Contents 1 History 1.1 PTV block 1.2 PBS Kids 1.3 Block and local channels 2 Programming blocks 3 Network 3.1 Network history 3.2 Affiliates 3.2.1 Alabama 3.2.2 Alaska 3.2.3 Arkansas 3.2.4 Arizona 3.2.5 California 3.2.6 Colorado 3.2.7 Connecticut 3.2.8 District of Columbia 3.2.9 Florida 3.2.10 Georgia 3.2.11 Hawaii 3.2.12 Idaho 3.2.13 Illinois 3.2.14 Indiana 3.2.15 Iowa 3.2.16 Kansas 3.2.17 Kentucky 3.2.18 Louisiana 3.2.19 Massachusetts 3.2.20 Maryland 3.2.21 Maine 3.2.22 Michigan 3.2.23 Minnesota 3.2.24 Mississippi 3.2.25 Missouri 3.2.26 Montana 3.2.27 Nebraska 3.2.28 Nevada 3.2.29 New Jersey 3.2.30 New Mexico 3.2.31 New York 3.2.32 North Carolina 3.2.33 North Dakota 3.2.34 Ohio 3.2.35 Oklahoma 3.2.36 Oregon 3.2.37 Pennsylvania 3.2.38 Puerto Rico 3.2.39 South Carolina 3.2.40 South Dakota 3.2.41 Tennessee 3.2.42 Texas 3.2.43 Utah 3.2.44 Virginia 3.2.45 Virgin Islands 3.2.46 Vermont 3.2.47 Washington 3.2.48 Wisconsin 3.2.49 West Virginia 3.2.50 Wyoming 4 References 5 External links

History PTV block The framework for PBS Kids was established as part of PBS's "Ready to Learn" initiative, a project intended to facilitate access of early childhood educational programming to underprivileged children.[1] On July 11, 1994, PBS repackaged their existing children's educational programming as a new block called "PTV".[2][3] In addition to scheduled educational programming, PTV also incorporated interstitial content such as "The P-Pals", which featured animated characters shaped like PBS logos delivering educational content from their fictional world, "PTV Park". These interstitial shorts were aimed at younger children.[2] Older children were targeted with live action and music video interstitials.[2] Several of the interstitial shorts, along with some of the station identification sequences that were shown during the block, continued to be used by some PBS member stations after PTV aired for the last time on September 5, 1999. PBS Kids On September 6, 1999, PBS launched the PBS Kids brand in several areas including its daytime Ready to Learn Service, PBS Online web pages for kids, and a home video label. Children's programming on the PBS network was then given unified branding. Along with the block of programming on PBS, PBS Kids lent its name to a separate television network, which launched on the same date[4] and was targeted to children from 4 to 7 years old.[citation needed] The PBS Kids Channel ran for six years.[5] On September 30, 2000, the Bookworm Bunch programming block was introduced as PBS Kids' Saturday morning block.[6] PBS Kids Go!, a programming block targeting older children, was launched in October 2004.[7] Block and local channels The network was shut down on September 26, 2005, in favor of a new commercial cable and satellite joint venture channel, PBS Kids Sprout, which was developed in partnership with two producers and Comcast[8] (who later bought full control of the network via NBCUniversal).[9] PBS gave licensees an option to sign on Sprout promoters while most of the other half programmed their own children's channel.[8] PBS offered a replacement early school-aged kids network based on the block PBS Kids Go! by April 2006 to be launched in October 2006,[7] but was cancelled before launch.[8] On May 8, 2013, PBS Kids programming was added to the Roku streaming player.[10] As of October 7, 2013, to coincide with the debut of Peg + Cat, PBS Kids received another graphic redesign and the PBS Kids Go! block and branding were dropped.[11] PBS Kids network was relaunched on January 16, 2017 with a live stream of the channel on the PBS Kids website and video app; no changes were made to the main PBS Kids block. The block is counter programmed from the network, thus the same show would not be shown at the same time on the network and block.[12][13][14]

