To mark the launch of its all-new children’s channel, Arizona PBS is hosting a public celebration Monday, Jan. 16, featuring favorite characters from PBS KIDS programs and interactive activities for children.
The Arizona PBS KIDS Festival will include appearances by:
Registration for the Arizona PBS KIDS Festival is now closed. Tune in to Arizona PBS KIDS on air at channel 8.4, on Cox channel 81.
Arizona PBS is launching an all-new children’s channel on Jan. 16, 2017, dedicated to providing quality educational programming.
Arizona PBS KIDS will feature an array of programming to help young children master important skills, ranging from reading and basic math and science to problem solving and emotional skills.
The new channel will feature innovative, impactful programs designed for children from preschool through early elementary school to develop a strong educational foundation. The channel will broadcast popular programs such as “Arthur,” “Clifford,” “WordGirl,” “Wild Kratts,” “Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood,” and “Sesame Street,” among others.
Watch the video from the announcement of the new Arizona PBS KIDS channel, featuring Carole G. Basile, dean of the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Christopher Callahan, Arizona PBS CEO, Linda Simensky, vice president of Children’s Programming at PBS, and Keith Kennebeck, director of Children’s Programming at PBS.