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By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS is pleased to announce it has received a $5,000 grant from the Libby Yungblut FOI Charitable Fund of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County.

By WEDU PBS
Prior to becoming the most recognizable face on earth, Muhammad Ali found himself in conflicts concerning civil rights, religion, and wartime dissent. WEDU PBS, in partnership with C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS, in partnership with Ruth Eckerd Hall, presents a candid, in-depth look at the remarkable real life stories of 46 teenagers in the Tampa Bay Area.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS will host a community screening event featuring the series Arab American Stories at the Mildred Sainer Pavilion on the New College campus in Sarasota, Monday, October 28 at 7:00 p.m.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU’s Community Cinema returns for a third season with a screening of The Graduates/Los Graduados.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS, West Central Florida’s primary PBS station, was honored Saturday, October 12 by The Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists during the 2013 Griot Drum Awards.

By WEDU PBS
For the 9th consecutive year, WEDU, West Central Florida’s primary PBS station, is accepting applications and nominations that highlight the best work from area 501(c)(3) organizations, which will be celebrated at the February 20, 2014 WEDU Be More...

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS Debuts Sarasota Filmmakers’ “The Silent Majority” During National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month

By WEDU PBS
Behind Tampa Bay’s world-famous beaches, tourist attractions and sunny suburbs lies an alarming secret: Tampa Bay is a hotbed for human trafficking.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS, West Central Florida’s primary public broadcasting station has launched new preview spot and poster campaign that calls out reality television.

By WEDU PBS
New PBS and PBS Kids Channels on Roku Offer Hundreds of Videos On-Demand, including NOVA, MASTERPIECE, FRONTLINE, SUPER WHY!, CURIOUS GEORGE and Local Favorites Such as Florida This Week and WEDU Arts Plus

By WEDU PBS
Community Cinema, a national documentary screening series presented locally by WEDU, West Coast Florida’s primary PBS station (www.wedu.org/cinema) and Independent Television Service (ITVS) presents a screening of The Revolutionary Optimists at The...

By WEDU
Community Cinema, a national documentary screening series sponsored locally by WEDU, West Coast Florida’s primary PBS station (www.wedu.org/cinema) and Independent Television Service (ITVS) presents a screening of The Island President at New College of...

By WEDU
WEDU and Hillsborough County Schools Partner to Develop Early Learning STEM Program

By WEDU Public Media
Acclaimed Director of Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes Explores the African American Community’s Relationship with Soul Food

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU announces preview screenings of the popular BBC drama “Downton Abbey” in Sarasota on Jan. 2nd, Tampa on Jan. 3rd, and Lakeland on Jan. 4th.

By WEDU Public Media
Free Screening of Documentary Follows a Woman’s Journey as She Overcome Struggles to Become a Solar Engineer In Order to Make Her Community Self-Reliant and Sustainable. Showing at USF's the Patel Center for Global Solutions.

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU, west central Florida’s primary PBS station, is accepting applications that highlight the best work from area 501(c)(3) organizations, which will be celebrated at the February 21, 2013 8th Annual WEDU Be More Awards™.

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By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS is pleased to announce it has received a $5,000 grant from the Libby Yungblut FOI Charitable Fund of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County.

By WEDU PBS
Songs from Martin’s “The Crow” and “Rare Bird Alert” as well as his Grammy-nominated collaboration with Edie Brickell “Love Has Come for You” filmed at the Historic Fox Theater in Riverside, CA

By WEDU PBS
Prior to becoming the most recognizable face on earth, Muhammad Ali found himself in conflicts concerning civil rights, religion, and wartime dissent. WEDU PBS, in partnership with C. Blythe Andrews, Jr.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS, in partnership with Ruth Eckerd Hall, presents a candid, in-depth look at the remarkable real life stories of 46 teenagers in the Tampa Bay Area.

By WEDU PBS
Sarasota is in for “a meal fit for the British aristocracy” of the 20’s era, when the Café L’Europe hosts a period-themed meal inspired by Downton Abbey on Masterpiece seen on WEDU PBS, West Central Florida’s primary PBS station.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS will host a community screening event featuring the series Arab American Stories at the Mildred Sainer Pavilion on the New College campus in Sarasota, Monday, October 28 at 7:00 p.m.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU’s Community Cinema returns for a third season with a screening of The Graduates/Los Graduados.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS, West Central Florida’s primary PBS station, was honored Saturday, October 12 by The Tampa Bay Association of Black Journalists during the 2013 Griot Drum Awards.

By WEDU PBS
For the 9th consecutive year, WEDU, West Central Florida’s primary PBS station, is accepting applications and nominations that highlight the best work from area 501(c)(3) organizations, which will be celebrated at the February 20, 2014 WEDU Be More...

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS Debuts Sarasota Filmmakers’ “The Silent Majority” During National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Recovery Month

By WEDU PBS
Behind Tampa Bay’s world-famous beaches, tourist attractions and sunny suburbs lies an alarming secret: Tampa Bay is a hotbed for human trafficking.

By WEDU PBS
The 1963 March on Washington was a pivotal moment in the Civil Rights Movement. More than 250,000 people joined in peaceful demonstration for racial and economic equality.

By WEDU PBS
WEDU PBS, West Central Florida’s primary public broadcasting station has launched new preview spot and poster campaign that calls out reality television.

By WEDU PBS
The demands of running a successful financial services practice have never been greater. Investment vehicles such as IRAs and mutual funds have tax and estate planning implications unheard of a generation ago.

