WASHINGTON (AP) — Judy Woodruff says she'll be stepping down as anchor of PBS' nightly “NewsHour” program at the end of the year.
Woodruff, 75, said she will report longer pieces for “NewsHour” and do other projects and specials for public television, at least through the 2024 presidential election.
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Noting the rapid changes taking place in how people consume news and entertainment, New Zealand's government on Thursday said it would merge its public television and radio broadcasters into a single new organization it hopes will be better placed to reach younger audiences.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — An art exhibit of portraits of Black soldiers who served in the Civil War is coming to West Virginia's capital.
Artist and medical illustrator Shayne Davidson has been touring the country with the exhibit titled "Seventeen Men," named for the 17 soldiers portrayed in the exhibit, since 2012, West Virginia Public Broadcasting reports.
ROME (AP) — The Vatican and an Italian Catholic bishop on Wednesday protested a performance at Italy’s Sanremo music festival that featured a “profane” faux baptism on stage, lamenting in particular that it was broadcast on public television.
MADRID (AP) — Spain’s state television on Friday condemned a racist comment made by a guest sports commentator during the presentation of Real Madrid player Eduardo Camavinga.
During Wednesday’s presentation of Camavinga, analyst Lorena González was heard off camera saying “this guy is blacker than his suit.”
TOKYO (AP) — Tokyo's governor will take time off to recover from severe fatigue, the metropolitan government said Wednesday, one month before the Olympics begin.
MADRID (AP) — Spain’s public television channel is investigating derogatory comments made during a women’s soccer match last weekend.
The comments were made during the broadcast of a game between Real Madrid and Eibar on Sunday, when an open microphone caught an unidentified man saying “these feminazis who want equality” shouldn’t be playing.
TOKYO (AP) — Renowned Japanese scriptwriter Sugako Hashida, best known for the internationally popular TV drama series “Oshin," has died of lymphoma...
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Public Television has chosen not to air an episode of the PBS children's show "Arthur" because it included a same-sex wedding...
Pianist, singer and composer Ethan Bortnick won’t be the only teen performing on stage Friday night.
More than 150 singers from Austin Public Schools and Pacelli Schools will join the 17-year-old for several songs during his “Generations of Music” concert at Austin High School.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — With Fred Rogers' legacy back in the spotlight, PBS wants viewers to remember that public television was the longtime home of "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
PBS stations will air the acclaimed documentary "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" as part of the "Independent Lens" showcase.
FORDLAND, Mo. (AP) — Officials say a maintenance worker died when a Missouri television station tower collapsed and he became trapped under a tangle of metal and wires...
You may know Samantha Brown from the many shows she's hosted on the Travel Channel. Now she has a new series launching Jan...