Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: PBS

  Pbs Videos - Metacafe
Bumpers for PBS Saturday Morning used for the 1979-80 season.
Eduardo Quezada comenta sobre la controversial serie de PBS que relata las batallas de la segunda Guerra Mundial pero que no incluye la perspectiva...
PBS KIDS Sprout, the first 24-hour preschool destination available on TV, on demand and online for kids ages 2-5 and their parents and caregivers,...
www.metacafe.com /tags/pbs   (260 words)

  Public Broadcasting Service - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
PBS was founded in 1969, at which time it took over many of the functions of its predecessor, National Educational Television (NET).
PBS is not a broadcast network in the sense in which that term is usually used in the United States.
PBS stations are commonly operated by non-profit organizations or universities in their community of license.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/PBS   (1985 words)

 PBS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
PBS member stations traditionally fulfilled their mandate by providing government supported, high-pitch programming, [17] but in the current environment it is likely that commercial programmers will take over that task and render much of PBS's mission obsolete.
PBS will be able to procure limited funding for a few types of programming that commercial organizations will not provide, but if the production and distribution of these programs are retained as PBS's main focus, the future for public broadcasting looks dim, especially if the current Congressional mood is taken into account.
PBS is a respected national organization with a commitment to public education and strong local ties throughout the nation.
xenia.media.mit.edu /~vanessa/pbs/pbs.html   (4088 words)

 PBS Surveys
PBS Surveys is a web application that enables schools implementing positive behavior support plans to monitor progress, solicit feedback from teachers and other staff, adjust to local needs and challenges, and identify accomplishments.
PBS school teams can use this survey data to assess whether school-wide behavior support programs are (a) being implemented with fidelity and (b) providing benefits to students.
PBS is the application of behavior analysis and systems change perspectives within the context of person-centered values to the intensely social problems created by behaviors such as self-injury, aggression, property destruction, pica, defiance, and disruption.
www.pbssurveys.org /pages/Home.aspx   (592 words)

 GSA - Public Buildings Service
PBS is a leader in energy conservation, sustainability, recycling, and historic preservation--maintaining more than 400 historic properties in the federal government's inventory.
PBS commissions the country's most talented artists to create artwork for new federal buildings and conserves a substantial inventory of artwork from the past.
PBS aims to be the provider of choice for federal agencies, to be easy to do business with, to help federal agencies use real estate more efficiently, and to provide lasting value in everything it does.
www.gsa.gov /Portal/gsa/ep/channelView.do?pageTypeId=8199&channelPage=/ep/channel/gsaOverview.jsp&channelId=-13303   (409 words)

This is a tutorial on how to use PBS to submit jobs to such systems and monitor their status.
PBS has since become the leader in supercomputer workload management and the de facto standard on Linux clusters.With PBS you can better control your computing resources.
PBS provides users with a single coherent interface to all their computing resources.
www.mcsr.olemiss.edu /appssubpage.php?pagename=pbs_1.inc&menu=vMBPBS.inc   (232 words)

 USATODAY.com - PBS updates editorial standards   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Changes approved by the PBS board now go to the service's funding organization, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, for its consideration, and millions of dollars in revenue for PBS could be at stake in the corporation's review.
Revisions adopted by the PBS board include a requirement that commentary and opinion be labeled as such, and that program producers offer more information on how they gathered material and made their editorial decisions.
PBS is a private, nonprofit media enterprise that serves the nation's 348 public noncommercial television stations, reaching nearly 90 million people each week.
usatoday.com /life/television/news/2005-06-15-pbs-standards_x.htm?...   (482 words)

 OpinionJournal - Peggy Noonan
If you are a conservative and have watched the past 30 years of PBS documentaries and talk shows, chances are you are angry, legitimately, and looking to apply a little punishment.
It is true that if you tell PBS producers they are now doing a play series they will immediately decide to remount "Angels in America." How about a rule: It takes at least 50 years for a currently esteemed work to prove itself a work of art, a true classic.
PBS should be refunded, because it does not and will not exist elsewhere if it is not.
www.opinionjournal.com /columnists/pnoonan/?id=110006824   (1329 words)

 PBS Scrutiny Raises Political Antennas (washingtonpost.com)
PBS, they say, is being forced to toe a more conservative line in its programming by the Republican-dominated agency that provides about $30 million in federal funds to the Alexandria-based service.
PBS officials were unaware that the corporation intended to review its news and public affairs programs, such as "The NewsHour With Jim Lehrer" and "Frontline," until the appointments were publicly announced.
In January, PBS came in for more criticism, this time a rebuke from Education Secretary Margaret Spellings over an episode of a children's travelogue program in which a rabbit character named Buster paid a visit to two families headed by lesbians.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A8067-2005Apr21.html   (1166 words)

