Georgia Public Broadcasting celebrates 50 years of broadcasting excellence, which began on May 23, 1960 in Athens, Georgia. What started as an outlet for educational programs has grown into the largest media outlet in the state, operating nine television stations, 17 radio stations and a media-rich website. Come celebrate with us this year as we criss-cross our great state premiering soaring documentaries, ebullient music, edgy new productions, award-winning journalism and outstanding educational support to teachers and students in Georgia.

If you’d like a DVD of Augusta’s Master Plan, call GPB at 1-800-222-4788. The basic program is available at $19.95. The Director’s Cut, including extended interviews with Arnold Palmer and Tommy Aaron is available at $29.95.

Inventure Prize

The InVenture Prize @ Georgia Tech is a competition that challenges Georgia Tech undergraduate students to develop and present original inventions. Join us March 17 as GPB follows the young inventors on their quest to win the grand prize!

Meet Teya!

Want to be in charge of GPB? Meet Teya Ryan, GPB’s President, and tell her what you’d like to see, hear and do with GPB. Teya is crisscrossing the state to celebrate our 50th anniversary and hear your ideas for your public media station!

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra

Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and its outstanding Atlanta School of Composers are collaborating with GPB Media to create a fanfare celebrating GPB’s 50th Anniversary and our long and rich partnership with the ASO.

Savannah Music Festival

GPB is teaming up with the Savannah Music Festival to make sweet music all over Georgia. Come celebrate the sounds of world class jazz, classical, blues, bluegrass, opera and more. March 18 - April 3 in Savannah and on GPB Radio!