A E T N Logo P B S logo
Support the Programs You Love DONATE NOW

About AETN Engage

AETN Engage provides an interactive connection to you, our viewers and fans. Through Engage, we work to develop more meaningful conversations, encourage relationships with our audiences and share the latest AETN news. Here you can:

Your loyalty inspires us. Let's talk.

AETN's monthly newsletter gives you the month's popular local and national programs, new program announcements, events, contests, PBS news and more.


AETN Pressroom

Engage Blog

Explore Monterey Bay in Real-Time With “Big Blue Live”

AETN and PBS are committed to delivering high-quality nature and science programming, and you can see it like never before in “Big Blue Live” Aug. 31-Sept. 2! Each night at 7, we’ll join co-hosts Dr. M. Sanjayan and Liz Bonnin to interact in real-time with a variety of marine wildlife throughout California’s Monterey Bay. Read More

Tori's Travels - 5 Musical Sites to See in Arkansas

Tori the AETN Marketing Intern here! So far we have explored the musical history of Arkansas Hwy. 67 and Walnut Ridge. These are not the only places in the state with a musical past. Check out this list of the top 5 musical sites to see in Arkansas this summer. Read More

“Steel Rails in Arkansas” Screenings Aug. 29-30

Arkansas train enthusiasts, don’t miss our preview screenings of “Steel Rails in Arkansas” at the Jacksonville Train Show! Showings will be held at the Jacksonville Community Center from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Aug. 29 and 30. Read More

“Cooking on the Wild Side” Recipes — Aug. 2015

From soup to sweets, John and Phyllis have your tastebuds covered in this month’s “Cooking on the Wild Side”! Find their recipes for Farmer’s Market Gazpacho, Creole Catfish and Ooey Gooey Bread after the jump. Read More

Tori's Travels - Beatles in Walnut Ridge

I’m Tori! As an AETN Marketing Intern, I am fulfilling my love of traveling and exploring the musical heritage of Arkansas Highway 67. The town of Walnut Ridge along Arkansas Highway 67 pays tribute to a special group of musical visitors it had in 1964. Read More

Take a stand for the local stations and programs you love. Learn more 9
Next Avenue Logo

Next Avenue is a digital platform launched by PBS that offers original and aggregated journalism aimed at baby boomers. Next Avenue is PBS' first venture to begin on the Internet rather than on broadcast television.