Blossom grew up to be so cool.
Blossom grew up to be so cool.
“Life By The Numbers” shows off some impressive scientific facts in a really fun way, while simultaneously making us yearn for the good old days when Bill Nye the Science Guy was the only sexy scientist in town.
SO MUCH AWESOME. (via pbsarts.tumblr.com)
PBS posted this infographic to their Tumblr this morning. Awwwww!
Joan Ganz Cooney has given more than $200,000 to Obama, the Super PAC backing him, the DNC and the DCCC in the past two years. The Big Bird and Obama love appears to be a mutual thing.
Sure, Mitt Romney wants to cut funding to everyone’s favorite PBS characters. But the people who make sexy costumes?
In his first public appearance since Mitt Romney’s infamous comments at the debate, Big Bird spoke with Seth Meyers on last night’s SNL.
In 1969 PBS faced losing federal funding as a consequence of budget cuts proposed by President Richard Nixon. Fred Rogers appeared before the Senate Subcommittee on Communications to argue on behalf of the network and his show, Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.
Scared for Big Bird? Here’s 85 reasons Sesame Street will be OK with or without government funding.
Public broadcasting taking Romney at his word. “PBS is trusted, valued and essential.”
The reaction goes from playful to blistering.
The presidential candidate asserted he would cut funding for PBS, the home of Sesame Street. It’s safe to say that Big Bird was not happy.
It’s everything he said, or didn’t say, during the debates. But in his defense, it was really hard to get a word in.
PBS has just announced an animated spinoff of ‘Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood’ called ‘Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood.’ It’s going to be about the kids of the original characters including the 4-year-old son of the original Tiger. Get excited. (via nymag.com) View List ›
Bronies, and Holmies, and Hiddlestoners, oh my! If you don’t know any of those words, trust me, you will.
An argument for why making music sound like dying robots is actually crazy hard. Wub wub wub, bitches.
PBS has done it again, this time with The Joy Of Painting’s Bob Ross. I predict that you will start this video chuckling and end up being super inspired. “Relax, let it flow.”
After being arrested for “lewd conduct,” the Anchorman star and all around funny guy has been dropped from his T.V. show.
From it’s roots in nostalgia, 8-bit is breaking free into a stand alone art form. PBS Off Book strikes again with another interesting mini-documentary on an aspect of internet culture.
This is incredible. Anyone else have goosebumps?
This is fascinating. BRB, gathering up supplies to try this out.
If Edith is Carlton and Sybil is Ashley, then I guess that makes Mary Hillary?
After lurking in the shadows of the internet, animated GIFs have done got classy on us and are starring in their very own mini-documentary. The folks at PBS’s Off Book delve into their history and how cinemagraphs are changing the playing field. One thing this video does not do, however, is agree once and for all how to pronounce them.
In this video, not previously available online but licensed by BuzzFeed from a Boston television station, the future president speaks at a 1991 campus protest organized to demand tenure for minority and female law professors.
At least they didn’t call it “Sh*t Girls Say While Watching Downton Abbey”.
The crooner-in-chief is back! From tonight’s finale of “In Performance at the White House” on PBS.
Cute: Jon Hamm’s new role as “Ham Johnson” on the PBS kids show “Martha Speaks. Cuter: Jon Hamm voice acting alongside his longtime girlfriend, Jennifer Westfeldt. The couple’s episode will air on February 20th, but you can watch the following previews today!
Today’s episode is brought to you by the symbol “$” and the number “0”. PBS is hoping that popular shows like “Downton Abbey” and “Sherlock” will bring in donations to help keep other floundering shows afloat.
In case you haven’t been keeping up with all the press attention hacker group LulzSec has been getting lately, I’ve put together a timeline of their every exploit; from the incredible to the mundane. Seriously, the ATM “hack”? WTF was that? Read More ›