Key Facts

November 2005
Public Broadcasting Service SWOT Analysis;Nov2005, p4
SWOT Analysis
Company Report
This chapter presents key facts about Public Broadcasting Service (PBS), a non-profit organization engaged in providing educational content to public television stations across the U.S. Information including the organization's head office address, contact numbers, and Web site address are given.


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