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  1. Good Vibes Coming Out of the PBS Annual Meeting

    May 18, 2012

    This article was originally posted on Current.org.What a great week in Denver! There was a renewed sense of optimism and purpose among our public television colleagues. Many stations reported good revenue news and the programming looks very promising. I don't normally promote programming directly, but I have to say a standout moment for me was watching

  2. American Graduate: Let's Make It Happen Hits Denver for PBS Annual Meeting

    May 11, 2012

    On May 17, Hill Harper, Tony Plana, and Priscilla Diaz will join CPB President and CEO Patricia Harrison at the PBS Annual Meeting in Denver for a public discussion on the nation’s dropout crisis as part of the public media initiative, American Graduate: Let’s Make it Happen, made possible by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Priscilla Star Diaz

  3. Geena Davis Expects Women and Girls to Lead

    June 2, 2011

    Oscar-winning Actor Geena Davis helped launch ITVS' Women and Girls Lead campaign at the PBS Annual meeting in Orlando, FL. Here, Davis describes why she has so much faith in the power of public media and the power of women and girls. During the conference, Davis discussed her own work on gender discrimination in media, as well as ITVS' multi-year

  4. PBS Annual Meeting Features Breakfast Panel on Women and Girls Lead

    May 25, 2011

    Women and Girls Lead officially launched at last week's PBS Annual Meeting in Orlando, Florida.   Watch the below panel discussion on the multi-year public media campaign moderated by Patricia Harrison and featuring: Geena Davis, Paula Kerger, Sheryl WuDunn, and Abigail Disney. 

  5. Geena Davis Expects Public Media to Set the Bar High

    May 23, 2011

    Oscar-winning Actor Geena Davis helped launch ITVS' Women and Girls Lead campaign at last week's PBS Annual meeting in Orlando, FL. During the conference, Davis sat down with PBS NewsHour President Simon Marks to discuss her own work on gender discrimination in media, as well as ITVS' multi-year initiative, aimed at supporting women and girl's