Coronavirus reporting and resource collection

Coronavirus reporting and resource collection

In a few short months, the novel coronavirus has impacted every aspect of life. In these uncertain times, Arizona PBS is here to bring you insight and resources to put context around current events and offer resources for families, children and educators.


Top programming notes:

  • Missing live baseball? Ken Burns’ series “Baseball” is now available to stream on the PBS app and on
  • “Arizona Horizon” has been temporarily expanded to a full hour through March 25, airing weekdays at 5 p.m.
  • PBS NewsHour will shed light on what health precautions everyone should take, as well as the pandemic’s economic impact in a special report, “Confronting Coronavirus,” airing Thursday, March 25, at 7 p.m. The special will feature interviews with officials, dispatches on the crisis from around the world, plus a virtual town hall with curated questions from viewers like you across the United States.

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