Enron 10th Anniversary coverage from the Nightly Business Report's HoustonPBS Bureau. Read More
"A Conversation on Houston Classic TV" is an hour-long reminiscence with some of Houston’s favorite television personalities. Read More
HoustonPBS has received four 2011 Lone Star EMMY Award nominations. Read More
Every Friday night at 8 p.m., starting October 7 and running until November 4, the League of Women Voters of the Houston Area, Houston Media Source and HoustonPBS present The Houston Debates: 2011 City Municipal Elections. Read More
Press release announcing the appointment of Lisa Trapani Shumate as new executive director and general manager of Houston Public Media. Read More
Other Ways To Give-Support HoustonPBS by starting your amazon.com purchase at houstonpbs.org Read More
The PBS program Nightly Business Report opens a Houston Bureau in partnership with HoustonPBS and KUHF Houston Public Radio. Read More
The popular HoustonPBS online drawing, Summer E-scapes is back for its seventh year in a row. Every person who makes a donation online to HoustonPBS during the month of July is automatically entered into a drawing to win some noteworthy prizes. Read More
Two Spring Branch ISD educators recently received 2011 PBS Teachers® Innovation Awards. These awards invited PreK-12th grade educators to share ideas and videos showcasing how they were engaging students with PBS resources and innovative ideas to reinforce 21st century learning skills. Read More
HoustonPBS will air an evening of Galveston-related program on Monday, June 13 beginning at 7 p.m. Read More
The HoustonPBS Elevate Lecture Series welcomes veteran PBS newsman, Jim Lehrer to Houston on Monday, June 6 at 7 p.m. at the Omni Houston Galleria Hotel. Read More
This Saturday, May 7 at 9:00 a.m. HoustonPBS is hosting an awards ceremony at the Children’s Museum of Houston for the winners of the PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest. For the past seventeen years the station has hosted this annual contest which encourages creativity and a love of reading by offering children, K-3rd grade, an opportunity to submit a story they’ve written and illustrated. HoustonPBS received over 500 entries for this year’s competition.
The four first place winners will read their stories at the event and the four illustrated stories will be available on the HoustonPBS website.
For more information on the PBS KIDS GO! Writers Contest visit http://www.houstonpbs.org/writerscontest.
For the month of May, HoustonPBS is offering two special thank you gifts to encourage viewers to become monthly sustaining supporters. Those who sign up for the station’s Sustainer Advantage can choose a yearly subscription to either My Table magazine - Houston’s dining publication - or the award-winning Houston Business Journal Online. Read More
A national survey undertaken by the bipartisan polling firms of Hart Research and American Viewpoint indicates overwhelming public opposition (69% to 27%) to proposals to eliminate government funding of public broadcasting, with voters across the political spectrum opposed to such a cut, including 83% of Democrats, 69% of Independents, and 56% of Republicans. More than two-thirds (68%) of voters say that Congressional budget cutters should “find other places in the budget to save money.” Read More