Who is Detroit PBS?

Educating, Entertaining, and Enriching the Community


As a non-commercial, educational public television station serving the Detroit metropolitan area, Detroit PBS, licensed to Detroit Public Media, offers a diverse range of programming aimed at educating, informing, and entertaining audiences of all ages.

As a member station of the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), we provide locally produced content and national PBS programs covering news, arts and culture, science, history, and children's education.

Additionally, we operate 90.9 WRCJ FM, Detroit's classical and jazz radio station, enhancing the community's access to cultural and artistic programming. Dedicated to serving diverse interests, we are committed to our role as a valuable community resource.


Our commitment to transparency and quality has earned us the GuideStar Platinum Seal of Transparency for non-profits.

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Our Service to Canada

Detroit PBS proudly extends its service to our neighbors in Canada, offering a rich array of programming that reflects shared values and interests. Please note that due to online geo-restrictions, access to some programming may vary for our Canadian audience. Through our initiatives, we strive to contribute to the cultural enrichment and knowledge exchange between communities on both sides of the border.