The Community Advisory Board of PBS 39 provides the opportunity for effective community input to the station’s governing body and managers to support programming, community service and policy decisions. The Community Advisory Board is a volunteer group that represents the diverse needs and interests of the viewers and communities served by the station.

Click here to see the current members of PBS39 Community Advisory Board

Profile of a potential Community Advisory Board Member:

A PBS39 viewer dedicated to the success of the station who is willing to be visible in his/her own community as a representative of the station and talk with people to gather comments and ideas about programming and services. If you are interested in serving as an comunity advocate as part of PBS39's Commuinity Advisory Board, contact station liaison Mark Ryan via email at markryan@wfwa.org.

Click here for information about the Community Advisory Board

Click here to read the requirements for a Community Advisory Board as set forth by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB)

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Changes coming this Spring

We're in the middle of upgrading almost all of our Master Control and Production equipment, a large task to take on while making sure there are no interuptions with our broadcasts and local productions!

Some of our equipment was decades old, barely functioning, out of service and support, and unable to handle HD. This upgrade will provide efficiency and flexibility at the station, including being able to play back recorded shows in HD (if they…