FROM THE PRESSROOM

PBS and American Experience Announce “The Great War” To Premiere April 2017

Six-Hour Documentary Explores How World War I Forever Changed America and the World

New one-hour Dinosaur Train Special Premieres February 20 on Arizona Public Media

“What’s at the Center of the Earth?” takes kids on a new science adventure

Letter From the General Manager

New Website, PBS Kids and Celebrating Black History Month
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Arizona Public Media® and AZPM® are registered trademarks of the Arizona Board of Regents, which, for the benefit of the University of Arizona (UA), holds the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) broadcast licenses for all AZPM radio and television stations. AZPM is an editorially independent, nonprofit service of the UA and is funded through the generous support of annual and sustaining members, the business community (through program underwriting), fee-for-service production activities, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and direct and in-kind support from the UA.

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Arizona Public Media informs, inspires and connects our community by bringing people and ideas together.

Vision

We connect you to the community and the world through the intellectual and creative resources of the University of Arizona. We are leaders within the community and industry, embracing new technologies, ideas, and partnerships. Our efforts in service to the community are sustained by the investment of individual supporters in partnership with the University of Arizona, the business community, and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.

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AZPM staff, volunteers, and students are committed to meeting the needs and exceeding the expectations of our audiences and colleagues with honesty and integrity. We are dedicated to uncompromising journalistic values, high-quality production, and the best use of technology.

Growth

We believe that meaningful long-term impact comes through innovation and through mutually beneficial relationships with production partners. We accept reasonable risk in our strategic investments and reward performance, in order to foster sustained growth.

Ideas

Through our work we promote an open exchange of knowledge, ideas, and experiences. We value individual contributions and respect the differences of our staff and partners. Diversity of opinion and constructive, open debate are encouraged and appreciated. As we are an operating unit of the University of Arizona, continual learning and education are at the core of our culture.

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We set challenging goals and achieve measurable results working together as members of a unified team striving daily to improve performance in service to our community. Our decisions will be guided by what best serves audiences. We are committed to using our combined financial, technical, and human capital, and our multiple stations, to create more value for audiences together as a system than as individual stations.

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