Programming blocks This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (July 2016) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) PTV (July 11, 1994–September 3, 1999) PBS Kids (September 6, 1999–present) The Game (1996–September 6, 1999) – afternoon programming block aimed at children aged 6 to 8. PBS Kids Bookworm Bunch (September 30, 2000–October 11, 2004[citation needed]) – a Saturday morning block consisting of six animated series produced by Nelvana Limited.[6] PBS Kids Go! (October 11, 2004–October 7, 2013) – an afternoon programming block aimed at children aged 6 to 8.[7][11] PBS Kids Preschool Block (September 4, 2006–October 7, 2013)

Network PBS Kids Type Digital broadcast TV network (children's programming) Country United States Availability Nationwide (via OTA digital television) Founded February 23, 2016 (2016-02-23) Headquarters Arlington, Virginia Broadcast area United States Owner Public Broadcasting Service Launch date January 16, 2017; 13 months ago (2017-01-16) Affiliates List of affiliates Official website PBS Kids is an American digital broadcast and online television network operated by the Public Broadcasting Service. The network features a broad mix of live-action and animated children's programs distributed to PBS by independent companies and select member stations, which are designed for improving the early literacy, math, and social-emotional skills of young children ages 2 to 11.[15] Some PBS member stations, such as WETA-TV in Washington, D.C. maintain their own locally programmed PBS Kids feed, that is independent from the nationally sourced feed. Network history On September 6, 1999, PBS launched the PBS Kids Channel in several markets, in conjunction with the introduction of the PBS Kids brand to provide a unified branding for the service's children's programming offerings. The channel was launched on 33 PBS member stations: 19 of which offered PBS Kids Channel as a cable-only service, nine which carried the channel on their digital broadcast signals in standard-definition, and three which carried simulcasts of the channel on their analog signals. Of the initial 27 affiliates, sixteen of them planned to begin carrying PBS Kids Channel during the fall of 1999, with eleven additional stations choosing to debut it that winter.[4] FCC requirements mandated satellite providers to set aside 4% of their available channel space for noncommercial educational and informational programming. With these providers limited to offering one such service per programmer, PBS had put forth PBS Kids as a prospective channel to fulfill this mandate. However, El Segundo, California-based satellite provider DirecTV,[not in citation given] which became the primary funding source for the channel, indicated that it would begin carrying the PBS Kids Channel outside of that mandate in early November 1999.[16] In the aftermath of DirecTV's decision not to renew its funding agreement with the channel, which ended in the third quarter of 2005,[5] PBS decided to shut down the network on September 26 of that year.