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Georgia Public Broadcasting

The mission of Georgia Public Broadcasting is to create, produce and distribute high quality programs and services that educate, inform and entertain audiences and enrich the quality of their lives.

Georgia Public Broadcasting's nine public television stations deliver quality PBS and locally produced programming to every county in Georgia, and to significant portions of surrounding states.  GPB is also a listener-supported public radio network serving Georgia with NPR news and information along with a variety of music.

FAQs: 
What news coverage does GPB offer on state government?

During legislative sessions, GPB hosts Prime Time Lawmakers, a forum for in-depth discussion with state representatives and senators about new legislation, and throughout the year, GPB News covers daily reports from state agencies and local governments around the state.

What resources does GPB Education offer?

GPB Education is Georgia’s digital media content provider for the classroom and offers locally produced, Georgia-specific content and digital streaming services across all subject areas to teachers and students. 77,000 Georgia educators have downloaded content more than four million times. All GPB Education content is correlated to Georgia Performance Standards and aligned with Common Core Standards as adopted and implemented. GPB Education also provides training for Georgia's educators and educational institutions.

How do I request a program?

Contact Member & Audience Services at 800-222-4788 or ask@gpb.org.

How do I support GPB?

You can donate online, or contact Member & Audience Services at 800-222-4788.

How do I get a job or intern at GPB?

To apply for jobs or internships, visit the site's jobs section.

Are there volunteer opportunities at GPB?

Throughout the year, GPB seeks volunteers to help with office support, membership campaigns and special events. Learn more about these volunteer positions, and fill out a volunteer application.