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  • “Public media in Wisconsin provides us with interesting, informative, and entertaining programs. We continue to learn about home maintenance, gardening, health care, travel, political issues and more.”

    • Listener
    • West Allis, WI
  • “WPT brings in-depth discussions of important ideas and information to the people of Wisconsin. Important issues are brought to the attention of everyone who watches WPT. It is a wonderful resource.”

    • Viewer
    • Amherst Junction, WI
  • “Wisconsin Media Lab is truly a unique resource for students, educators, families and the general public. I love the way it offers easy accessibility to diverse pop-
    ulations across the state via the Internet.”

    • Educator
    • Mequon-Thiensville School District
  • “Because of WPR, I look forward to my half-hour commute to and from work. I learn, I laugh, and I am inspired. I am so grateful to have such an incredible radio station available to me.”

    • Listener
    • Manitowoc, WI
  • “Daily, I learn about topics that are never mentioned on the network stations.
    I feel that public radio and television
    are invaluable assets in my life.”

    • Listener & Viewer
    • Milwaukee, WI
  • “I can't imagine a day without WPR!
    I listen to the Ideas Network of WPR
    on my phone, in the car, and from
    the computer.”

    • Listener
    • Pleasant Prairie, WI
  • “With reduced funding to districts, the Wisconsin Media Lab has become an invaluable resource, particularly in small rural schools with high levels of poverty.”

    • Reading Specialist
    • Augusta School District
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  • “Wisconsin Media Lab's resources are about Wisconsin and focus on many of the great things in our very own state. The materials are reliable and credible. They are easy to access and appropriate for students at a variety of grade levels.”

    • 4th grade teacher
    • Berlin Area Schools
  • “Many times I discover the only programs worth watching are on WPT. My two young daughters enjoy many of the kids’ shows you have to offer; in fact, I enjoy watching most of them myself. Your history programming is excellent and always inspiring, to see how past generations have struggled and thrived at the same time.”

    • Viewer
    • Schofield, WI
  • “WPR provides news, educational information and entertainment. It has been a friendly voice in our home for years. Thanks for all that you do!”

    • Listeners
    • Eau Claire, WI
  • “I depend on Wisconsin Media Lab for interesting resources which help push my students' thinking to a higher level. “

    • 4th Grade Teacher
    • Superior, WI
  • “PBS Kids programs show values of enduring relationships, fair play, knowing and practicing ‘the right thing to do’, acknowledgment of how hard it is to be a kid sometimes… PBS Kids is a safe place to play in an increasingly scary world.”

    • Viewing family
    • Reedsburg, WI
  • “WPR is my best source of information about current happenings around Wisconsin. I don't want to listen to anything else.”

    • Listener
    • Iron River, WI
  • “The Wisconsin Media Lab is a wonderful resource for our elementary students. Without "Into the Book", "Bill Nye", and "Wisconsin Biographies" our curriculum for English/Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies would be greatly diminished. “

    • Library Media Specialist
    • Eau Claire Area School District
  • “WPT is almost exclusively my TV watching because I feel confident that I will get a logical and sensible amount of information regarding health, elections, world and state affairs... and delightful entertainment.”

    • Viewer
    • Oshkosh, WI
  • “WPR is a thread in the fabric of our lives. We enjoy sharing the amazing topics we've heard while listening with others. What a wonderful way to stay in touch with the world around us near and far. Thank you.”

    • Listener
    • Sherwood, WI
  • “In these tight budget times, these resources help us in rural schools to support learning by implementing technology connections into everyday learning. This helps us better prepare students for the world of their future. These resources help meet the needs of every student whether in public or private educational settings.”

    • Library Media Specialist
    • Dodgeville School District
  • “Commercial-free, high-quality, carefully constructed educational programming, free and available to all, is so important to have as a resource for our kids. I appreciate the STEM emphasis of shows such as Wild Kratts, Peg+Cat, and Cat in the Hat. We love the reading and vocabulary-building shows too!”

    • Viewer
    • Portage, WI/li>
  • “My radio dial (of both car and home radios) stays set on WPR because of the regular hours of classical music which I don't find on other stations. Public television provides for me concerts which I rarely go out to attend. I also appreciate the in-depth reporting of the PBS NewsHour which I watch regularly.”

    • Listener
    • Racine, WI
  • “The Wisconsin Media lab helps teachers meet the state standards with quality resources that connect learning to our own communities.”

    • High School Teacher
    • East Troy School District
  • “We think it is important to have good, wholesome programming, which is Wisconsin Public Television.”

    • Viewer
    • Sturgeon Bay, WI
  • “With a 1:1 initiative, Wisconsin Media Lab is an integral part of daily learning opportunities for students in our district.”

    • Library Media Specialist
    • Belleville School District
  • “Wisconsin Media Lab is truly a unique resource for students, educators, families and the general public. I love the way it offers easy accessibility to diverse populations across the state via the Internet.”

    • Educator
    • Mequon-Thiensville School District
  • “Because of WPR, I look forward to my half-hour commute to and from work. I learn, I laugh, and I am inspired. I am so grateful to have such an incredible radio station available to me.”

    • Listener
    • Manitowoc, WI
  • “Daily, I learn about topics that are never mentioned on the network stations. I feel that public radio and television are invaluable assets in my life.”

    • Listener & Viewer
    • Milwaukee, WI
  • “I can't imagine a day without WPR! I listen to the Ideas Network of WPR on my phone, in the car, and from the computer.”

    • Listener
    • Pleasant Prairie, WI
  • “With reduced funding to districts, the Wisconsin Media Lab has become an invaluable resource, particularly in small rural schools with high levels of poverty.”

    • Reading Specialist
    • Augusta School District
  • “WPT brings in-depth discussions of important ideas and information to the people of Wisconsin. Important issues are brought to the attention of everyone who watches WPT. It is a wonderful resource for the state.”

    • Viewer
    • Amherst Junction, WI
  • “PBS Kids programming is important. Commercial-free; gentle, respectful characters; education with substance.”

    • Viewer
    • New London, WI
  • “Public media in Wisconsin provides us with interesting, informative, and entertaining programs. We continue to learn about home maintenance, gardening, health care, travel, political issues and more.”

    • Listener
    • West Allis, WI
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3319 West Beltline Hwy, Madison WI 53713

Telephone: (608) 264-9600
       


PUBLIC MEDIA FOR WISCONSIN

Educational Communications Board is a state agency   that distributes K-12 educational media, public safety   and public broadcasting services to Wisconsin’s citizens.

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