How a single operator controls the destiny of all who enjoy public broadcasting Kevin Maestas Stepping into Master Control (the heart of Broadcast Operations), it’s unlike any place I’ve worked before. Traditionally, workplace environments consist … Continue reading The Masters of Master Control
On Sunday April 14 New Mexico PBS partnered with Albuquerque City Councilor Pat Davis and Bernalillo County Commissioner Maggie Hart Stebbins on an Indie Lens PopUp screening event at the Hiland Theater on Route 66. … Continue reading Charm City Screening at the Hiland Theater
By Petyr Xyst My name is Petyr Xyst, and I’m currently an intern at NMPBS in the Marketing and Communications department. I’m a freshman attending UNM as a film major, coming from basically an entire … Continue reading Petyr Xyst, Marketing Confidential
Co-authored by Destiny Felix and Hollie Lovely, NMPBS Education Outreach Department What does a box, a vacuum, some duct tape, and several big garbage bags, all have in common? Well, when they are used together … Continue reading Engagement Day at Van Buren Middle School gets kids pumped up for engineering!
By Jesse Chavez Entering my third year as a student here at the University of New Mexico, my journey continues into the often intimidating, but optimistic, venture of my adulthood. After a couple of years … Continue reading A Student’s Perspective: Beginning a Communications Career at NMPBS
WASHINGTON, D.C. (February 26, 2019) — The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) will present U.S. Representative Ben Ray Luján of New Mexico with its distinguished “Strengthening Civil Society” Thought Leader Award at the America’s Public … Continue reading CPB to Present Thought Leader Award to Congressman Ben Ray Luján
NEW MEXICO PBS PRESENTS FREE INDIE LENS POP-UP SCREENINGS OF THE PROVIDERS Set against the backdrop of the physician shortage and opioid epidemic in rural America, The Providers follows three healthcare providers in northern New … Continue reading Free Indie Lens Pop-Up Screenings of The Providers
NEW MEXICO PBS Will Continue To Be Seen Digitally On Channel 5.1 Public Television Station KNME / New Mexico PBS New Digital Translator Signals Go Online Wednesday, Feb. 13 – In Aztec & surrounding areas … Continue reading New Digital Translator Signals Go Online in Farmington and Aztec