Leave a Legacy of Learning

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As an extension of the business and financial television programs you trust on Vegas PBS, the Vegas PBS Planned Giving Council provides frequent seminars on a variety of topics designed to strengthen financial literacy and encourage financial planning in Southern Nevada.

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From Sputnik to the Solar Eclipse

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Now in its 44th season, NOVA is the most-watched primetime science series on American television. This month, NOVA will capture the extraordinary total solar eclipse over North America.

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Stop Summer Learning Loss

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Teachers and national research report that the first six weeks of the school year are spent reviewing and re-learning skills and subjects children have forgotten over the summer.

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Summer of Adventure

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Television has three traditional programming seasons – Fall, Winter and Summer. Summers used to be mostly repeats from the other seasons – but not anymore! Thanks to member donations, Vegas PBS will present exciting new series through the summer that will take you to some of the world’s most amazing places and cultures.

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Federal Funding Investment

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As you may have read, there are some in Washington who support the elimination of federal funding for public service television stations like Vegas PBS.

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Public Media = Public Safety

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Every year, millions of visitors attend a convention in Las Vegas.Two of the city's largest conventions — the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) and the National Association of Broadcasters Show (NAB) — combined with the annual PBS Technology Conference, make Las Vegas a national hub for technology conventions.

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Membership Specials

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Four times a year Vegas PBS conducts on-air campaigns to encourage viewers who are not supporters to help fund the programs they enjoy. When we conduct surveys, many non-donors say they think we are funded by the federal government.

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African American History Month

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Documentaries are a powerful form of storytelling on television that illuminate our present and chronicle our past.

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New Year, New Service

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The beginning of a new year offers new opportunities to start afresh. One of our corporate resolutions is to strive to serve children better. In the last two decades, the status of children in our community has deteriorated. Approximately half are considered socioeconomically disadvantaged and qualify for free or reduced price meals at public schools.

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Celebration and Tradition

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The holiday season on Vegas PBS is filled with spectacular programs and specials that will delight the entire family, featuring inspirational music, savory cuisine and beloved characters.

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Honoring and Serving Our Veterans

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In 1954, President Eisenhower officially named November 11 as Veterans Day. Formerly known as Armistice Day to recognize the end of World War I, the renamed national holiday serves as a way to honor the commitment and recognize the sacrifices of military service members.

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October Treats

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As the nation prepares for the quadrennial Presidential election next month, Election 2016 programming continues all month through Election Day on November 8.

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Spotlight Education

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As another school year begins, Vegas PBS is helping kids, parents and teachers gear up for the fall. On Tuesday, September 6, the popular PBS KIDS series Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood kicks off a week of new episodes that focus specifically on school-readiness strategies and social skills needed for success in kindergarten and beyond.

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To Your Health

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Part of Vegas PBS’ vision as a public service media organization is to be a leading information resource, online education provider, and preferred community partner on a wide variety of issues facing Southern Nevada.

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Your Passport to Anytime Viewing

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Your member donations make them possible, whether you watch them when we schedule them on Vegas PBS, Create or other channels, or access them in other ways.

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