Paula Kerger, the longest-serving president of PBS has renewed her contract with the company. She will remain in her position for five more years. Kerger joined PBS in 2006 and is now slated to stay on until 2024.
Kerger will head PBS as it begins its partnership with YouTube TV and makes the move onto the streaming platforms, a move meant to make PBS content accessible to more Americans. As PBS leans more into digital technology, Kerger will remain at the helm, steering the company to an ever more innovative future.