Rocky Mountain PBS, KRMA Channel 6
|Rocky Mountain PBS reaches fours million viewers in Colorado and surrounding states, providing top-quality education, entertainment and news programming. From its beginning in 1956 as an instructional TV station, broadcasting a few hours each day, Denver's KRMA, Channel 6 has evolved into a full-service PBS member station with a round-the-clock schedule. Rocky Mountain PBS is the premier provider of signature PBS programs - offering some of the best television in the world 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Rocky Mountain PBS is poised to reach far more viewers through cutting-edge telecommunications in the 21st century. Interactive, multimedia digital television will revolutionize television viewing, and high definition television (HDTV) images will be as vibrant and clear as real life.
Rocky Mountain PBS commits nearly a quarter of its broadcast schedule to quality programs for children, such as Sesame Street, Dragon Tales, Arthur, Barney, and others which help stimulate learning in an entertaining way. PBS children's programming has a well-earned reputation for its positive impact on the verbal and math skills of young children, and the Rocky Mountain PBS Kids Club helps families choose the best viewing and activities. And, as an education resource, Rocky Mountain PBS serves a half-million Colorado students.