[not in citation given] PBS Kids Channel was effectively supplanted on that date by PBS Kids Sprout, an advertiser-supported cable and satellite channel that PBS developed in a joint venture with HiT Entertainment, Sesame Workshop and Comcast. PBS gave licensees an option to sign on Sprout promoters, giving them cross-promotional and monetary benefits in exchange for giving up the ability to carry a competing preschool-targeted channel. 80 stations, making up about half of the member stations participants, signed up to be promoters; most of the remaining stations opted to develop independent children's programming services featuring programs distributed by PBS and through outside distributors such as American Public Television to fill space on digital subchannels that formerly served as PBS Kids Channel members. Many of the member stations that launched children's-focused subchannel or cable-only services reduced the amount of sourced programming from PBS Kids carried on their primary channel to a few hours of their weekday daytime schedules, in order to program more adult-targeted fare during the afternoon.[8] PBS relaunched children's network, PBS Kids, on January 16, 2017.[14] Structured as a multi-platform service, it was made available for distribution to digital subchannels of participating PBS member stations, initially launching on 73 member stations (counting those operated as subregional PBS member networks), with an additional 34 agreeing to begin carrying the network at a later date.[not in citation given] A live stream of the channel was also added to the PBS Kids website and video app upon the channel's debut, which will eventually allow viewers to toggle from the program being aired to a related educational game extending the interactivity introduced by Sesame Street. The network is counterprogrammed from the PBS Kids block, so that the same program would not be shown on either simultaneously. PBS Kids 24/7 mainly features double-runs of existing series on PBS Kids' schedule (including some not carried on the primary channels of certain member stations); as such, no additional programs had to be acquired to help fill the channel's schedule.[12] On April 21, 2017, the network launched "PBS Kids Family Night," a weekly block on Friday evenings (with encore airings on Saturday and Sunday evenings) that showcase themed programming, premieres or special "movie-length" episodes of new and existing PBS Kids children's programs.[15][14][12][17] Affiliates City of license/ market Station Channel Operator Affiliation tenure (original network) Local channel[18] Affiliation date revived network)[19] Alabama Birmingham WBIQ 10.2 Alabama Public Television January 16, 2017 Demopolis WIIQ 41.2 Dozier WDIQ 2.2 Florence WFIQ 36.2 Huntsville WHIQ 25.2 Louisville WGIQ 43.2 Mobile WEIQ 42.2 Montgomery WAIQ 26.2 Mount Cheaha WCIQ 7.2 Alaska Anchorage KAKM 7.4 Alaska Public Telecommunications TBD Fairbanks KUAC-TV 9.8 University of Alaska Fairbanks Arkansas Arkadelphia KETG 9.3 Arkansas Educational Television Network January 16, 2017 El Dorado KETZ 12.3 Fayetteville KAFT 13.3 Jonesboro KTEJ 19.3 Little Rock KETS 2.3 Mountain View KEMV 6.3 Arizona Phoenix KAET 8.4 Arizona State University January 16, 2017 Tucson KUAT-TV 6.2 Arizona Public Media 2003-2005 2005-2017 California Eureka KEET 13.5 Redwood Empire Public Television, Inc. January 16, 2017 Fresno KVPT 18.2 Valley Public Television, Inc. Huntington Beach (serves Los Angeles) KOCE-TV[20] 50.5 KOCE Foundation January 16, 2017 Los Angeles KLCS 58.2 Los Angeles Unified School District 2004-present Sacramento KVIE 6.4 