|Founded||November 3, 1969|
|Headquarters||Crystal City, Arlington, Virginia, U.S.|
|Owner||PBS's member public television stations|
|October 5, 1970|
|Affiliates||List of member stations|
|Replaced||National Educational Television (1952–1970)|
The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is a non-profit public broadcasting TV service with many member TV stations in the United States. It is based in Arlington, Virginia. The equivalent service for radio in the United States is National Public Radio (NPR). The PBS stations will shut down in the future excluding New Jersey.
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PBS Student Reporting Labs (SRL) is an educational program operated by the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) in the United States. It aims to engage and connect high school students with public media stations to develop journalism skills. Its Student Advisory Team (SAT) includes notable students across the United States, including Mark Leschinsky and others.
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