By WEDU PBS
Featuring a Special Performance of the National Anthem by Candice Glover the Season 12 Winner of American Idol

By WEDU PBS
Sarasota Resident, Jerry Bilik joins WEDU's Board of Directors

By WEDU PBS
New PBS and PBS Kids Channels on Roku Offer Hundreds of Videos On-Demand, including NOVA, MASTERPIECE, FRONTLINE, SUPER WHY!, CURIOUS GEORGE and Local Favorites Such as Florida This Week and WEDU Arts Plus

By WEDU PBS
Community Cinema, a national documentary screening series presented locally by WEDU, West Coast Florida’s primary PBS station (www.wedu.org/cinema) and Independent Television Service (ITVS) presents a screening of The Revolutionary Optimists at The...

By WEDU
Community Cinema, a national documentary screening series sponsored locally by WEDU, West Coast Florida’s primary PBS station (www.wedu.org/cinema) and Independent Television Service (ITVS) presents a screening of The Island President at New College of...

By WEDU
WEDU and Hillsborough County Schools Partner to Develop Early Learning STEM Program

By WEDU
WEDU, West Central Florida’s primary PBS station, continues its Community Cinema season this month with a free preview screening of Wonder Women! The Untold Story of American Superheroines.

By WEDU
Susan Howarth, WEDU President and Chief Executive Officer announced the election of the new Board of Directors of WEDU, West Central Florida’s leading PBS station.

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU's new weekly arts and culture series, WEDU Arts Plus, will premiere Thursday, February 28th at 8pm on WEDU.

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU, west central Florida’s leading PBS television station, recognized more than 100 nonprofit organizations and individuals in the area who applied for honors and recognition in the eighth annual WEDU Be More Awards, on Feb. 21, 2013 in Tampa.

By WEDU Public Media
New documentary, Makers: Women Who Make America, comes to WEDU on February 26, 2013

By WEDU Public Media
Community Cinema, presented locally by WEDU presents a screening of The Powerbroker: Whitney Young’s Fight for Civil Rights at Pasco Hernando Community College Brooksville Campus on Thursday, February 7th at 6:00pm.

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU will honor the memory of Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Eugene C. Patterson by re-broadcasting his March '09 profile on WEDU’s “Suncoast Business Forum” on Thursday, January 31st at 8:30 pm, and Sunday, February 3rd at 2:30 pm.

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU will honor the memory of legendary Tampa Bay attorney William Reece Smith, Jr. by re-broadcasting his July 2010 profile on “Suncoast Business Forum” on Thursday, January 31st at 8:00 pm, and Sunday, February 3rd at 2:00 pm.

By WEDU Public Media
Acclaimed Director of Hip-Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes Explores the African American Community’s Relationship with Soul Food

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU announces preview screenings of the popular BBC drama “Downton Abbey” in Sarasota on Jan. 2nd, Tampa on Jan. 3rd, and Lakeland on Jan. 4th.

By WEDU Public Media
Free Screening of Documentary Follows a Woman’s Journey as She Overcome Struggles to Become a Solar Engineer In Order to Make Her Community Self-Reliant and Sustainable. Showing at USF's the Patel Center for Global Solutions.

By WEDU Public Media
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences has honored WEDU with sixteen Suncoast Regional Emmy® Award nominations.

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU to host a screening of Half the Sky - Thursday, September 20th in the Mildred Sainer Pavilion on the New College Campus in Sarasota. Doors will open at 5:30pm, film starts at 6:00pm. A town hall discussion will follow the film. RSVP requested.

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU, west central Florida’s primary PBS station, is accepting applications that highlight the best work from area 501(c)(3) organizations, which will be celebrated at the February 21, 2013 8th Annual WEDU Be More Awards™.

By WEDU Public Media
Jim Davis to Speak on “Process, Politics & Policy in Congress” During WEDU’s 7th Annual Tax, Estate and Financial Planning Seminar

By WEDU Public Media
Florida's Kids & Alcohol: Synthetics, Prescriptions and Peer Pressure, will air on WEDU Thursday, April 19 at 9 pm.

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU will host special guests Sgt. Nathan Harris, and Wife Ashley, during a free Community Cinema preview film screening of "Hell and Back Again" followed by Q&A with audience on Tuesday, April 10 in Spring Hill, FL.

By WEDU Public Medi
Winners Announced for the “Academy Awards for Nonprofits”

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU provides Sid the Scientist Kid® books to kids During “Little Scientist Day” with hands-on science stations, Sid the Science Kid appearances and more.

By WEDU Public Media
The seventh annual WEDU Be More Awards™ will take place on Thursday, February 9, 2012 at the A La Carte Event Pavilion in Tampa. The annual event, recognized as the “Academy® Awards for Nonprofits,” begins at 11:00am.

By WEDU Public Media
WEDU Public Media will host an Early Childhood Educator Workshop featuring PBS series “Sid the Science Kid” on January 19th, 2012. The workshop will incorporate a PBS educational resources focusing on a early childhood STEM learning environment.

By WEDU Public Media
Multiple Emmy® winner (including Best Miniseries!), Downton Abbey, premieres the long awaited second season on Sunday, January 8, 2012 at 9pm on WEDU.

By WEDU Public Media
West Central Florida’s leading PBS station, WEDU, was recently honored by The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences with 7 Emmys® – more than any other public or commercial television station in the region and the most ever for WEDU.



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