Recommended Mobile and Online Services from Public Broadcasting

This list can help you find mobile apps and websites as well as other online services provided by public broadcasting. Select terms from the lists below (hold the control/command button while clicking to select multiple terms) and click apply. Only items that match all of your selected terms will appear.

NPR News

The NPR News iPhone app offers audiences a new way to find NPR Stations, programs, and stories, and keep up with NPR News on the go.

iPhone App
Open Tunings with Scott Regan

Scott Regan introduces you to an eclectic mix of rock, folk, acoustic, and categories of music that have yet to be defined.

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PBS for iPad

Hot off the (digital) press, "PBS for iPad" is updated daily and features more than 300 commercial-free videos, including full-length episodes, segments, and previews.

iPad App
PBS iPhone

Hot off the (digital) press, "PBS for iPad" is updated daily and features more than 300 commercial-free videos, including full-length episodes, segments, and previews.

iPhone App

The free PBS KIDS Video app includes clips and full episodes from PBS KIDS series like THE CAT IN THE HAT KNOWS A LOT ABOUT THAT!, DINOSAUR TRAIN, CURIOUS GEORGE, SUPER WHY, SESAME STREET, WORDGIRL and  WILD KRATTS.

iPad App, iPhone App
PBS NewsHour

The app provides easy, mobile access to all content produced by the PBS NewsHour.

iPhone App
Planet Money

Get the best Planet Money has to offer built specifically for your iPhone. It's the global economy in your pocket.

iPad App, iPhone App
Public Radio Player

The Public Radio Player is a free iPhone application that offers streaming audio from public radio stations across the United States. The Public Radio Player currently offers approximately 481 station streams (including WXXI-AM 1370, Classical 91.5, and WRUR 88.5) and over 1,000 on-demand programs.

iPhone App
Randy Gorbman

News Director at WXXI in Rochester, NY.

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Robert Hammond

Host of Stage Notes, the music of Broadway, a weekly, syndicated radio program originating from WXXI.

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