Friday, November 22, 2013
Help bring the new old barns show to your local PBS station!
An earlier post had mentioned the PBS stations and markets penetrated/gained so far by the newest 'American Barn Stories' episode and also encouraged people/YOU to contact your local PBS provider to ask that the series be made available on your local PBS air.
This post makes it easy for you to contact your local PBS stations across the country wherever you are in America -- CALL THEM -- numbers are available at the link below.
Click on this link to find contact info for your local PBS station:
Call your local PBS station as per below and ask for 'Programming', be nice, have fun with it, rattle their cage on it, and tell them you want to see the, "American Barn Stories and Other Tales From the Heartlands" series on your local PBS station!
And here's another link, Wiki, showing a state-by-state look at the PBS stations around the country -- it has no contact info, just markets info, but it's interesting if you're so inclined:
And if you're not in America, find the shows on Amazon at:
http://www.americanbarnstories.net/#!shop/c161y and stay tuned, we're coming to Europe and the UK in the future!
Here's the list of PBS stations having taken on the HDCam Closed-Captioned Master so far with a couple of new additions (Urbana and Peoria, Illinois USA) and more coming:
These pics are from an old fashioned barn raising in Edgerton, Wisconsin USA a while back with a two-horse hitch team working to raise the bents. Watch for it in the next 'American Barn Stories and Other Tales From the Heartlands' program -- it was a great down-home day in America's Heartland!
More later on it all, thanks for clicking in, and what fun, eh?
Tom (and Arthur -- talked to him last night-- he's doing OK)