercount of just one percent can cost the state up to $1 billion over the next 10 years? Together, we can ensure a complete and accurate count for Arkansas.

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Streaming Now

"Masterpiece: Beecham House" now streaming on Arkansas PBS Passport

Don't miss this PBS Passport exclusive miniseries from "Masterpiece"! Former East India Company soldier John Beecham arrives in Delhi determined to reunite his family and hide the identity of his infant son. But what will these secrets cost?

Watch anytime, anywhere with Arkansas PBS Passport , a member benefit for those who give $5 monthly or $60 annually.
Public Affairs

Stream public meetings on AR-CAN

Through the Arkansas Citizen’s Access Network (AR-CAN) for the first time ever, major state board and commission meetings are livestreamed for public view. Tune in to important meetings, like the Census Commission live from Arkansas PBS, from your home or office.

See the schedule at .
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