 News from Agape Press
Los Angeles-based newspaper columnist Glenn Sacks has uncovered documents showing PBS chose to ignore the fact that, in 1998, a California court found Sadia Loeliger guilty of eight counts of child abuse.
According to Sacks, PBS ignored facts available about the mom and her 16-year-old daughter, as well as a request from the girl's father she not be included in the film.
PBS -- which says the film and its content are under review -- has not issued a retraction, but continues to receive thousands of e-mails and phone calls protesting the program.
headlines.agapepress.org /archive/11/142005b.asp   (426 words)

 Paralyzed Broadcasting System | Salon.com
But for PBS insiders and longtime supporters, the skirmish, and the speed with which PBS backed down in the face of threats from the Bush administration, mark a new low point for the broadcasting institution and a dangerous development for the public.
And dangerous because it highlights the inside-the-Beltway environment in which PBS is forced to operate, where funding concerns often trump programming decisions, and the fear of upsetting conservatives has become a driving force.
According to a knowledgeable source, one outside lobbyist for PBS, Karen Nussle, the wife of Rep. Jim Nussle, R-Iowa, told executives at the network that if they went ahead and aired the disputed "Buster" episode, she would not be able to help them politically.
dir.salon.com /story/news/feature/2005/02/04/pbs_and_conservatives/index.html   (967 words)

 PBS Discussion Boards: Register   (Site not responding. Last check: )
PBS does not have any obligation to, and does not in the normal course, monitor or control any Information that is or becomes available on the discussion board.
PBS also reserves the right to deny you access to the discussion board if your behavior on the board is deemed to be violation of these rules.
PBS has no obligation to exercise such reservation of rights by PBS; however, PBS has also adopted and implemented a policy respecting the copyright law that provides for the termination in appropriate circumstances of users of the PBS discussion board who are repeat infringers.
partners.pbs.org /servlet/com.multicity.partners.servlets.ServePage/intro/user?domainid=1220&instanceid=1240219001&sessionid=45440120021206085658   (812 words)

 PBS Continues Probe into Biased Film: Newsroom: The Independent Institute
Was the tax-funded PBS used as "the launching pad for a very partisan effort to drive public policy and law?" Other explanations for the apparent bias, like incompetence or ideological blindness, could be to blame.
PBS' final review of the documentary is still pending, but the memo is hardly a propitious sign.
I believe PBS should lose all tax privileges and funding, but you need not be a radical to want a straight answer to a simple question from a publicly accountable agency.
www.independent.org /newsroom/article.asp?id=1631   (903 words)

 The Taxpayer-Funded Dogma of PBS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Several months later, PBS sought to ease the producer’s frustrations with a second airing of the “Evolution” propaganda campaign in the Spring of 2002.
What PBS has attempted to hide, they have exposed; what PBS has twisted, they have straightened out; where PBS has invented falsehoods, they have demonstrated the lies to be what they really are.
It’s shame enough on PBS that the American public continues to be subjected to PBS’s anti-Christian philosophical prejudices—in part, at their own expense.
www.trueorigin.org /pbsevolution.asp   (340 words)

 PBS TeacherSource - PBS Online Privacy Policy
PBS uses the information from cookies to deliver relevant local resources, remember browser preferences, and improve our visitors’ experiences on the site.
PBS does not sell information collected by cookies nor use the information for commerce-related purposes.
PBS TeacherSource allows educators to set a cookie to remember their subject and grade level preferences.
aolsvc.pbs.aol.com /teachersource/privacy.shtm   (805 words)

 Destroying PBS
They are using the lame pretext that PBS is somehow liberal to justify it into a propaganda organ for the government.
Ken Tomlinson is a disgrace to the purpose of that board, he has a political agenda and is engaging in a raw display of ideological bullying.
It is quite clear he believes PBS and NPR should also function as cheerleaders for the government.
www.commondreams.org /views05/0617-27.htm   (926 words)

 The Seattle Times: Television: While PBS burrows, KCTS airs "Buster"
PBS attempted to placate the U.S. Department of Education by pulling an episode of the children's show "Postcards from Buster" in which Buster, an animated bunny, visits real-life kids with real-life lesbian parents in Vermont.
PBS president Pat Mitchell is learning the lessons of politicking and principle the hard way.
All her vast efforts are fruitless if public television becomes a reflection of whatever administration happens to be in charge.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /html/television/2002169960_kay04.html   (966 words)

