WPT Passport offers more exciting viewing options
November 1, 2018 Leave a Comment
Looking to expand your public television viewing opportunities? Wish you could re-watch episodes from past seasons of Downton Abbey or American Masters? Or maybe you want more of your favorite local programming. WPT Passport might be the answer.
Read on to learn about the variety of programs available through this amazing archive – and the many ways you can access them!
WPT Passport is an on-demand library of quality public television programming available to WPT members who make an annual donation of $60 or more.
While many local and national programs are already available online for free, Passport provides more programs and extended viewing periods, particularly for top programs such as Masterpiece.
It’s perfect for catching up on past seasons of Victoria before the new season starts in January, or reviewing Poldark if you missed an episode this season.
Passport’s library includes more than 1,000 episodes of PBS and local programming – with new content added weekly. PBS favorites such as American Experience, Antiques Roadshow and a rotating selection of films from Ken Burns, as well as local WPT programs including Wisconsin Life and Around the Farm Table, are available to watch.
WPT Passport can be accessed online through your desktop computer, as well as through the PBS app on your smartphone or tablet. You can also access WPT Passport through a variety of digital TV devices, including Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and the Amazon Fire Stick.
If you’re already an eligible member, you can activate your Passport account at https://www.pbs.org/passport. If you’re interested in becoming a member by making a donation – or making an additional contribution to an existing donation – you can contact WPT’s Member Services team to get started!
If you’re a new member, you’ll also receive a year of WPT’s monthly program guide, Airwaves.
WPT Passport provides the opportunity to get more out of the world of public television. Dig into the classics, find new favorites and start exploring the wealth of public television with WPT Passport!