PBS Guam, KGTF, Channel 12 is proud to announce the release of its PBS Video mobile application which has launched in both Guam and the CNMI. This application is the first of its kind for Guam and the Northern Marianas Islands and allows viewers to watch the live PBS Guam broadcast from anywhere.
PBS Video is available for free download on the Apple App store and the Google Play store. Users will be able to watch entertaining and educational PBS Guam television programs live, as we would on television. When using the application for the first time, a pop-up will show that the application has been localized to the PBS Guam station. Users are advised to keep this setting by clicking on the “Dismiss” response button.
Watch all your favorite PBS programs like Clifford the Big Red Dog, Dinosaur Train, PBS News Hour and more live. Previous episodes are also available to watch; in case you couldn’t catch it live. When registered within the application you can create your own playlists, mark your favorites, and receive notifications on upcoming broadcasts. Want to see what’s coming up? The PBS Guam broadcast schedule is also available to view in the application.
“Through the support of The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, PBS Guam has been afforded this wonderful opportunity to allow our Guam residents and our sister island residents in the Northern Marianas Islands access to free educational and informative programs.”, said Ina C. Carillo, General Manager, PBS Guam KGTF Channel 12. “I have been in contact with several residents of Saipan and Rota and have received their confirmation that the applications are indeed working properly in these areas.”
Also available for download on both operating systems, PBS KIDS Video mobile application. This application features all of PBS’s distinguished children’s programs that allows children and their parents to watch PBS Guam KGTF live 24-7 children’s programming. In this application, children can also select episodes of their favorite PBS Kids shows like Curios George, Clifford the Big Red Dog, The Cat in the Hat, Super Why, and Sesame Street.
ABOUT PBS GUAM, KGTF, CHANNEL 12: For over 50 years, PBS Guam KGTF Channel 12 has been serving the island community of Guam by providing quality and meaningful programming that aims to educate, inform and inspire viewers of all walks of life. To do this, PBS offers programming (such as Sesame Street) that expands the minds of children, documentaries that open up new worlds, non-commercialized news programs (such as Frontline) that keep citizens informed on world events and cultures, Masterpiece drama series (such as Victoria) and programs that expose America to the worlds of music, theater, dance and art not found on mainstream media. PBS Guam also aims to reflect the community’s vibrant cultural, artistic and civic interests by offering stimulating and diverse, locally engaging content.