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Inventive. Industrious. Inspired. A History of Akron

Inventive. Industrious. Inspired. A History of Akron

Sunday, Aug. 16, at 8 p.m.
Western Reserve PBS celebrated Akron’s 175th anniversary with a look at the people, businesses and communities that have made this city unique.

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Joel Harper’s Firming After 50

Joel Harper’s Firming After 50

Julia Child Memories: Bon Appétit!

Julia Child Memories: Bon Appétit!

The Big Band Years The Big Band Years
Preview of Generations: Cuyahoga Valley National Park Preview of Generations: Cuyahoga Valley National Park
The Beauty of Oil Painting With Gary and Kathwren Jenkins The Beauty of Oil Painting With Gary and Kathwren Jenkins
Sit and Be Fit Sit and Be Fit

Introducing Our New Digital Channels!

Introducing Our New Digital Channels!

Introducing Our New Digital Channels!
DTV Converter Boxes: A Step-by-Step Guide
 

The Digital Transition

Digital TV Is Here

On Friday, June 12, television stations across the country made the switch from analog to digital television. Western Reserve Public Media can help those who are having difficulty with the transition via its DTV Help Desk. The free service is accessible by phone at 1-877-388-4727 (1-877-DTV-4PBS) or by e-mail at . The station’s Web site, WesternReservePBS.org, also offers detailed information about the DTV transition.

 
The Digital Transition: Are You Ready?
 

The Legacy Society

Western Reserve Public Media is proud to present The Legacy Society to recognize those individuals who have generously planned to honor our organization through their legacy and the contribution of a “planned gift.”

For more information about how you can remember Western Reserve Public Media in your will, contact Lisa Martinez at
1-800-554-4549.

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Aging Smart, in the Opinion of …

Lee Marvin

“One of the good things about getting older is you find you’re more interesting than most of the people you meet.”

     
Local funding for Aging Smart programming provided by:
The Health Plan
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