Public television makes you look good while doing good. Your sponsorship of a TPT National Productions project is shared with audiences across the country on PBS, shining a spotlight on your organization and offering numerous benefits.
Over the course of a year, 83% of all U.S. television households – over 215 million people – watch PBS via traditional television. PBS reaches 89% of non-internet homes, 82% of lower-income homes, and 78% of rural homes.
Each month, over 109 million people watch their local PBS stations, more than 28 million viewers watch video on PBS’s site and apps, and over 19 million fans enjoy PBS Digital Studios content on YouTube.
PBS Passport is a member benefit, available through local stations, that provides extended on-demand access to current and past programs. As of July 2020, there have been 2.7 million Passport activations.
PBS and its member stations are America’s undisputed home for documentary storytelling. During the 2018-19 season, PBS offered 232 hours of new documentary content, seen by over 90 million people.
Targeted at a national audience of aging adults interested in navigating the next stages of life, Next Avenue is a digital content hub that reaches 1.5 million people per month on NextAvenue.org and a social-media fanbase of almost 140,000.
Aimed at young adults who want to grow, thrive and build a better world, Rewire is a new national digital content hub that reaches 15,000 people per month on Rewire.org and a social-media fanbase of 7,000 and growing.
HERO ELEMENTARY is off to a strong start, fitting in well with the PBS KIDS lineup on-air and generating the most streams for a PBS KIDS program premiere since 2015. In its first month, HERO ELEMENTARY reached nearly 7 million viewers on-air, and it was streamed nearly 40 million times.