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Recent News and Updates

KSPS to Host President and CEO of PBS, Paula Kerger

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The Future of Public Media: Please join us for an evening of conversation, wine, beer & small plates. Bring your friends and your questions for a lively, interactive Q&A session benefiting KSPS with a special invitation to support the 50th Anniversary Endowment Campaign

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Defunding the Corporation for Public Broadcasting

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The impact of eliminating federal funding for public broadcasting would be devastating for public television stations nationwide and especially hard on smaller and rural stations and their communities who rely more heavily on the funds from CPB to continue providing free, over-the-air quality television and educational programming.

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High School Students Consider Careers in Media—And How to Spot Fake News—At KSPS MediaFest

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65 area high school students attended lectures and workshops on careers in TV, print, and radio journalism; social media and PR; and documentary and dramatic film-making. After lunch with the professionals, students learned how to be responsible consumers of media and how to spot fake news.

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