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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Public Broadcasting Service
The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is an American non-profit public broadcasting television service with 354 member TV stations in the United States which hold collective ownership. However, its operations are largely funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Its headquarters are in Arlington, Virginia. - Source: Wikipedia
To editors of The New York Times and producers at the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), David Brooks is the perfect conservative.
Public television is putting its resources into a week-long examination of the Connecticut school shooting.
Glenn Beck is teaming with Vince Vaughn for a reality TV show.
President Barack Obama deployed Big Bird in a new campaign ad Tuesday mocking Mitt Romney's vow to end federal funding for public broadcasting. Romney's campaign dismissed it as an example of Obama being small-minded while the foundation behind Big Bird's program, "Sesame Street," asked that the ad be taken down.
Big Bird has been living rent-free on Sesame Street for 43 years. The popular Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) character is on the dole because the left believes government should use taxpayer cash to support the arts. With the U.S. debt topping $16.2 trillion, it's time for the eight-foot-tall talking bird to start paying his own way.
PBS President Paula Kerger said Saturday she's disappointed public TV's federal funding again is under attack by lawmakers.
The National Endowment for the Arts has awarded significantly smaller grants to established PBS programs this year.
PBS is giving the genteel "Antiques Roadshow" a fierce partner with "Market Wars," an antiques-hunt reality competition show.
PBS says its website has been hacked for at least the second time in a month _ the latest in a string of intrusions into such sites as Sony, Lockheed Martin, Nintendo and others.
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.
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