Since 1973, PBS Western Reserve has enriched the lives of Northeast Ohioans through high-quality noncommercial television programming, educational services and community engagement activities that educate, entertain and inspire. PBS Western Reserve serves the largest population among Ohio’s eight PBS member stations. Our broadcast channels — Western Reserve PBS, Fusion, and First Nations Experience or FNX — are available to 5.13 million viewers in Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania.
PBS Western Reserve’s Educational Technology and Services, funded by the Ohio Department of Education, serves K-12 students and educators in 10 Ohio counties, which includes over 100 public school districts, over 150 nonpublic schools, over 300,000 students and over 24,000 educators. Since 1973, Educational Services has been training teachers to use the latest educational technologies in their classrooms. Teachers also use the station’s locally produced multimedia curriculum projects and in-school technology and consultation services.