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Tuesday, June 29th, 2010
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Thirteen/WNET New York
The official site of Thirteen/WNET, America’s most-watched public television station, offering extensive information on programs, personalities, and streaming video clips of Thirteen and PBS shows

WLIW21
The official site of WLIW21, offering information on programming and the station’s operations

PBS
The official site of the Public Broadcasting Service, including information on PBS programs and podcasts of these programs

PBS KIDS
The official site of children’s programming on PBS, with detailed information on Barney, Curious George, Sesame Street, Mister Rogers, and the many other children’s shows on PBS

Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Funds local PBS and non-commercial stations

Current
An independent site offering news and information about the latest developments in public broadcasting.

NPR
The official site of National Public Radio, with information on programs and personalities, podcasts of broadcasts and streaming audio

WNYC AM 820 and FM 93.9
The official sites of WNYC New York’s NPR station, offering information on WNYC programming, and more

WNYE 91.5 and Public Radio International
The official sites of WNYE-FM 91.5 and the PRI network

WBGO 88.3
The official site of jazz public radio station WBGO 88.3 with information on its programming and an archive of interviews with top American musicians and artists

WBAI 99.5 and Pacifica Radio
The official sites of WBAI 99.5 and Pacifica Radio, including program listings and Pacifica Radio’s history

Association of Public Television Stations
Official site of the organization of Public TV stations

Public Broadcasting Management Association
Site of Public Broadcasting Management Association

Integrated Media
Site covers latest developments in public television and radio

National Association of Educational Broadcasters

Preserving Digital Public Television
Site dedicated to a project to design an archive for long-term preservation of public television programs being produced in a “born-digital” environment.