The Vietnam War Project - From KSPSThe Wall That Heals - August 24-27 at Mirabeau Meadows in the Spokane Valley

Upcoming special prescreenings of the Ken Burns documentary:
Spokane Veterans Center:
Thursday, August 24, 10:30am – 5pm
Friday, August 25, 9am – 5pm
Saturday, August 26: 9am - Noon

Spokane County Library District:
Cheney Library - Saturday, Sep 9, 2-3:30pm
Medical Lake County Library - September 12, 6:30 pm
Whitworth University, Robinson Learning Center - September 12, 7:00

Secrets of the Six Wives

Secrets of the Six Wives

Sunday at 7 pm/8 Mtn – Series begins

Upcoming Events


Wild Kratts Live!

Wild Kratts Live!

The Wild Kratts live show is coming to the Spokane INB Performing Arts Center on September 24, 2017! Get your tickets or more information...

The Wall That Heals - Opening Ceremonies

The Wall That Heals - Opening Ceremonies

Join us for the Opening Ceremonies for The Wall That Heals, a replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, at Mirabeau Meadows on Thursday, August 24 at 9am...

Donor Highlight


Doreen Hopton

Doreen Hopton

Ms. Doreen Hopton, of Calgary AB was a long-time member of KSPS who never missed a year renewing her donation. We are very grateful to her for remembering us in her will...

Darryl Troutman

Darryl Troutman

Darryl Troutman was a loyal and true friend to all, including friends from early childhood and people met on his various travels. Family was very important to Darryl...

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About KSPS Public Television

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KSPS-TV is the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) public television station headquartered in Spokane, Washington. We reach more than 2.3-million households in eastern Washington, northern Idaho, Alberta, and beyond. Viewers hail from Calgary, Edmonton, Coeur d’Alene, Kalispell, Wenatchee, Moscow, and hundreds of cities and towns across one of the largest Nielsen Designated Market Areas in the...

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Celebrate 50 Years With Us! Paperless Prevue?
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