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01/19/2017 at 17:33. Facebook
Public media is a tiny part of the federal budget with a HUGE impact. Share why you value your stations and RESOLVE to #ProtectPublicMedia in 2017 → [ Bit.ly Link ]

Resolve to Protect Public Media

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01/18/2017 at 18:51. Facebook
We <3 our local stations!

If you do too, give them a shout out below and tell us why you're resolving to keep your stations safe in 2017 → [ Bit.ly Link ]

Resolve to Protect Public Media

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01/17/2017 at 19:17. Facebook
New year, new you. Hit the gym, eat healthy, and go to protectmypublicmedia.org/tell-resolve to share why you’re resolving to #ProtectPublicMedia in 2017. It will only take a few moments but it might be the most important New Year’s resolution you make this year.

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01/17/2017 at 16:12. Facebook
Now, early learners have all day access to public television's trusted educational programming on air and online via their local stations. No cable box needed. #PublicMediaEducates
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01/16/2017 at 16:45. Facebook
Local and national, past and present: We love public TV & radio stations because they tell our stories. Join us as we celebrate #MLKDay with these amazing programs.

Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with Public Media

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01/14/2017 at 16:30. Facebook
Happy Birthday, Nina Totenberg! Since 1975, she's kept public radio listeners in the legal loop. Share why you value her reporting in the comments.

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106 years ago, opera was heard over the local airwaves from the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. It the first public radio broadcast EVER. In honor of #PublicRadioBroadcastingDay , share why your stations are important to you today → [ Bit.ly Link ] #ProtectPublicMedia
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New Year. New Congress. New President. Start your new year on the right foot by sharing why you're resolving to protect your stations this year: [ Bit.ly Link ] #ProtectPublicMedia

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Did you know public radio brought us the first female anchor for a national news broadcast? Shout out to Susan Stamberg for holding this honor.

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Diane Rehm, your voice will be missed. Thank you for providing us with coverage that makes us smarter for over three decades.

Radio's Diane Rehm, A Mainstay Of Civil Discourse, Signs Off

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Trivia time! Who knows how old Ira Glass was when he started working in public radio?
The All Songs Considered Holiday Extravaganza can only mean one thing: the holidays are officially here! How do you celebrate with public media?

The All Songs Considered Holiday Extravaganza 2016

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Why do your local public radio and TV stations matter to you?
“It’s an integral part of our mission to get out into the country, to parts of the country that we don’t get to usually, and understand what’s going on for people in those places and tell the stories of the people who live there." -- Rachel Martin

With new host Rachel Martin, ‘Morning Edition’ plans to focus on places ‘we haven’t paid attention to’

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Congrats Arthur on 20 years of teaching generations of kids how to deal with the challenges of childhood! What has Arthur taught you or your kids?
Happy birthday to the public TV guy who made science cool... Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill!
Happy birthday to the public TV guy who made science cool... Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill!
This Thanksgiving we are grateful for YOU.