Sponsorships at Arizona PBS

Arizona PBS is an essential partner in helping grow your business. Our station expands your reach to new customers by providing customizable advertising designed to meet your business goals.

 

Why Arizona PBS

 

Talk to More Potential Customers
Whether you’re looking to drive more foot traffic, get the phones ringing or boost visitors to your website, Arizona PBS has the resources to help you.

Expand Your Reach
Tap into Arizona PBS’ diverse audience base, which includes young families, active community members, business leaders and decision makers.

Advertise Across Platforms
Choose from 15-, 30- and 60-second spots on Arizona PBS as well as advertise on azpbs.org, the quarterly magazine or the weekly Insider email.

Arizona PBS is Special
With Arizona PBS, our programs air without commercial interruption, with only two minutes of commercials every hour. Your message will have a 70 percent recall rate due to less commercial clutter.

We’re Here for You
Our dedicated team will work with you to design a campaign that meets your business goals.

Call us today at 602-496-8888.

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American Masters highlights the photogenic storytelling of Garry Winogrand

Discover the life and work of Garry Winogrand, the epic storyteller in pictures who harnessed the serendipity of the streets to capture America during meteoric, oft-turbulent change in a new American Masters biography Sunday, April 21, at 2 p.m. on Arizona PBS.

Explore the complicated history of African-American entrepreneurship in America

The history of business and entrepreneurship lies at the heart of the American story, but often absent from that narrative are the experiences of African Americans. "Boss: The Black Experience in Business" tells some of those forgotten stories and trends Tuesday, April 23, at 7 p.m. on Arizona PBS.

See the challenges, struggles and triumphs for African Americans in 'Reconstruction: America After the Civil War'

Host and producer Henry Louis Gates, Jr. takes you on a two-part, four-hour journey through one of America's most controversial-yet-least-understood historical periods.