Western Reserve Public Media
Our Program Sponsors

With Western Reserve PBS, you get high visibility, superior quality and credibility, showcased in an uncluttered media environment and presented to an educated and affluent audience. PBS is recognized for and strongly associated with excellence, innovation, integrity and diversity. These are the qualities that the public will also associate with your organization (“the halo effect”) when you sponsor PBS programming. You should Be More PBS!

Viewers of Western Reserve PBS are:

  • Affluent – Nearly 36 percent of our members have a yearly household income of $50,000+

  • Educated – Approximately 30 percent have earned one or more college degrees

  • Loyal – They are likely to support you because you support us

If this is who YOUR business wants to reach, call Terry Schlosser or Debra Racey at 800-554-4549 today.

 

Platinum Program Sponsors
Stark County District Library Canton Symphony Orchestra Akron Children's Hospital Brunswick Subaru
       
Wayside Furniture Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas OMNOVA Solutions Foundation Renaissance Performing Arts Association
       

Wick Poetry Center | Kent State University

Akron Symphony

Delta Dental

Canton Museum of Art

       
Kent State University's School of Theatre and Dance Home Savings Charitable Foundation Canton Ballet MAPS Air Museum
       
Copeland Oaks Absolute Home Health &

WFMJ 21

Transmission to
the Mahoning Valley

James P. and Maureen C. Kovach
       
Gold Program Sponsors

Akron Art Museum

Baird Brothers Fine Hardwoods

The Butler Institute of American Art

WYSU

       
Star Supply Bargain Outlet Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park Schwebel Baking Co. Barnes Sewing Center
       

Zoar Historic Village

 

 

 
       
Silver Program Sponsors

National Packard Museum

Idlewild & SoakZone

Danbury Senior Living

Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live: King for a Day!

       
Peter Allen Inn      
       
Bronze Program Sponsors

Downtown Akron Partnership

Ohio Ceramic Supply

Village Quilts

Massillon Museum

       

 

Viewers of Western Reserve PBS are:

  • Affluent – Nearly 36 percent of our members have a yearly household income of $50,000+

  • Educated – Approximately 30 percent have earned one or more college degrees

  • Loyal – They are likely to support you because you support us

If this is who YOUR business wants to reach, call Terry Schlosser or Debra Racey at 800-554-4549 today.

 

 

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