PBS transitioning to community license

DAVID PICCERELLI, president and CEO of WSBE-TV PBS 36, Rhode Island's only public television station, lauded the vote of the station's board of directors setting it on the path to independence from the state.  / PBN FILE PHOTO/FRANK MULLIN
DAVID PICCERELLI, president and CEO of WSBE-TV PBS 36, Rhode Island's only public television station, lauded the vote of the station's board of directors setting it on the path to independence from the state. / PBN FILE PHOTO/FRANK MULLIN
PROVIDENCE – The Rhode Island Public Telecommunications Authority voted to begin the process of transitioning WSBE-TV, PBS 36 - Rhode Island PBS - from a state licensee to a community licensee. The authority is the broadcast license holder of WBSE - the Ocean State’s only public television station. According to a release announcing the decision,…
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