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Not to be confused with PBS Kids Go!.

PBS Kids
OwnerPBS
CountryUnited States
IntroducedOctober 11, 1993; 26 years ago (October 11, 1993) (before PTV)
July 11, 1994Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for ; 25 years ago (July 11, 1994) (official)
Websitepbskids.orgpbskids.org

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for PBS Kids is the brand for most of the children''s programs are not produced by PBS member stations or transmitted by PBS which is produced by independent public television distributors such as American Public Television are not labeled as "" programming, and it is mainly a programming block branding.

PBS Kids is also the name of a separate network which has had two iterations in the age of digital television; one which existed between 1999 and 2005, and the current version which was launched in January 2017.

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PTV block

The framework for PBS Kids was established as part of PBS''s educational programming as a new block called "".[2][3] In addition to scheduled educational programming, PTV also incorporated interstitial content such as "", which featured animated characters shaped like PBS logos delivering educational content from their fictional world, "". These interstitial shorts were aimed at younger children.[2] Older children were targeted with live action and music video interstitials.[2]

Several of the interstitial shorts, along with some of the station identification sequences that were shown during the block, continued to be used by some PBS member stations after PTV aired for the last time on September 5, 1999.

PBS Kids

On September 6, 1999, PBS launched the PBS Kids brand in several areas including its daytime Ready to Learn Service, PBS Online web pages for kids, and a home video label. Children'' Saturday morning block.[6] PBS Kids Go!, a programming block targeting older children, was launched in October 2004.[7]

The network was shut down on September 26, 2005, in favor of a new commercial cable and satellite joint venture channel, PBS Kids Sprout, which was developed in partnership with Sesame Workshop, HIT Entertainment and Comcast[8] (who later bought full control the 1 last update 2020/06/04 of the network via NBCUniversal).[9] The network was shut down on September 26, 2005, in favor of a new commercial cable and satellite joint venture channel, PBS Kids Sprout, which was developed in partnership with Sesame Workshop, HIT Entertainment and Comcast[8] (who later bought full control of the network via NBCUniversal).[9]

Block and local channels

PBS gave licensees an option to sign on Sprout promoters while indicating that they should retain PBS Kids programming block during the day time. Half of stations programmed their own children''s programming)Country

United States
AvailabilityNational (via OTA digital television)FoundedFebruary 23, 2016 (2016-02-23) (2016-02-23)HeadquartersArlington County, Virginia
Broadcast area
United StatesOwnerPublic Broadcasting Service
Launch date
January 16, 2017Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for ; 3 years ago (2017-01-16)
Picture format
480i (SDTV)
(some affiliates transmit PBS Kids programming in 1080i 16:9 and 720p 16:9)
AffiliatesList of affiliatesWebcastAmazon Video
(subscription required)
Official website
pbskids.org

PBS Kids is an American digital broadcast and online television network operated by the Public Broadcasting Service. The network features a broad mix of live action and animated children''s children''s decision not to renew its funding agreement with the channel, which ended in the third quarter of 2005,[5] PBS decided to shut down the network on September 26 of that year.[failed verification] PBS Kids Channel was effectively supplanted on that date by PBS Kids Sprout, an advertiser-supported cable and satellite channel that PBS developed in a joint venture with HIT Entertainment, Sesame Workshop, and Comcast. PBS gave licensees an option to sign on Sprout promoters, giving them cross-promotional and monetary benefits in exchange for giving up the ability to carry a competing preschool-targeted channel. 80 stations, making up about half of the member stations participants, signed up to be promoters; most of the remaining stations opted to develop independent children''s-focused subchannel or cable-only services reduced the amount of sourced programming from PBS Kids carried on their primary channel to a few hours of their weekday daytime schedules, in order to program more adult-targeted fare during the afternoon.[8]

PBS relaunched the PBS Kids network on January 16, 2017.[15] Structured as a multi-platform service, it was made available for distribution to digital subchannels of participating PBS member stations, initially launching on 73 member stations (counting those operated as subregional PBS member networks), with an additional 34 agreeing to begin carrying the network at a later date.[failed verification] A live stream of the channel was also added to the PBS Kids website and video app upon the channel'' schedule (including some not carried on the primary channels of certain member stations); as such, no additional programs had to be acquired to help fill the channel''s programs.[19][15][13][21]

for 1 last update 2020/06/04 AffiliatesAffiliates

City of license/
market
Station Channel Operator Affiliation tenure
(original network)
Local channel[22] Affiliation date
(revived network)[23]