KVIE, Inc. January 16, 2017 San Diego KPBS 15.4 San Diego State University San Jose (San Francisco) KQEH and KQED 54.4 and 9.4 Northern California Public Broadcasting[8][21] 2003-January 15, 2017 January 16, 2017 Watsonville (serves the Monterey Bay area) KQET 25.4 Colorado Denver KRMA-TV 6.2 Rocky Mountain PBS TBD Durango KRMU 20.2 Grand Junction KRMJ 18.2 Pueblo KTSC 8.2 Steamboat Springs KRMZ 24.2 Connecticut Bridgeport WEDW 49.4 LocusPoint Networks TBD New Haven WEDY 65.4 Hartford WEDH 24.4 Connecticut Public Television Norwich (serves eastern Connecticut, including New London) WEDN 53.4 District of Columbia Washington WETA-TV 26.3 Greater Washington Educational Telecommunications Association 2007–[8]present WHUT-TV 32.2 Howard University January 16, 2017 Florida Fort Myers WGCU 30.5 Florida Gulf Coast University January 16, 2017 Jacksonville WJCT 7.5 WJCT, Inc. Miami WPBT 2.4 South Florida PBS West Palm Beach WXEL-TV 42.3 Orlando WUCF-TV 24.3 University of Central Florida Panama City WFSG 56.4 Florida State University Tallahassee WFSU-TV 11.4 Pensacola WSRE 23.4 Pensacola Junior College TBD Tampa-St. Petersburg WEDU 3.2 Florida West Coast Public Broadcasting, Inc. TBD WEDQ 16.2 University of South Florida Currently Georgia Atlanta APS (evenings)[22] 22 (cable-only) Atlanta Public Schools September 6, 1999-2005 Athens (Atlanta) WGTV 8.4 Georgia Public Broadcasting January 16, 2017 Chatsworth WNGH-TV 18.4 Cochran WMUM-TV 29.4 Columbus WJSP-TV 28.4 Dawson WACS-TV 25.4 Pelham WABW-TV 14.4 Savannah WVAN-TV 9.4 Waycross (serves Valdosta and Brunswick) WXGA-TV 8.4 Wrens WCES-TV 20.4 Hawaii Honolulu KHET 11.2 Hawaii Public Television Current Wailuku (serves Maui) KMEB 10.2 Idaho Boise KAID 4.5 Idaho State Department of Education February 1, 2018 Coeur D'Alene (part of the Spokane, Washington market) KCDT 26.5 Moscow KUID-TV 12.5 Pocatello KISU-TV 10.5 Twin Falls KIPT 13.5 Illinois Carbondale WSIU-TV 8.5 Southern Illinois University TBD Olney WUSI-TV 19.5 Chicago WTTW 11.4 Window to the World Communications January 16, 2017 Peoria[23] WTVP 47.2 Illinois Valley Public Telecommunications Corporation Urbana (Springfield)[24] WILL-TV 12.2 University of Illinois January 16, 2017 Indiana Bloomington WTIU 30.4 Indiana University .3 (12:00-6:00 p.m.) TIU Family (ended January 30, 2017) January 30, 2017 Fort Wayne WFWA 39.2 Fort Wayne Public Television January 16, 2017 Indianapolis WFYI 20.2 Metropolitan Indianapolis Public Broadcasting TBD South Bend WNIT 34.3 Michiana Public Broadcasting Vincennes (serves Southwestern Indiana including Evansville and Terre Haute) WVUT 22.3 Vincennes University January 16, 2017 Iowa Council Bluffs KBIN-TV 32.4 Iowa Public Television current (all .2) IPTV Learn (10:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.) TBD Davenport KQIN 36.4 Des Moines KDIN-TV 11.4 Fort Dodge KTIN 21.4 Iowa City KIIN 12.4 Mason City KYIN 24.4 Red Oak KHIN 36.4 Sioux City KSIN-TV 27.4 Waterloo KRIN 32.4 Kansas Colby KWKS 19.2 Smoky Hills Public Television January 16, 2017 Dodge City KDCK 21.2 Hays KOOD 9.2 Lakin KSWK 3.2 Topeka KTWU 11.2 Washburn University Current Kentucky Ashland WKAS 25.4 Kentucky Authority for Educational Television January 16, 2017 Bowling Green WKGB-TV 53.4 Covington WCVN-TV 54.4 Elizabethtown WKZT-TV 23.4 Hazard WKHA 35.4 Lexington WKLE 46.4 Louisville WKPC-TV 15.4 Madisonville WKMA-TV 35.4 Morehead WKMR 38.4 Murray WKMU 21.4 Owensboro WKOH 31.4 Owenton WKON 52.4 Paducah WKPD 29.4 Pikeville WKPI-TV 22.4 Somerset WKSO-TV 29.4 Louisiana