Learning to Appreciate the Arts of Public Television
Few people recognize the true value that public television brings to the community. Among national organizations, PBS has been shown as the most trusted institution among Americans. This speaks volumes about the importance of learning to appreciate the arts of public television and the value it provides to the community.
It’s considered a fact that our character and belief systems are influenced by what we allow to enter into our minds. Statistics show that children will witness more than 12,000 deaths by the time they are 13. Public television has committed itself to providing the highest quality, most educational, kid and family friendly, and of course free programing possible.
Imagine how significant of an impact that has on a child’s psyche. Public television can help education every age while at the same time removing children, and adults, from the violence and gore that has become so popular on television today.
On average, 46 million households each and every week will watch public television. Each station is non-profit with more than 350 stations within the U.S. alone. People who view and listen to public broadcasting state that they find value from the educational programming as well as the ‘unbiased’ and ‘unfiltered’ as well as deeper perspective and report of important issues.