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What is PBS39 Passport?
PBS39 Passport is a new member benefit that gives eligible donors and supporters extended access to an on-demand library of quality public television programming online. The PBS39 Passport library currently offers members more than 1,000 episodes to watch, with new PBS and PBS39 programs being added weekly.
Who can access PBS39 Passport?
PBS39 Passport is an added benefit available to members donating $60/year or more. If you have questions as to your donation or eligibility for this benefit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also visit PBS39’s Passport Page to enter your token or lookup based on email address to see if you already have access.
I would like to access PBS39 Passport with my current membership. How can I do that?
If you’re already a PBS39 member, please visit PBS39’s Passport Page to access your PBS39 Passport token information. If you receive an error or run into trouble using this form, please submit a request to receive Passport. If you do not currently contribute, please become a member and receive access to PBS39 Passport. Alternatively you can call Membership at 260-484-8839 or email us at email@example.com.
What programs are available in PBS39 Passport?
The PBS39 Passport library currently offers members more than 1,000 episodes to watch, with new PBS and PBS39 programs being added weekly. The library features episodes from popular programs like American Experience, American Master, Antiques Roadshow, Nature, NOVA, and MASTERPIECE — including all six seasons of Downton Abbey. In addition to these signature series, the library is full of public television’s acclaimed arts, science, history, and lifestyle programs; including How We Got to Now, Earth a New Wild, Austin City Limits, and a rotating selection of films from Ken Burns — currently Jazz and Unforgivable Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson are available.
Do I need any special equipment to view PBS39 Passport?
No. You can view Passport videos from PBS.org/video and local station sites on your computer, smartphone and tablet. It is also available via the PBS Video apps for iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, and Chromecast.