Sponsorships at Arizona PBS



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Arizona PBS is the top rated public media television station in our region, serving 1.9 million people each week with distinctive PBS programs and local productions that invigorate the Southwest. We connect our audiences to each other, their communities and the world.

High Quality Content that Educates, Inspires and Connects

Arizona PBS provides a trusted window to the world. We are Arizona’s largest classroom and Arizona’s largest stage, creating a strong, meaningful connection for businesses and non-profit organizations with our viewers.

Viewers hold sponsors in high regard for their support of a noble cause.

With an Arizona PBS corporate sponsorship, you can share your brand’s story with engaged audiences across television, digital, print and social platforms.

Millions of people turn to Arizona PBS to hear untold stories, experience fresh perspectives and feed their curiosity.

By virtue of supporting Arizona PBS, the connection you build with viewers instills a halo effect that ignites their desire to do business with you.

How Sponsorship Works

Your Arizona PBS representative will work with you to create a multi-platform campaign to engage your target audience.

  1. We create unique messaging based on your needs.
  2. Our highly-engaged audience receives your message in a clutter-free environment.
  3. Our audience takes action to support your brand.

Become a Sponsor

Tell us about your organization and marketing goals.  Contact us today:

Heather Kivatinos
Director of Sales and Media Operations
[email protected]


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