Partners Stations of Move to Include
Through television and radio programming, as well as special events, Move to Include is comprised of PBS KIDS programs, prime-time curated TV specials, news and arts features, radio talk shows, social media and online content, and film screenings.
Move to Include was launched in 2014 as a partnership between WXXI Public Media in Rochester, NY and the Golisano Foundation, the nation’s largest private foundation devoted to supporting programs for people with intellectual disabilities. The Foundation has provided more than $1 million in funding to date for Move to Include.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting recognized the importance of the Move to Include model and awarded WXXI Public Media a grant to expand efforts to five additional public media stations. WXXI Public Media is leading the expansion of the successful six-year multimedia initiative. Move to Include PBS affiliate stations include: WFYI (Indianapolis), OPB (Oregon), WGCU (Southwest Florida), WCNY (Syracuse, NY), and Iowa Public Television. Each station will organize its own community partnerships, acquire and create content, and provide outreach, engagement, and promotion for the initiative.
Iowa PBS is Iowa’s statewide public broadcasting network. Iowa PBS provides quality, innovative media and services that educate, inform, enrich and inspire Iowans throughout the state. A noncommercial, public-service mission enables the network to present an unequaled array of programs of lasting value to Iowans regardless of where they live or what they can afford. Viewers turn to Iowa PBS on-air and online for programming that reflects a range of interests for Iowans in all demographic categories.
OPB is a nationally recognized leader in public media, providing news, information and entertainment to the Northwest. With award-winning journalists and original series, OPB illuminates the people, places and issues of the region and puts stories into context. OPB creates content and programs that can be accessed anywhere, at any time on OPB TV, OPB Radio, opb.org and on digital and social media.
WCNY was founded in 1965 as The Educational Television Council of Central New York. Today, it is a community-owned media company that produces content across multiple platforms, including television and radio programs, dynamic web and targeted email content, the WCNY CONNECT member magazine, and social media. Through online stream technology, WCNY has a global broadcast audience of viewers and listeners throughout the United States and 17 countries. WCNY operates five digital, pledge-free broadcast channels and three radio stations. Towers are located in Watertown and Utica, and WCNY’s radio programming extends into Canada. Classic FM is one of a few radio stations in the world dedicated to locally programmed music.
WGCU is Southwest Florida’s source for PBS and NPR. As a member-supported service of Florida Gulf Coast University, WGCU’s mission is to inspire, inform, educate, engage and entertain through the power of public media. Serving all or part of 12 counties in South and Southwest Florida with five distinct digital TV channels, two FM radio channels, two HD radio channels, and one subcarrier, WGCU delivers national and international programming, educational programs, community-based initiatives, and informative and entertaining events that make public media integral to the vitality of Southwest Florida.
Since 1970, WFYI has served central Indiana as a trusted friend. Its public radio and TV stations and its community engagement activities continue to inform, entertain and educate Hoosiers of all ages and walks of life. WFYI broadcasts original content and programming from PBS and NPR.
WXXI Public Media is an award-winning broadcast family of services dedicated to meeting the lifelong educational needs of its viewers. WXXI operates four digital TV channels, and an array of radio services which include an NPR station, a full-time classical music station, a Triple-A station, and a radio-reading service for the visually impaired.
WXXI’s Education and Outreach Services deliver educational services to the community through educational programming, Ready To Learn, resources to preK-12, adult education and out of school learning organizations, on-demand educational video, online resources, social media offerings for parents and educators, informal family learning events, youth media film festival, in-person outreach initiatives and local educational productions.
Learn More at PBS Learning Media
PBS Learning Media brings the power of PBS and your local station together in a free curated resource for educators and families alike. Open the door to the world with PBS Learning Media. Visit our dedicated Move to Include curated playlist online.