Arizona PBS building

Welcome to the new

We’re very excited to show you our new online home.

Our goal with this redesign is to make it easy for you to find fresh, relevant content related to the Arizona PBS programs you love.

At the very top of the page you’ll find a link to our TV schedule, showing what’s on air right now, and in the coming hours. Click the white arrows on either side of the timeline to scroll forward or back. You also can use the dropdown menu to skip ahead to a future day or time. Below the main schedule, you’ll also find information about how to tune in and printable guides to help you explore our programs.

Next to TV Schedule, you’ll find the About Us section, where you’ll find important contact information as well as station history and annual reports.

At top right, you can click on Support to explore different ways of supporting Arizona PBS, from philanthropy and planned giving, to vehicle donation, volunteering and our thank-you gifts for supporters. We wouldn’t be here without the generous support from our friends throughout Arizona.

The TV drop-down menu gives you a quick path to any of our current local programs and the ways you can watch our shows. Find our channels on air, online or see how to sign up for Passport.

Explore Arizona PBS programs and other original content in our topic-based menu. Interested in the arts? Browse recent posts in the Arts and Entertainment section. Want to know more about recent events? You’ll find the latest from “Arizona Horizon,” “Horizonte” and “Cronkite News” in the News section.

Questions? Talk to us. Let us know how we can make the new site the best it can be.

Illustration of columns of a capitol building with text reading: Arizona PBS AZ Votes 2024
aired April 18

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Graphic for the AZPBS kids LEARN! Writing Contest with a child sitting in a chair writing on a table and text reading: The Ultimate Field Trip
May 12

Submit your entry for the 2024 Writing Contest

The Capital building with text reading: Circle on Circle: Robert Lowell's D.C.
May 2

An evening with ‘Poetry in America’

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