Twin Cities Public Television (tpt), is the PBS affiliate station serving Minneapolis/St. Paul. A noted producer of award-winning PBS programs, tpt‘s output spans distinguished specials and series in science, medicine, and history.
For more than 25 years, Twin Cities Public Television’s Science Unit has served youth, parents, and teachers with TV series, activity guides, multimedia software, and websites. Projects include the classic PBS series Newton’s Apple, DragonflyTV, documentaries for NOVA, SciGirls, and our newest project, Sparticl.
For each of our TV series, we’ve created innovative multimedia and websites taking advantage of the most current online technology and software. For SciGirls, we built the first safe social network for children on pbs.org and won a national Daytime Emmy for our innovative mix of television and the web.
Twin Cities Public Television’s mission is to enrich lives and strengthen our community through the power of media. Established in 1957 as an educational broadcaster, tpt has evolved into a diversified media organization that operates television channels, produces programs for regional and national television broadcast, operates numerous web sites, partners with hundreds of community organizations, and produces rich media content for web distribution.
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