Charter Communications subscribers now have Arizona PBS on demand

PBS has recently completed an agreement with Charter Communications for the distribution of PBS free video on demand programming to current Charter subscribers. The programs included in this agreement will be largely the same as what is available online (outside of Passport), i.e., episodes of current season General Audience programming as well as current PBS KIDS content and a selection of older content.

Current Charter customers will be able to access Arizona PBS programs on demand via their set top boxes. Select content will also be available to Charter customers via Charter’s TV Everywhere app.

In Arizona, Charter Communications primarily operates in and around Yuma. For assistance, please contact Charter customer support.

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