For more than half a century, Kansas City PBS has served the community with informative, thought-provoking and entertaining programming. As our community has grown, Kansas City PBS has grown with it to better serve our valued listeners, readers and viewers. We have added services, integrating a non-profit radio station to support local music discovery and an independent journalism platform offering a space for important storytelling. We serve families, children and educators with resources, programs and workshops. And we bring global conversations to the local table, providing context and solutions. The Picture This campaign was designed to modernize our building and technology, and to grow our people and products, to better serve our valued listeners, readers and viewers.
As we break ground on the improvements to our physical space, we turn our attention to the engine that runs public media in Kansas City… The people. Our journalists, documentarians, producers, education specialists and support staff are the key to successfully modernizing our content production, our storytelling, our distribution and how we engage with the community.
BUILDING & TECHNOLOGY
In February of 2022, we broke ground on a renovation project that will usher our headquarters at the heart of the city into the modern age. The updated building and technology will provide a space that allows the creativity and expertise of Kansas City PBS’, 90.9 The Bridge’s and Flatland’s talented teams to shine. This re-envisioned space will also allow the station to invite the public in for panel discussions, concerts and screenings, offering a hub for the community to experience the valuable services that Kansas City PBS provides first hand.
“THIS CAMPAIGN HAS NEVER BEEN ABOUT A BUILDING – IT HAS ALWAYS BEEN ABOUT BUILDING OUR COMMUNITY.”
– Kliff Kuehl, President/CEO Kansas City PBS
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING KANSAS CITY PBS
This new chapter for Kansas City PBS is made possible by viewers like you. Your support of our services allows us to reach more people in the communities that make up Kansas City. Learn more about supporting this initiative by clicking the link below.
Nancy Steinacker, Director of Major Giving
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