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The Arizona PBS Help Center provides a comprehensive list of frequently asked questions that come from community members. To receive in-person assistance, please contact 602-496-8888.

Find the most up-to-date information on the TV schedules page of this website. (accessible on the navigation above) The page includes program listings for current analog and digital channels as well as printable guides. You can view the schedule by day or by the week.

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While our technical staff likely is already working to solve your problem, it can be very helpful to have specific information about an outage or other reception issue. We appreciate your assistance in submitting details in our Reception Problem Information Form.

Most British drama series are produced as short-run series, with only a few episodes produced each season. In some cases, we are able to get the first few seasons all at once but then have to wait months or even years for new episodes to be produced and made available in the U.S.

Each program we air comes with a set of broadcast rights that define how long the program can be aired. We generally cannot go back and repeat earlier seasons of a program because the broadcast rights have expired. Often the program is no longer being offered by the distributor, or if it is offered, the rights must be repurchased. We have limited funds for purchasing programs and spending those funds on repeats isn’t always possible.

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For additional information, contact the Viewer Services department at 602-496-8888.

Of all contributed Arizona tax dollars (state and federal), less than $1.25 per household goes to support Arizona PBS. Like other PBS stations, Arizona PBS must turn to our viewers to help fill the gap between what is allocated and the actual cost of producing and broadcasting the high quality programming you expect — nearly $10 million each year. The membership drives continue to be our most effective and efficient means of fund raising. More than 60 percent of our operating revenue comes from viewers.
If you have a great story idea or program proposal that you want to share, you may contact our program development department via email or at 602-496-8888. Please do not send unsolicited proposals or DVDs.
If you have a completed television program or series that you would like Arizona PBS to consider airing, please refer to this page for guidance.

Sebastian Robins and Mona Haydar
airs July 5

The Great Muslim American Road Trip

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airs July 5

America Outdoors with Baratunde Thurston

Security forces block the entrance after the U.S. President Donald Trump's supporters breached the US Capitol security in Washington D.C., United States on January 06, 2021. Pro-Trump rioters stormed the US Capitol as lawmakers were set to sign off Wednesday on President-elect Joe Biden's electoral victory in what was supposed to be a routine process headed to Inauguration Day. Photo by Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
aired June 28

WATCH LIVE: Arizona PBS coverage of Jan. 6 Capitol riot hearings

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The Hunter

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