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SPEECHES

Patrick Butler Speaks at the Media Institute Luncheon
On Thursday, May 17, 2012, APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler addressed members of the Media Institute in Washington DC.
Patrick Butler's Presidential Remarks at The 2012 Public Media Summit
On Monday, February 27, APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler delivered remarks at The 2012 Public Media Summit
Patrick Butler's Speech at the Chattanooga Rotary
On Thursday, January 19, 2012, APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler addressed members of the Chattanooga Rotary.
Patrick Butler's Speech at APT Conference 2011
On Friday, November 11, 2011, APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler addressed attendees at the APT Conference.
Patrick Butler's Speech at NETA Conference 2011
On Wednesday, October 19, 2011, APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler addressed attendees at the NETA Conference
Patrick Butler's Speech at APTS Capitol Hill Day 2011
On Monday, April 4, 2011, APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler Delivered his Presidential Address at Capitol Hill Day
Patrick Butler Remarks at the NETA Conference
On Thursday, January 13, 2011, APTS President and CEO Addressed Attendees at the NETA Conference
Rod Bates Remarks at the FCC Workshop on the Future of Media
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) held a workshop on Friday, April 30, 2010 on the Future of Media. This all day workshop was entitled, "Public and Other Noncommercial Media in the Digital Era."
Lonna Thompson's Speech at the PBS Annual Meeting 2010
Lonna Thompson, APTS Interim President and CEO, addressed attendees at the PBS Annual Meeting in Austin, TX. Thompson's speech focused on the role that APTS plays in broadband deployment, spectrum re-packing and the future of journalism.

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Variety Article Details Deep Cuts to CPB Expected by President Trump

APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler explains what how public broadcasting stations will preserve federal funding cuts to local stations.
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NBC News Article Explains How Cuts To Public Broadcasting Funding Will Affect Local Workers and Stations

This NBC News article explains how eliminating the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) would have a far-reaching effect on public television and radio stations across the country.
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The Signal

THE SIGNAL - December 2016

Register Today for the APTS 2017 Public Media Summit; Patrick Butler Essay on the New Washington Published in Current; Technology Coalition Webinar on New Broadcast Standard Available Now; ESSA Family Engagement Plan Memo Available to Stations
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THE SIGNAL - October 2016

The 2017 Public Media Summit Registration is Now Open; APTS and DHS Enter Agreement to Promote Datacasting in this edition of The Signal.
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