For 40 years, ValleyPBS has been committed to enriching the lives of our viewers and members by telling the story of the Valley, the country and the world through a combination of educational and entertaining programming and solid community outreach and service. Since 1977, we have proudly been your home for Sesame Street, Masterpiece Theatre, Great Performances, Nova and so much more! In addition to the core line-up of PBS signature programming, with the support of local members and donors, ValleyPBS is able to purchase and broadcast a host of additional series and fan favorites like Doc Martin, Father Brown, Huell Howser’s California’s Gold and others. And, of course thanks to our viewers, the Station has produced memorable local documentaries and specials like Valley Press, Great Valley, Art of Gardening and Valley’s Gold. Become a member today and support another 40 years of great stories well told.
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Donald Trump travelled to the Dairy State this week as relations soured between many upper Midwest farmers and our neighbors to the north. The president renewed a call to “buy American” even as the global economy is trending up. Peter Tubbs has the details. ... See MoreSee Less
Ever wonder if you know enough about social media to get your start-up off the ground? That's where The Social Lights become an option. We met up with them at the Entrepreneur & Innovation Exchange's #efest2017 to ask a few questions. More info at bit.ly/2p4mMLp. ... See MoreSee Less
Before he achieved Broadway success with Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda told us what it felt like when Latin pop became popular in America. Hear more from young Miranda during “Latin Music USA” on Friday at 10pm. ... See MoreSee Less
The world’s largest coffee chain known for whipping up sugary drinks did it again this week. The ‘Unicorn Frappuccino’ by Starbucks packs 50 grams of sugar into one 16 ounce drink. That’s twice the recommended daily intake. Americans told Reuters in 2016 they were trying to reduce their sugar consumption. But domestic sugar producers say their product is safer and healthier than sweeteners made from other sources like corn. They seek trade protection in a volatile world market as Josh Buettner explains in our Cover Story. ... See MoreSee Less