Alabama

Birmingham WBIQ 10.2 Alabama Public Television January 16, 2017
Demopolis WIIQ 41.2
Dozier WDIQ 2.2
Florence WFIQ 36.2
Huntsville WHIQ 25.2
Louisville WGIQ 43.2
Mobile WEIQ 42.2
Montgomery WAIQ 26.2
Mount Cheaha WCIQ 7.2

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Alaska

Anchorage KAKM 7.4 Alaska Public Telecommunications TBD
Fairbanks KUAC-TV 9.8 University of Alaska Fairbanks

Arkansas

Arkadelphia KETG 9.3 Arkansas Educational Television Network January 16, 2017
El Dorado KETZ 12.3
Fayetteville KAFT 13.3
Jonesboro KTEJ 19.3
Little Rock KETS 2.3
Mountain View KEMV 6.3

Arizona

Phoenix KAET 8.4 Arizona State University January 16, 2017
Tucson KUAT-TV 6.2 Arizona Public Media 2003–2005 2005–2017

California

Eureka KEET 13.5 Redwood Empire Public Television, Inc. January 16, 2017
Fresno KVPT 18.2 Valley Public Television, Inc.
Huntington Beach
(serves Los for 1 last update 2020/06/04 Angeles)(serves Los Angeles)
KOCE-TV[24] 50.5 KOCE Foundation
Los Angeles KLCS 58.2 Los Angeles Unified School District 2004–present
Sacramento KVIE 6.4 KVIE, Inc. January 16, 2017
San Diego KPBS 15.4 San Diego State University
San Jose
(San Francisco)
KQEH and KQED 54.4 and 9.4 Northern California Public Broadcasting[8][25] August 1, 2003 – January 15, 2017
Watsonville
(serves the Monterey Bay area)
KQET 25.4

Colorado

Denver KRMA-TV 6.2 Rocky Mountain PBS TBD
Durango KRMU 20.2
Grand Junction KRMJ 18.2
Pueblo KTSC 8.2
Steamboat Springs KRMZ 24.2

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Connecticut

Bridgeport WEDW 49.4 LocusPoint Networks TBD
New Haven WEDY 65.4
Hartford WEDH 24.4 Connecticut Public Television
Norwich
(serves eastern Connecticut, including New London)
WEDN 53.4

District of Columbia

Washington WETA-TV 26.3 Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association 2007–[8]2019 2019
WHUT-TV 32.2 Howard University January 16, 2017

Florida

Fort Myers WGCU 30.5 Florida Gulf Coast University January 16, 2017
Jacksonville WJCT 7.5 WJCT, Inc.
Miami WPBT 2.4 South Florida PBS
West Palm Beach WXEL-TV 42.3
Orlando WUCF-TV 24.3 University of Central Florida
Panama City WFSG 56.4 Florida State University
Tallahassee WFSU-TV 11.4
Pensacola WSRE 23.4 Pensacola Junior College TBD
Tampa-St. Petersburg WEDU 3.2 Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting, Inc. TBD
WEDQ 16.2 University of South Florida Currently

Georgia

Atlanta APS
(evenings)[26]
22
(cable-only)
Atlanta Public Schools September 6, 1999 – 2005
Athens
(Atlanta)
WGTV 8.4 Georgia Public Broadcasting January 16, 2017
Chatsworth WNGH-TV 18.4
Cochran WMUM-TV 29.4
Columbus WJSP-TV 28.4
Dawson WACS-TV 25.4
Pelham WABW-TV 14.4
Savannah WVAN-TV 9.4
Waycross
(serves Valdosta and Brunswick)
WXGA-TV 8.4
Wrens WCES-TV 20.4

Woodworking Planshow to Woodworking Plans for Hawaii

Honolulu KHET 11.2 Hawaii Public Television Current
Wailuku (serves Maui) KMEB 10.2

Idaho

Boise KAID 4.5 Idaho State Department of Education February 1, 2018
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