About Alabama Public Television
Board of Directors
The Alabama Educational Television Commission (AETC) also governs Alabama Public Television affiliate WLRH radio in Huntsville.
Have questions about our broadcast, or need more information about one of our programs?
Community Service Report
It’s not all just about Television, see how APT is making a difference in our state.
This report highlights Alabama Public Television’s (APT) commitment to diversity in both the Alabama Public Television workforce and the Alabama Public Television governance structure.
Employment and Internships
Alabama Public Television is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. Visit this section for opportunities and EEO Outreach Initiative Reports.
These are the latest financial statements of Alabama Public Television and affiliate WLRH radio in Huntsville.
The Alabama Educational Television Commission, licensee for the nine Alabama Public Television stations, was established by the Alabama Legislature in 1953.
Alabama Public Television is committed to enriching the lives of Alabama citizens.
At PBS, we believe that everyone in America deserves great media – so for the past 50 years, we’ve strived to provide people of every age and interest with a classroom, a passport, and a stage for the arts.