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Topic - Paula Kerger
Despite some fans eager to see it earlier, "Downton Abbey" will continue to begin its new seasons on PBS in January, the system's chief executive said Monday.
Big Bird has never been so hot.
PBS President Paula Kerger said Saturday the decision to remove Fred Willard as narrator of the new public TV series "Market Warriors" had to be made quickly.
PBS President Paula Kerger said Saturday she's disappointed public TV's federal funding again is under attack by lawmakers.
There's good news for fans of Sherlock Holmes and "Downton Abbey": They're both coming back to PBS next year.
The Public Broadcasting Service plans to run arts programming on Friday nights for nine straight weeks starting in October to highlight a subject where it can offer something different, network executives said Monday.
PBS plans to run arts programming on Friday nights for nine straight weeks starting in October to highlight a subject where it can offer something different, network executives said Monday.
Despite efforts to strip government funding for public broadcasting, PBS chief Paula Kerger said the federal budget deal retains most of the money that President Barack Obama had set aside for public television and radio stations.
PBS chief Paula Kerger says she doesn't regret airing a documentary series last month on former Secretary of State George Shultz that some critics argued was tainted by its funding.
The drama had more than 10 million viewers for its fourth-season debut, and the episode was streamed online 1 million times during the following week, she said.
Although time-shifting and the availability of episodes online has made television viewing a vastly different experience, Kerger said a lot of people look forward to watching episodes when they first appear on TV as a communal event, getting together with friends and commenting about the show on social media.