Western Reserve Public Media
 

Celebrate locally relevant, locally reflective programming!

 
Celebrate locally relevant, locally reflective programming!

Western Reserve PBS and talented independent producers present specials about our lives, history, arts and culture. You can view the works at an area art exhibit, hear the music of our renowned orchestras, find out about the region's history and so much more. It’s all about you and the people, places and ideas that make our region—in our humble opinion—the best place to live, work, play and learn.

These days the owners of commercial broadcast television stations do not live in the area. Cable and satellite companies are headquartered in faraway places and it is very difficult to trace the origins of most internet stories.

Locally owned and operated public television stations are the last bastion dedicated to creating programming that reflects our region’s identity. Western Reserve PBS has presented many local programs over the years, but we want to do more, with your support.


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Local programs photo:

Row 1: Generations: Cuyahoga Valley National Park; A More Perfect Union; The Women Who Helped Win a War; Studio C Sessions; Around Akron with Blue Green

Row 2: Flying Turns: Resurrecting a Legend; Séances and Slot Machines: The Story of Brady Lake Park; Blimp! Sports, Broadcasting and the Goodyear Airship; Ralph Regula: The Gentleman from Ohio; Zoar Levee: To Preserve and Protect

Row 3: Red Tail Reborn; Main Street America; Joseph O’Sickey: The Art of Life; Act of Duty; It’s Everything, and Then It’s Gone

Row 4: The Angie Haze Project Presents: The Bigger Picture; Beyond the Powder: The Legacy of the First Women’s Cross-Country Air Race; Kaleidoscope Quilts at the Akron Art Museum; The Battle for the Right to Vote; A Simple Life

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