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You might say these shows get a lot of public support. Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) is a non-profit organization that provides educational and public interest programming to more than 350 member public TV stations in the US. In addition to such programs as NOVA, "This Old House", and Masterpiece Theatre, it provides related services such as distribution, fundraising support, and technology development. PBS gets its revenue from underwriting, membership dues, federal funding (including grants from the not-for-profit Corporation for Public Broadcasting), royalties... More

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PBS President, CEO, and Director Paula A. Kerger

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Pros: Strong mission-oriented culture. Good finances. Revitalized senior leadership team (finally working together and breaking down silos.) Full Review

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No Offer – Interviewed in Anchorage, AK – Reviewed Feb 4, 2014

Interview Details – you had anbehavioral interviewFull Interview

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