Alexandria KLPA-TV 25.2 Louisiana Educational Television Authority January 16, 2017 Baton Rouge WLPB-TV 27.2 Lafayette KLPB-TV 24.2 Lake Charles KLTL-TV 24.2 Monroe KLTM-TV 13.2 New Orleans WYES-TV 12.4 Greater New Orleans Educational Television Foundation TBD Shreveport KLTS-TV 24.2 Louisiana Educational Television Authority January 16, 2017 Massachusetts Boston WGBX-TV[25] 44.4 WGBH Educational Foundation January 16, 2017 Springfield WGBY-TV[26] 57.3 Maryland Annapolis WMPT 22.3 Maryland Public Television MPT Select (daytime hours only)[8] January 16, 2017 Baltimore WMPB 67.3 Frederick WFPT 62.3 Hagerstown WWPB 31.3 Oakland WGPT 36.3 Salisbury WCPB 28.3 Maine Augusta WCBB 10.4 Maine Public Broadcasting January 16, 2017 Biddeford (Portland) WMEA-TV 26.4 Calais WMED-TV 13.4 Orono (Bangor) WMEB-TV 12.4 Presque Isle WMEM-TV 10.4 Michigan Alpena WCML 6.2 Central Michigan University January 16, 2017 Cadillac WCMV 27.2 Mount Pleasant (part of the Bay City/Saginaw/Midland market) WCMU-TV 26.2 Flint WCMZ-TV[27] 28.2 January 16, 2017 (to shut down at a date TBD) Bad Axe (serves Saginaw and Bay City) WDCQ-TV 19.4 Delta College Current Detroit WTVS 56.2 Detroit Educational Television Foundation January 16, 2017 East Lansing WKAR-TV 23.4 Michigan State University January 16, 2017 Grand Rapids WGVU-TV 35.5 Grand Valley State University TBD Kalamazoo WGVK 52.5 Marquette WNMU 13.2 Northern Michigan University January 16, 2017 Minnesota Appleton KWCM-TV 10.5 West Central Minnesota Educational Television TBD Bemidji KAWE 9.3 Northern Minnesota Public Television January 16, 2017 Brainerd KAWB 22.3 Crookston KCGE-DT 16.4 Prairie Public Television St. Paul KTCA-TV 2.4 Twin Cities PBS Worthington KSMN 20.5 West Central Minnesota Educational Television TBD Mississippi Biloxi WMAH-TV 19.2 Mississippi Public Broadcasting January 16, 2017 Booneville WMAE-TV 12.2 Bude WMAU-TV 17.2 Greenwood WMAO-TV 23.2 Jackson WMPN-TV 29.2 Meridian WMAW-TV 14.2 Mississippi State WMAB-TV 2.2 Oxford WMAV-TV 18.2 Missouri Joplin KOZJ 26.2 Missouri State University January 16, 2017 Springfield KOZK 21.2 Kansas City KCPT 19.4 Public TV 19, Inc. Sedalia KMOS-TV 6.4 University of Central Missouri St. Louis KETC 9.2 St. Louis Regional Public Media, Inc. Montana Billings KBGS-TV 16.2 Montana State University January 16, 2017 Bozeman KUSM-TV 9.2 Helena KUHM-TV 10.2 Kalispell KUKL-TV 46.2 Missoula KUFM-TV 11.2 Nebraska Alliance KTNE-TV 13.4 Nebraska Educational Telecommunications March 1, 2017 Bassett KMNE-TV 7.4 Hastings KHNE-TV 29.4 Lexington KLNE-TV 3.4 Lincoln KUON-TV 12.4 Merriman KRNE-TV 12.4 Norfolk KXNE-TV 19.4 North Platte KPNE-TV 9.4 Omaha KYNE-TV 26.4 Nevada Las Vegas KLVX 10.3 Clark County School District January 16, 2017 Reno KNPB 5.3 Channel 5 Public Broadcasting New Jersey Newark (New York City) WNET 13.2 Educational Broadcasting Corporation January 16, 2017 New Mexico Albuquerque KNME-TV 5.2 University of New Mexico January 16, 2017 New York Binghamton WSKG-TV 46.6 WSKG Public Telecommunications Council[28] February 1, 2017 Corning WSKA 30.6 February 1, 2017 Buffalo WNED-TV 17.3 Western New York Public Broadcasting Association TBD Norwood WNPI-DT 18.4 St. Lawrence Valley Educational TV Council, Inc. January 16, 2017 Watertown WPBS-DT 16.4 Plattsburgh WCFE-TV 57.3 Mountain Lake Public Telecommunications Council Rochester WXXI-TV 21.4 WXXI Public Broadcasting Council February 2017 Schenectady (Albany) WMHT 17.4 WMHT Educational Telecommunications January 16, 2017 Syracuse WCNY-TV 24.4 