Why Save PBS?

Why Save PBS?

May 7, 2013

PBS – the Public Broadcasting Service – is important to keep on the air for many reasons. It offers local and educational programing for people all over the United States and it would be very sad if it no longer had the funding to go on. This infographic gives more reasons why the public should […]

The Not So Golden Years: Are you Better Off than other Americans?

The Not So Golden Years: Are you Better Off than other Americans?

March 19, 2013

This infographic explores and compares the financial status of Americans. It provides an analysis for the American wealth gap. Source

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Ten Facts About PBS KIDS

February 14, 2013

This infographic provides ten facts and statistics about PBS Kids. It provides information such as number of viewers, types of programs, and number of awards the station has been nominated for. Source

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Why Save PBS?

January 6, 2013

Congress continues to consider eliminating funding for public broadcasting. This infographic highlights the reasons for saving PBS- America’s largest classroom, the nations largest stage for the arts and a trusted window to the world. Source

The Evolution of Food on TV

The Evolution of Food on TV

October 10, 2012

Before Food Network, there was PBS. And before Gordon Ramsay, there was the guy who allegedly inspired The Swedish Chef. One thing’s for sure: when TV, food and chefs collide, magic happens. Food on TV has created a slew of celeb chefs, and spanned (and spawned) multiple subgenres of television entertainment, from fast food to […]