Reach People, Create Dialogues, and Create the Stories People Care About

At Connecticut Public Broadcasting, our audiences count on us to explore territory in ways no other media company can, and they reward us with their unrivaled trust, loyalty and support.

Through our Partnership Productions, we work with partners like you to reach audiences who value discovery and education, appreciate unbiased and unexpected experiences and count on CPTV|WNPR for outstanding storytelling. Our CPBN audience is curious, engaged, educated and influential.

Success Stories

Life Lessons: A Vibrant Retirement

This episode of Life Lessons explored the facts, myths and growing options available for seniors who want to make the most of their retirement.

Unlearning: Breaking Bias, Building Community

Produced with the National Conference of Community and Justice, this production is the story of breaking bias – one unlikely friendship at a time.

Words to Give By

This community-wide storytelling project on WNPR delivered stories of everyday generosity through a partnership with WNPR and The Hartford Foundation for Public Giving.

Why CPBN?

CPTV’s and WNPR’s award-winning ability to craft, produce and distribute great stories combined with our partners’ deep expertise and creative input is a powerful combination. Successful partnerships can take many forms, from television and radio productions, to digital and engagement strategies.

The CPBN Audience

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of viewers

believe that the sponsors on PBS are more trustworthy than other networks

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of listeners

hold a more positive opinion of companies that support NPR.org

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of listeners

prefer to buy products or services from NPR sponsors

What People Are Saying About Us

"Duncaster’s experience working with Sophia MacGillis and Connecticut Public Broadcasting Network was stellar. The professionalism of the entire production staff, from front office to camera crew, placed our community’s funded program in the best light. We continually hear back from viewers, even months later, regarding the quality of that program and its content. CPBN runs a smooth and tight ship and the show went live without a single hitch. Duncaster put its reputation in the hands of CPBN and they took every care and caution to honor it."

Carol Ann McCormick
Vice President – Sales and Marketing
Duncaster Boutique Retirement Community

"Our work with CPTV has opened doors to fresh audiences with an interest in issues that impact the age 50+ in Connecticut and their families."

Nora L. Duncan
State Director
AARP Connecticut

Contact Partnership Productions

For more information, please contact Sophia MacGillis directly or use the contact form below.

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Sophia MacGillis
Director of Partnership Productions
CPTV | WNPR
office: 860-275-7204
mobile: 860-490-0404
email: smacgillis@cptv.org

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