Public Broadcasting Council of Central New York North Carolina Asheville WUNF-TV 33.2 University of North Carolina January 16, 2017 Canton WUNW 27.3 Chapel Hill WUNC-TV 4.2 Concord WUNG-TV 58.2 Edenton WUND-TV 2.2 Greenville WUNK-TV 25.2 Jacksonville WUNM-TV 19.3 Linville WUNE-TV 17.3 Lumberton WUNU 31.2 Roanoke Rapids WUNP-TV 36.3 Wilmington WUNJ-TV 39.2 Winston-Salem WUNL-TV 26.2 North Dakota Bismarck KBME-TV 3.4 Prairie Public Television January 16, 2017 Devils Lake KMDE 25.4 Dickinson KDSE 9.4 Ellendale KJRE 19.4 Fargo KFME 13.4 Minot KSRE 6.4 Williston KWSE 4.4 Ohio Athens OU Telecomm. Center cable-only Ohio University[22] September 6, 1999–present (mornings and weekends) Bowling Green WBGU-TV 27.2 Bowling Green State University Current Cleveland WVIZ 25.5 Ideastream January 16, 2017 Columbus WOSU-TV 34.4 WOSU Public Media TBD Portsmouth WPBO-TV 42.4 Dayton WPTD 16.5 Public Media Connect January 16, 2017 Oxford WPTO 14.3 January 16, 2017 Toledo WGTE-TV 30.2 Public Broadcasting Foundation of Northwest Ohio January 16, 2017 Oklahoma Cheyenne KWET 12.4 Oklahoma Educational Television Authority[8] .4 (2006-2009) OETA OKLA .2 (daytime: 2009-2013) .4 (2013-2017) January 16, 2017 Eufaula KOET 3.4 Oklahoma City KETA-TV 13.4 Tulsa KOED-TV 11.4 Oklahoma City and Tulsa OETA Kids cable 2009-2013 Oregon Bend KOAB-TV 11.3 Oregon Public Broadcasting January 16, 2017 Corvallis KOAC-TV 7.3 Eugene KEPB-TV 29.3 La Grande KTVR 13.3 Portland KOPB-TV 10.3 Pennsylvania Clearfield WPSU-TV 3.4 Penn State Public Media Philadelphia WHYY 12.3 WHYY Inc. Pittsburgh WQED 13.5 WQED Multimedia Scranton WVIA-TV 44.2 Northeast Pennsylvania Educational Television Association Puerto Rico Fajardo WMTJ 40.2 Ana G. Méndez University System Current Ponce WQTO 26.2 South Carolina Allendale WEBA-TV 14.4 South Carolina Educational Television TBD Beaufort WJWJ-TV 16.4 Charleston WITV 7.4 Columbia WRLK-TV 35.4 Conway WHMC 23.4 Florence WJPM-TV 33.4 Greenville WNTV 29.4 Greenwood WNEH 38.4 Rock Hill WNSC-TV 30.4 Spartanburg WRET-TV 49.4 Sumter WRJA-TV 27.4 South Dakota Aberdeen KDSD-TV 16.4 South Dakota Public Broadcasting January 16, 2017 Brookings KESD-TV 8.4 Eagle Butte KPSD-TV 13.4 Lowry KQSD-TV 11.4 Martin KZSD-TV 8.4 Pierre KTSD-TV 10.4 Rapid City KBHE-TV 9.4 Sioux Falls KCSD-TV 23.4 Vermillion KUSD-TV 2.4 Tennessee Chattanooga WTCI 45.3 Greater Chattanooga Public Television January 2017 Cookeville WCTE 22.4 Upper Cumberland Broadcast Council TBD Knoxville WKOP-TV 15.2 East Tennessee PBS January 16, 2017 Lexington (Jackson) WLJT-DT 11.2 West Tennessee Public Television Council, Inc. Memphis WKNO 10.3 Mid-South Public Communications Foundation Nashville WNPT-TV 8.3 Nashville Public Television, Inc. 2017-present June 30, 2017 Sneedville WETP-TV 2.2 East Tennessee PBS January 16, 2017 Texas Amarillo KACV-TV 2.2 Amarillo College TBD Austin KLRU 18.4 Capital of Texas Public Telecommunications Council January 16, 2017 Belton (Waco) KNCT 46.2 Central Texas College College Station KAMU-TV 12.3 Texas A&M University Dallas KERA-TV 13.2 North Texas Public Broadcasting Houston KUHT 8.3 University of Houston Lubbock KTTZ-TV 5.3 Texas Tech University San Antonio KLRN 9.3 Alamo Public Telecommunications Council April 1, 2017[29] Utah Salt Lake City KUED 7.3 University of Utah March 7, 2017 St. George KUEW 18.3 Virginia Hampton-Norfolk WHRO-TV 15.3 Hampton Roads Educational Telecommunications Association January 16, 2017 Roanoke WBRA-TV 15.3 Blue Ridge PBS Virgin Islands Charlotte Amalie WTJX-TV 12.2 