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.
Fifty years ago, on Nov. 7, 1967, President Lyndon Johnson signed the Public Broadcasting Act. This act allowed public media organizations like PBS to offer award-winning content from trusted children’s programming to in-depth public affairs, science, history, performing arts, and culture. Fifty years of public broadcasting is something we can all take pride in, and none of it would be possible without the generous support of viewers like you. Thank you.
As we celebrate 50 years of faithful public service, public media still appreciates and needs your support. Make your voice heard.
We don’t toot our horn often but our programming not only informs and entertains, but often it inspires viewers to be more.
PBS helped Christian find his way despite family issues.
Jason found a safe retreat with PBS and was inspired to follow his dream.
As an immigrant Yuyi didn’t know how to fit into American life until she found PBS.
Despite poverty, PBS opened a new world to Denice.
While serving in the military David used PBS to stay in touch with home.
Milwaukee PBS would love to hear how PBS has made a difference in your life. Please contact Julie Hill Lehr at email@example.com or call 414-297-7518 with your stories.