About PBS North CoastMembership Access Login
Times and technologies change, but our public-service mission remains constant.
- Our History
Milestones from our years of serving the northcoast.
- Board of Directors
Current members of PBS North Coast's board.
- Related Organizations
Organizations related to PBS North Coast.
- Viewer Services
The various services PBS North Coast provides to you, the viewer.
- PBS North Coast FAQ
A list of frequently asked questions and answers.
PBS North Coast Community Advisory Board
Current employment opportunities at PBS North Coast.
- Contact Us
Ask us questions, or send us feedback about any of our various services.
- Caption Complaint
Inform us of your concerns regarding the closed captioning services on our programs.
- Diversity Policy
PBS North Coast's Diversity Policy
- Public Media Code of Integrity
- FCC Public Files
PBS North Coast Profile and Public Inspection Files.
- Audited Statements and 990 Forms
- Local Content and Service Reports
View PBS North Coast's Local Content and Service Reports to the Community.
Welcome to PBS North Coast, PBS North Coast’s Public Media web site.
I'm David Gordon, Executive Director of PBS North Coast. I hope you’ll take the time to explore our site and discover the many ways this community-licensed public television station has a positive impact on your life. While here on this site, you can become a member, check out our current and past programs, discover when your favorite shows will be on, and sign up to become a PBS North Coast volunteer.
PBS North Coast has a very proud history of being an important part of life here for more than 48 years. We serve our local communities with trusted news and programs that inspire, respect and educate our audience. PBS North Coast delivers this service through multiple outlets, including television and digital media, adapting to remain relevant in a rapidly changing world.
PBS North Coast provides five distinct channels of programming: PBS; PBS Kids; Create, featuring how-to, DIY and other lifestyle-oriented instructional programming; FNX (First Nations Experience), featuring Native American & Indigenous programming created by the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians & KVCR; and World, featuring non-fiction, science, nature, news, public affairs and documentary programming. These five channels include everything from SESAME STREET and CURIOUS GEORGE to MASTERPIECE, FRONTLINE, NOVA, and AMERICAN EXPERIENCE. That is the essence of what we do: Bring programming of cultural, musical, educational and entertainment significance to people who would otherwise never see them.
We rely very heavily on financial support from our members and we would like to add YOU to our public television family. If you are not a member already I hope you'll consider joining as a Sustaining Member today. To find out more about becoming a PBS North Coast member and membership benefits, or if you have any questions or comments about this site or about the services of your public television station, call (707) 445-0813, CLICK HERE to reach us via email, or write to us at PO Box 13, Eureka, CA, 95502. We look forward to hearing from you! And be sure to follow us on Facebook and on Twitter @PBS_North_Coast. We would love to have a dialogue with you about any of the programs and services we offer.