Welcome to Twin Cities Public Television!


Welcome to Twin Cities PBS!

TPT has a wide variety of volunteering opportunities available! Our volunteers work with families in our Second Saturday program, take pledges on live television, set up screenings and films, help out at the State Fair, and more. 

Volunteers receive reimbursed parking, t-shirts, annual Volunteer Appreciation Party, and the feeling of giving back to our community.

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Pledge

Pledge Drives are a unique fundraising tool that TPT/PBS uses to engage and interact with our audience. During Live Pledge nights, you are on the air as a representative of TPT. It's a chance to thank our members while encouraging the kind of financial support that enables us to create educational and meaningful programs.

Not sure about pledge? Watch this intro video to familiarize yourself with Pledge!

https://vimeo.com/339149478/a3ab2ef837

 

You will receive training on our computer software prior to the broadcast and dine on wonderful food donated by one of our fabulous sponsors. We have great hosts that will assist you if you are having a problem the entire night.

Parking in the Lowertown Ramp is validated.

Activity Shifts Start End
Monday Pledge Drive, featuring "Newshour," "Antiques Roadshow," and "History of Christianity" 1 3/9/2020 3/9/2020
Sunday, Live Pledge- featuring "Rick Steves Marathon" 0 3/8/2020 3/8/2020
Thursday Pledge, showing "Newshour," "Miss Fisher Uncovered," and "EastEnders" 1 3/5/2020 3/5/2020
Tuesday Pledge Drive, featuring "Newshour," "Celtic Thunder," "Hall and Oates in Dublin" 1 3/10/2020 3/10/2020
Wednesday Pledge Drive, featuring "Nature: Equus," and "Celtic Roots with Nathan Carter" 0 3/11/2020 3/11/2020

TPT Mission Statement

To enrich lives and strengthen our community through the power of media.