Awards & Winners


KERA-TV, virtual channel 13, is the PBS member television station located in Dallas, Texas, United States which also serves Fort Worth and the surrounding metropolitan area. The station is owned by North Texas Public Broadcasting Inc. KERA maintains offices located on Harry Hines Boulevard in downtown Dallas, and its transmitter is located in Cedar Hill. The station's signal is relayed on low-power translator station K44GS-D in Wichita Falls, which provides PBS programming to the Texas side of the Wichita Falls–Lawton market. The station's call letters, which are said to represent a "new era in broadcasting", are shared with Dallas NPR member station KERA-FM; while there is cross-promotion between the two stations, each operates its own pledge drives. KERA-TV also serves as the default PBS station for the Abilene, San Angelo and Tyler/Longview/Lufkin/Nacogdoches markets, as well as the Texas side of the Sherman/Ada market as there are no full-power PBS stations in any of these areas. It is also available on cable in Hillsboro, Waco and Texarkana. KERA was formerly carried on cable in Amarillo, until PBS station KACV-TV signed on in that market in 1988.

Awards by KERA-TV

Check all the awards nominated and won by KERA-TV.


Peabody Award
Honored for : The Cliburn: Playing on the Edge


Peabody Award
Honored for : A Thirst in the Garden