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Host a PBS Utah Screening

As "Utah's Storyteller," PBS Utah provides libraries, schools, and community centers across the state with access to the best independently produced local content. Our hope is that you can use this program to supplement your organization’s goals through PBS Utah’s mission to entertain, inform, and enrich your audience.

Request the rights to screen a PBS Utah documentary for your public event by filling out a simple registration form below. PBS Utah will provide you with a copy of the film as well as other resources to ensure you have a successful event. Please make requests at least 4 weeks prior to your event.

*Please allow one week for delivery of digital items.

1.) Learn More About the Available Films

Utah Issues

Finding Home: Utah's Refugee Story Promo

KUED explores the lives of refugees living in Utah in Finding Home: Utah's Refugee Story

Utah Issues

On the Spectrum - Long Promo

Through the stories of 3 Utahns, we examine how Autism impacts families & individuals.

National Parks - Troubled Edens

National Parks - Troubled Edens

America’s national parks face unique challenges. Are they being “loved to death?"

Utah History

Unspoken: America's Native American Boarding Schools

Examines the history, operation, and legacy of the federal Indian Boarding School system.

Utah Issues

Search & Rescue Promo

Follow search and rescue volunteers as they confront life & death experiences on the job.

Utah Issues

Homeless at the End - Promo (:60)

The story of the final months and days of homeless residents in a unique hospice setting.

Battle Over Bears Ears

Battle Over Bears Ears | Promo

At its heart, it’s a battle for homeland and sovereignty.

2.) Select a film and Request a Screening

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