American Public Television

American Public Television

American Public Television, formerly known as Eastern Educational Television Network, is a leading provider of high-quality, top-rated television programming in the United States.

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American Public Television

American Public Television (APT) was incorporated as Eastern Educational Television Network in 1961. Several decades later, APT now distributes programming to more than 340 local public television stations and oversees a catalog of nearly 4,000 hours of programming. This catalog includes arts, business, culture, documentary, history, lifestyle, music, performance, and science programming. APT has established a record of delivering consistently popular and highly ranked television; each year, APT distributes approximately one-third of the 100 highest-rated public television titles. Past titles have included Julia Child's The French Chef and Mister Roger's Neighborhood, and APT was the first to broadcast professional tennis on television. Today, APT is a renowned industry leader and the second largest distributor of programming to public television stations across the country.

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2003

Documentary - Through the Eyes of the Sculptor