About Vegas PBS Production
Vegas PBS History
When Vegas PBS began broadcasting in 1968, our studio was housed in a converted auto body shop and equipped with monochrome cameras. Editing was linear: Editors cut and spliced film together by hand. Despite our somewhat humble beginnings, Vegas PBS became an important hub in the Las Vegas community. In the 1970s and 1980s, Vegas PBS’ production studio hosted Las Vegas legends like Frank Sinatra, Sammy Davis, Jr. and Liberace. Over the years, Vegas PBS continued to host numerous high-profile clients, as well as leaders in the community, business, government and education. Vegas PBS worked to expand programming, embrace new technology and serve the community. Today, Vegas PBS is one of the most technologically advanced and highly regarded television stations in the United States.
Vegas PBS Production Department: Driven by Teamwork and Technology
Vegas PBS’ production department is comprised of experienced, creative and friendly professionals. We’re an award-winning team whose combined skills help to create the very best product for every Vegas PBS production client. Our team is comprised of producers, directors, writers, editors, sound and lighting technicians, graphic artists and transcriptionists. Over the years, the Vegas PBS production staff has received numerous recognitions and awards, including Emmys, Tellys, Electronic Media and Communicator Awards.
Featured Award Winning Programs
Vegas PBS American Graduate: Jessica Suarez PSA
21st Annual Communicator Award of Distinction | 2015 Telly Award –American Graduate Public