Georgia Public Broadcasting will be launching a new digital education channel on October 1, 2008. This new channel, GPB Knowledge, will be available throughout the state of
To receive GPB Educational programs, Educators have the option of:
live viewing on GPB Knowledge (on television)
downloading from GPB Education Streaming to their computers for later viewing
storing on portable devices for more convenient viewing (i.e., flash drives or burning to CDs).
Schools will receive GPB Knowledge via cable
or by tuning your digital receiver to 8.3
For schools without cable, commercial satellite or digital reception, a converter box is recommended. They may be purchased wherever electronics are sold and cost between $40 and $80 dollars. This will convert analog televisions - TVs with “rabbit ear” antennas - to digital format so you and your students may enjoy digital broadcasting.
In the event that your area does not have access to broadcast television and you’d like to watch GPB Knowledge, the channel may be accessed on your computer by using a USBTV Tuner.
Here is a list of the current programs you’ve come to rely on as classroom tools from GPB and where you may find them now:
Programs on the GPB Knowledge Channel:
English Composition: Writing for an Audience
American Passages: A Literary Survey
Art of the Western World
Careers for the 21st Century
Programs continuing on Georgia Public Broadcasting:
American History through Southern Eyes
2008 Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrators Contest
Georgia Read More
Guiding Children Successfully
Right from Birth
Going to School
Keeping Kids Healthy
A Child’s Bookshelf
GPEE Bus Trip Across Georgia
Programs available for streaming on GPB.org:
Count On It!
Green Tree Frog
Youth Art: Reflections on the World
Programs available for download from
GPB Education Streaming:
Count On It!
Georgia Stories I & II
GPB Classroom: Chemistry
GPB Classroom: Physics
The Green Tree Frog: How a Bill Becomes a Law