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PBS KIDS Announces DONKEY HODIE, New Preschool Series Inspired by Characters from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, Premiering Winter 2021

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PBS KIDS today announced DONKEY HODIE, a new social-emotional series for children ages 3-5 created by Fred Rogers Productions and Spiffy Pictures. DONKEY HODIE is slated to premiere nationwide on PBS stations, the PBS KIDS 24/7 channel and PBS KIDS digital platforms in winter 2021.

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PBS KIDS and Fred Rogers Productions to Debut New Season and First Podcast From Odd Squad

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PBS KIDS and Fred Rogers Productions today announced the premiere of a new season of family-favorite and multiple Emmy Award-winning series ODD SQUAD, premiering February 17, 2020.

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New Documentary Tackles Impact of Racism on Public Housing

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East Lake Meadows, the public housing project opened by the Atlanta Housing Authority in 1970 and demolished a generation later, is the subject of a new documentary by Sarah Burns and David McMahon that tackles the impact of racism on housing while also exploring the daily lives of those who called East Lake Meadows home.

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PBS Appoints Sylvia Bugg as Vice President, Programming

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PBS today named Sylvia Bugg as Vice President, Programming. She will report to Perry Simon, PBS Chief Programming Executive and General Manager for General Audience Programming.

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PBS Member Stations Now Live on YouTube TV

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PBS announced that more than 100 of its member stations are now streaming live on YouTube TV starting today.

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