On November 14, KTNW, the PBS station for the Tri-Cities and Walla Walla will switch to a new transmitter and antenna. Viewers who watch the station using cable or satellite will not see a change. However, KTNW will be broadcasting on a new frequency which will require people who watch free using an antenna to rescan their TV to be able to see the channel. Continue Reading NWPB TV Station, KTNW, Is Getting An Upgrade
1A host Joshua Johnson had big shoes to fill: his show was the replacement for the Diane Rehm Show, which built a very loyal following over its 37-year run.
But it didn’t take long for him to go from “Joshua who?” to a very recognizable and popular host, at turns enthusiastic, expressive, and self-deprecating – and a bastion of “relentless civility.” Continue Reading Joshua Johnson’s Welcome Space For Discourse
It’s almost graduation day, and students — an important part of NWPB — prepare to move on. Their time spent at NWPB is a resume builder and investment in their… Continue Reading Goodbye And Good Luck, Connor, Kevin, Preston and Afiq!
Gillian Coldsnow has been a leader at Northwest Public Broadcasting since joining the staff as a classical music host in 1993. Her leadership includes being a coach, mentor and supervisor… Continue Reading Gillian Coldsnow Noted as a “Woman of Distinction”
It is with much regret that we bid goodbye to Neal Conan’s weekly conversation that helped demystify the changing landscape of American politics. Production ended in March due to lack… Continue Reading Goodbye Truth, Politics and Power (We Hardly Knew Ye)
The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication welcomes Robert Siegel, recipient of The Edward R. Murrow Lifetime Achievement Award. Continue Reading Robert Siegel Will Visit Pullman In March (And You’re Invited, Too)
The Retro Cocktail Hour may be moving from Northwest Public Broadcasting’s NPR and Classical Music service, but it already has a well-established second home on the NWPB Jazz station, KJEM… Continue Reading The Underground Martini Bunker Has A New Pad
It’s a new year and we have a new look, with a slightly different name. But it’s still your local public television and radio – Northwest Public Broadcasting. Continue Reading Letter from the GM: Northwest Public Broadcasting