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CPBCorporation for Public Broadcasting
CPBCardiopulmonary Bypass
CPBCentraal Planbureau
CPBCartagena Protocol on Biosafety (international biosafety agreement)
CPBConsumer Protection Board (State of New York)
CPBCercle Paul Bert (French sports club)
CPBCrown Property Bureau (Thai quasi-goverment agency)
CPBColorado Potato Beetle (Leptinotarsa Decemlineata)
CPBCordless Phone Battery
CPBCore Performance Boost
CPBCentral Pacific Bank
CPBCocoa Pod Borer (crop pest)
CPBClinical Policy Bulletin
CPBChemical and Physical Biology (various schools)
CPBCommunist Party of Bangladesh
CPBCommunist Party of Burma
CPBColey Porter Bell (UK; design firm)
CPBCommunist Party of Britain
CPBCommission Paritaire de Branche (French: Joint Branch Committee)
CPBCentre de Protection du Bâtiment (French: Building Protection Center)
CPBCenter for Pharmaceutical Biotechnology (Chicago, IL)
CPBCompagnie Parisienne de Bâtiment (French: Parisian Construction Company; Paris, France)
CPBCoopérative des Producteurs de Bois (French: Wood Producers Cooperative)
CPBCommittee to Protect Bloggers
CPBCoastal Patrol Boat (USCG)
CPBCharged Particle Beam
CPBCenter for Practical Bioethics (Kansas City, MO)
CPBCharentes Préfabrication Béton (French prefabricated concrete company)
CPBCenter for Population Biology
CPBCentral Planning Office (Dutch)
CPBCanada Premium Bonds
CPBCount Paper Ballots (election fairness group)
CPBCalifornia Prune Board
CPBCoded Picture Buffer (digital TV)
CPBCorn Promotion Board (various locations)
CPBContinuous Power Bridge (energy solution)
CPBCorporation of the Presiding Bishop
CPBCivilian Personnel Bulletin
CPBConference Program Board
CPBCongress Parliamentary Board
CPBConducting Personal Business (on the job)
CPBComputer Program Book
CPBCrime Prevention Branch
CPBCivilian Personnel Branch
CPBCommunity Policing Bureau
CPBCareer Planning Board
CPBComitato Pendolari di Bergamo
CPBCritical Pressure Boiler
CPBConfiguration Policy Board
CPBConstant Prepayment on the Balloon
CPBConcrete Placing Boom (construction)
CPBCanadian Parole Board
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New Hampshire, regrettably, provides no public funds to "public" TV, which relies on donations and sponsorships as well as funding from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB), a private, nonprofit corporation created by Congress in 1967, is the steward of the federal government's investment in public broadcasting.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting distributes an annual appropriation that we provide in accordance with a statutory formula, the vast majority of which goes directly to public radio and television stations.
Department of Education, Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and others, the website provides free, evidence-based information about reading.
PBS and its stations are supported by a combination of funding that includes private donations and other sources, along with federal funding administered by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting that provides about 15 percent of local station budgets.
On June 20, 2012, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting released
Major support for the program is provided by PBS, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and the Einhorn Family Charitable Trust.
While the Public Broadcasting Act created the centralized Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) to establish national noncommercial radio and TV systems, public broadcasting in the US was also to complement, not compete with or jeopardize, localism (United States Congress, 1968, p.
* The Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) has launched a public media initiative to help improve high school graduation rates.
The Corporation for Public Broadcasting, which disburses federal funds to public broadcasting stations, would kick in an additional $750,000.
THE CORPORATION FOR PUBLIC Broadcasting (CPB), best known for presenting national documentary programs such as Frontline, is moving to report local news, saying cutbacks at newspapers have cut into hometown coverage.
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