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NATURE

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Thursday, June 16, 2022, 8:00-9:00 p.m. 

BROADCHURCH

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Premieres Friday, June 17, 2022, 9:00-10:00 p.m. 

PRESS RELEASE PBS Guam to Launch Community News Programming May 4, 2022

KGTF CHANNEL 12
Guam Educational Telecommunication Corporation

Phone: (671)734-KGTF (5483) * Fax: (671)734-3476 * P.O. Box 21449 GMF, Guam 96921
Website: http//www.pbsguam.org www.youtube.com/pbsguam
www.facebook.com/pbsguam www.instagram.com/pbsguam

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 4, 2022

PBS Guam to Launch Community News Programming

[Mangilao, Guam] – In line with the national PBS affiliate counterparts, PBS Guam is excited to announce the launch of a local morning news program starting Monday, May 9, 2022, at 7 a.m. BUENAS will feature interviews with policymakers, public servants, leaders in the private sector, and other representatives from the community, as well as provide information on upcoming community programs and events.
“This new program fulfills a commitment to the national Public Broadcasting Service and the Corporation for Public Broadcasting to provide more local programming and, specifically, a local news program which will enrich and inform our community,” said PBS Guam General Manager Ina Marie V. Carillo. “For more than 45 years, millions of people in the US have turned to PBS NewsHour for the solid, reliable reporting that has made it one of the most trusted news programs on television and online. We hope that with the launch of our new program BUENAS, we will continue to build on the reputation of PBS as a trusted news source and begin an exciting new chapter in local news programming in Guam.”

Chairman of the Board of Trustees Donovan Brooks said, “I am extremely happy to see PBS Guam join the ranks of Guam’s news and information media. I believe the station has much to offer and is poised to make a solid contribution to our community.”

“My experience in media has allowed me to listen to and provide a platform for community members and public stakeholders alike to voice their concerns and solutions for Guam,” said BUENAS Host Pauly Suba. “It’s exciting to be part of the PBS family. It’s even more exciting to start each day covering the morning’s headlines and addressing the issues with deeper conversations that concern the PBS Audience.”
In addition to broadcasting live on PBS Guam, KGTF Channel 12, the program will livestream on the PBS YouTube Channel, https://youtube.com/user/pbsguam/live, as well as on the PBS Guam Facebook page. PBS Guam will maintain its existing commitment to feature children’s programming daily, in addition to other educational shows.

For more information, contact Pauly Suba at (671) 734-5483 or visit www.pbsguam.org. To send a news tip, email news@pbsguam.org. You can also find us on Facebook or Instagram at @pbsguam.

KGTF CHANNEL 12

Guam Educational Telecommunication Corporation

Phone: (671)734-KGTF (5483) * Fax: (671)734-3476 * P.O. Box 21449 GMF, Guam 96921
Website: http//www.pbsguam.org www.youtube.com/pbsguam
www.facebook.com/pbsguam www.instagram.com/pbsguam

ABOUT OUR HOST:
Pauly Suba has spent the last seven years in local media broadcasting at Sorensen Media Group. He had his hand in everything from marketing to radio and TV broadcasting, and he recently served as news director/news anchor and talk show host. Pauly offers a fresh, thoughtful perspective and looks forward to continuing to report fair and informative news that concerns the people of Guam and the region. Pauly has been married to his best friend, Tash, for almost 20 years, and they have three children, Alex, Ava, and Aaron, and their dogs, Rocket, and Drax.
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