 PBS: crosshaired? | MetaFilter   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Give it a couple of years and PBS will be just as unwatchable as the rest of American television.
Even the most liberal PBS shows like Frontline tend to focus on the problem and solutions, not on vilifying the opposition.
and, yeah, pbs could be a little more even-handed, but it's becoming increasingly difficult to satisfy conservatives without getting into religious matters (and by religion, i mean the christian right), and no one religion should hold sway over public broadcasting.
www.metafilter.com /mefi/41689   (1776 words)

 Tired of the PBS (Kenneth Tomlinson is doing heroic work.)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
PBS is a government subsidy for obnoxious, deep-pocketed progressives and a jobs program for liberal journalists.
That liberals view PBS as their personal playhouse is seen in the hysterical reaction of PBS staffers to Tomlinson's mild programming suggestions, which resulted in Tucker Carlson getting a show and "The Journal Editorial Report," hosted by Paul Gigot of the Wall Street Journal.
I like many shows on PBS and yet like the author know that the show I like are not a part of the mainstream of PBS i.e.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1395640/posts   (2747 words)

 Current Briefing: Public TV goes digital and high-definition
PBS debuted its HDTV service in November 1998 with a visually bountiful documentary on Dale Chihuly's glassblowing tour.
PBS and Intel Corp. demonstrated one kind of enhancement with an interactive supplement to a 1998 bio of Frank Lloyd Wright.
As the proposed standard was completed in 1995, PBS worked with commercial broadcasters to keep open the broadcasting industry's laboratory where the standard was tested.
www.current.org /dtv   (2668 words)

 School-wide PBS
The purpose of school-wide PBS is to establish a climate in which appropriate behavior is the norm.
The school-wide PBS process emphasizes the creation of systems that support the adoption and durable implementation of evidence-based practices and procedures, and fit within on-going school reform efforts.
However, school-wide PBS has a lot of characteristics that overlap with other initiatives.
www.pbis.org /schoolwide.htm   (1008 words)

 PBS Professional 7.1
PBS Professional Version 7.1 provides a higher level of integration with select MPI libraries which result in improved resiliency under a variety of system failure modes.
PBS Professional has been able to launch and monitor MPI jobs for many years.
This tighter integration within PBS professional V7.1 minimizes the need for manual intervention when a system failure occurs within a set of nodes running a MPI job.
www.altair.com /software/pbspro.htm   (317 words)

 PBS | Sponsorship
Sponsorship of PBS programming can provide your organization with a unique and valued opportunity to reach into 99% of American homes and touch the lives of millions of PBS viewers.
Not only are PBS program sponsors recognized by our members and viewers as an integral part of the PBS community, but they are also appreciated as the part that makes some of our viewers' most valued programs possible.
PBS audiences aren’t just larger than you think; they’re also filled with active, affluent and engaged viewers.
aolsvc.pbs.aol.com /sponsorship   (421 words)

 The American Spectator
I knew that by entering the coliseum of elite liberalism a toxic tidal wave of hate mail would be released upon me, and that it would only confirm my point that PBS is the privileged playhouse of a liberal nomenklatura that will claw any conservative who dares touch or even question it.
And the PBS partisans can't even restrict their wrath to me. So worked up into a lather at my mere presence on their home turf some of them have expressed outrage that NewsHour correspondent Jeffrey Brown didn't rig the game better.
PBS, as a decaying monument to LBJ's Great Society from which it came, is one of the left's last redoubts and they will not surrender taxpayer money without a savage fight.
www.spectator.org /dsp_article.asp?art_id=8350   (832 words)

 Portable Batch System - User Guide
They run PBS independently, in the sense that each have all of the three components.
Based on the CPU time needed for running the job, as specified at the time of submitting the job, the job is moved on to one of the four execution queues.
Sometimes, PBS is not able to deliver your output files if any of your init files (.cshrc,.login,.profile) produce output to the terminal.
www.doesciencegrid.org /public/pbs/homepage.html   (618 words)

 PBS: Pseudo-Boolean Solver and Optimizer
A new version of PBS is currently available.
To get notified of future updates of PBS please email faloul@eecs.umich.edu your Name, Email, and Affiliation.
PBS: A Backtrack Search Pseudo-Boolean Solver" Symposium on the Theory and Applications of Satisfiability Testing (SAT), 2002.
www.eecs.umich.edu /~faloul/Tools/pbs   (100 words)

 Medicare Australia Your Health - Our services for you
Here you can find out more about the PBS —including how much you will pay, how to save money on medicine and how to use medicine wisely.
Are protected by the PBS Safety Net —keep a record of how much you spend.
Make sure you know the rules about travelling overseas with PBS medicine.
www.medicareaustralia.gov.au /yourhealth/our_services/pbs.htm   (115 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.