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Curate Beta Update

Welcome to the new and improved Curate!

On Tuesday, August 14th, the current URL for Curate (curate.console.pbs.org) will begin pointing to curate-beta.console.pbs.org, the current home of Curate v2 Beta. On the week of September 4th, we will remove the “beta” from the URL and “v2” will officially be operational. If you are accustomed to using Curate, the new version should be an easy adjustment. 

Currently, both curate.console.pbs.org and curate-beta.console.pbs.org affect your live data.

Please use our support ticketing system for any questions regarding Curate.

Overview

Curate is a content scheduling and curation tool used to program content across various PBS properties, including browser-based experiences, mobile apps, and OTT devices. Curate provides a simple admin interface that stations and producers can use to program content in advance and target by product. Content is added through collections that are specific to stations and shows.

Content is added to Curate through an administrative dashboard, or console. You must have a PBS account in order to use Curate. If you already have access to the console, start using Curate now.

If you do not have access to the console, please submit a support ticket to request access.

Access Show Collections

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Access Station Collections

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