Public Media Transforming Lives

Milwaukee PBS is proud to be a public servant to Milwaukee and the surrounding area. We strive to tell your stories, to bring light to important issues and to make a real difference in our communities.

On Feb. 12, the president outlined budget priorities that include eliminating all funding for the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB).

Milwaukee PBS – and other public media outlets – rely in part on CPB support.

Losing this critical funding would create an uncertain future for the services we provide to our community, including early childhood outreach, life-saving emergency alerts, national programs, unbiased news from outlets such as PBS NewsHour and 10thirtysix, and the ability to tell important local stories through programs such as Around the Corner with John McGivern.

We ask that you consider writing a letter to your U.S. senators and representatives. Let them know about the important role public media plays in our community.

You can also make your voice heard by signing a petition to support the future of public television and public radio. The petition will be shared with the administration.

Thank you in advance for taking the time to continue your support for Milwaukee PBS.


Learn more about what PBS brings to communities.

 

Inspired Viewers

We don’t toot our horn often but our programming not only informs and entertains, but often it inspires viewers to be more.


Christian's Story
PBS helped Christian find his way despite family issues.

Jason's Story
Jason found a safe retreat with PBS and was inspired to follow his dream.

Yuyi’s Story
As an immigrant Yuyi didn’t know how to fit into American life until she found PBS.

Denice's Story
Despite poverty, PBS opened a new world to Denice.

David's Story
While serving in the military David used PBS to stay in touch with home.