JOHNSTON, IOWA (June 26, 2020) — While there won't be corndogs, queen contestants, or a sale of champions this year, Iowans may still look forward to five nights of Iowa State Fair highlights from the past five decades on Iowa PBS.
JOHNSTON, IOWA (June 26, 2020) — Iowa PBS Foundation President Susan Moritz Scharnberg has announced plans for her retirement, slated for mid-October 2020. After nearly 40 successful years in the non-profit fundraising sector, nineteen devoted to leading the Iowa PBS Foundation, Scharnberg plans to spend more time with family, traveling, volunteering, and enjoying her many hobbies.
JOHNSTON, IOWA (June 24, 2020) — July marks the 30th anniversary of The Americans with Disabilities Act, the civil-rights law that prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life.
JOHNSTON, IOWA (May 29, 2020) — Join Iowa PBS and the Iowa Girls High School Athletic Union (IGHSAU) in reliving the incredible action of past soccer seasons and honoring graduating senior team members. "Iowa PBS Sports Soccer Highlights Special," featuring some of the most memorable moments from the girls state soccer championships and more, will premiere live on Facebook and YouTube Saturday, June 13, at 6PM.
JOHNSTON, IOWA (May 29, 220) — Iowa PBS will bring science into viewers' living rooms through demonstrations at the Science Center of Iowa with a new, education-based series, "Go Beyond." Airing on Iowa PBS .1 Fridays, June 12, 19, and 26 at 11:30AM and 4:30PM, the series will feature fun explorations and experiments, and encourage children to examine the world within their own reach.
IOWA FALLS, IOWA (May 7, 2020) — Iowa PBS's weekly, nationally-syndicated agribusiness program Market to Market will bring together a panel of experts to address mental health in agriculture and answer viewer questions submitted via email and social media.
JOHNSTON, IOWA (April 24, 2020) — Iowa PBS announced that Producer Director Paul Yeager is the new host of Market to Market, Iowa PBS's weekly, nationally-syndicated agribusiness program. Market to Market's news and in-depth analysis on the $1 trillion business of agriculture is seen by viewers across Iowa and 20 other states.
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