A nonprofit organization

KERA is the home of PBS and NPR in North Texas.  Each week, more than two million people listen to and watch programming on KERA TV, KERA News 90.1, 91.7 KXT, WRR 101, KERA Create, KERA World and KERA Kids. 

Your donation to KERA is a gift to the entire metroplex!  92% of our funding comes directly from our community – people like you who depend on KERA for trustworthy news, incredible science and arts programming, British telly, thoughtful podcasts, amazing music, community events and the best children’s programming available.  

Thank you for going public and supporting KERA! 

Most of the funding for KERA, WRR & KXT comes from right here in North Texas, and the majority comes from individuals like you.

Giving Activity


KERA serves North Texans through public television, radio and multimedia resources that educate, engage, inspire, inform and entertain.


Contributions will support the essential public broadcasting programs and services relied on by audiences across North Texas. Programming includes:

- The trusted news and in-depth conversations found on KERA News like Think with Krys Boyd, All Things Considered, Morning Edition and Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!

- Insightful documentaries, captivating dramas and educational children's programs on KERA TV like Ken Burns’ films, MASTERPIECE, NOVA, Finding Your Roots, Frontline and Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood.

- New music discovery and a platform for local artists on 91.7 KXT

- Classical music to promote calm and focus in stressful times on WRR 101.1

- Art&Seek, our region's most robust connection to arts and culture

These programs are a source of lifelong learning and community enrichment for millions of North Texans.

These programs are only possible because of support from engaged listeners and viewers like you.

Equity Statement

Public media belongs to you. All of you. KERA is committed to representing and celebrating our entire community.

We believe in DEI - diversity, equity and inclusion - in all aspects of our organization, including our service to audiences, the makeup of our staff and the communities represented in our programming. This is a core priority that is infused in every action we take. As a public service, KERA holds a responsibility to engage the communities we reach equitably - to serve the underserved and create opportunities for those who have been overlooked.

Our goal is to provide a culture of belonging - on the air, online and in the halls of our facilities, and our interactions with the community - that includes diversity of ethnicity, race, gender and gender identity, age, language, sexual orientation, socioeconomic background and physical ability.

Organization Data


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other names

North Texas Public Broadcasting Inc

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Arts, Culture & Humanities, Youth & Children

Operating Budget

$10,000,000 or more

Counties Served

Hunt, Wise, Tarrant, Somervell, Rockwall, Parker, Palo Pinto, Navarro, Montague, Kaufman, Johnson, Hood, Grayson, Fannin, Erath, Ellis, Denton, Dallas, Cooke, Collin

BIPOC Leadership

Board Chair

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


3000 Harry Hines Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75201



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