Virgin Islands Public Broadcasting System January 16, 2017 Vermont Burlington WETK 33.4 Vermont PBS January 16, 2017 Rutland WVER 28.4 St. Johnsbury WVTB 20.4 Windsor WVTA 41.4 Washington Seattle KCTS-TV 9.2 Cascade Public Media TBD Yakima KYVE 47.2 Spokane KSPS-TV 7.4 KSPS Public Television Wisconsin Green Bay WPNE-TV 38.4 Wisconsin Public Television January 16, 2017 La Crosse WHLA-TV 31.4 Madison WHA-TV 21.4 Menomonie WHWC-TV 28.4 Park Falls WLEF-TV 36.4 Wausau WHRM-TV 20.4 Milwaukee WMVS 10.3 Milwaukee Area Technical College West Virginia Grandview WSWP-TV 9.3 West Virginia Public Broadcasting January 16, 2017 Huntington WVPB-TV 33.3 Morgantown WNPB-TV 24.3 Wyoming Casper KPTW 6.3 Central Wyoming College TBD Lander KCWC-DT 4.3 Laramie KWYP-DT 8.3

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External links Official website PBS Kids Play website v t e PBS Kids original programming Former 1960s–1980s debuts Mister Rogers' Neighborhood (1968–2001) The Electric Company (1971–1977) Zoom (1972–1978) 3-2-1 Contact (1980–1988) Powerhouse (1982–1983) Reading Rainbow (1983–2006) Newton's Apple (1983–1999) Kidsongs (1985–1998) Square One Television (1987–1992) Gerbert (1988–1991) Shining Time Station (1989–1995) Long Ago and Far Away (1989–1993) Thomas & Friends (1989–2017; moved to Nick Jr.) 1990s debuts Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego? (1991–1995) The Big Comfy Couch (1992–2006) Barney & Friends (1992–2009) Lamb Chop's Play Along (1992–1997) Ghostwriter (1992–95) Kino's Storytime (1992–97) Tots TV (1993–1998) Theodore Tugboat (1993–2001) Bill Nye the Science Guy (1993–1998) The Adventures of Dudley the Dragon (1993–1999) Katie and Orbie (1994–2002) The Magic School Bus (1994–1997) Globe Trekker (1994–2010) The Huggabug Club (1995–2000) The Puzzle Place (1995–1998) Wimzie's House (1995–1996) Wishbone (1995–2001) Groundling Marsh (1995–1997) Kratts' Creatures (1996) Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego? (1996–1997) Adventures from the Book of Virtues (1996–2000) In the Mix (1996–2012) Teletubbies (1997–2001) Caillou (1997–2010) The Charlie Horse Music Pizza (1998–1999) Noddy (1998–2000) Jay Jay the Jet Plane (1998–2005) Elmo's World (1998–2009) Zoom (1999–2005) Zoboomafoo (1999–2001) Redwall (1999–2002) Dragon Tales (1999–2005) 2000s debuts Between the Lions (2000–2010) The Dooley and Pals Show (2000–2003) Clifford the Big Red Dog (2000–2003) Corduroy (2000–2001) Elliot Moose (2000–2001) Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse (2000–2002) George Shrinks (2000–2004) Seven Little Monsters (2000–2004) Timothy Goes to School (2000–01) Anne of Green Gables (2001–2002) Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat (2001–2002) DragonflyTV (2002–2008) Angelina Ballerina (2002–2006) Liberty's Kids (2002–2003) Make Way for Noddy (2002–2007) The Berenstain Bears (2003–2004) Boohbah (2003–2006) Jakers! The Adventures of Piggley Winks (2003–2007) Clifford's Puppy Days (2003–2004) Franny's Feet (2004–2011) Curiosity Quest (2004–2015) Peep and the Big Wide World (2004–2011) Maya & Miguel (2004–2007) Postcards from Buster (2004–2012) It's a Big Big World (2005–2010) Danger Rangers (2005–2006) The Zula Patrol (2005–2008) Signing Time! (2006–2008) Wunderkind Little Amadeus (2006) Fetch! with Ruff Ruffman (2006–2010) Curious George (2006–2015) SeeMore's Playhouse (2006–2008) Design Squad (2007–2011) WordGirl (2007–2015) WordWorld (2007–2011) Super Why! 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