In addition to the PBS stations in the US, there are more than 30 stations in Asia.
It was the first time we’ve ever seen a group of stations with similar mission in a single country, said Rishi Shukla, president of the Asian Institute of Educational Technology (AIET) in Japan.
“It was a bit strange to see them all work together,” Shuklas said.
The group of more than 200 PBS stations has been working with a group in the Philippines since 2016, when the Philippine government passed legislation allowing them to use video to educate.
The video will be available through the Philippine PBS station’s mobile app, which is now available on the Android app, and the app for Apple TV, Roku, Apple TV Player, Roku Stick and Apple TV Pro.
In order to access the video, users must first be registered with the Philippine TV station, and they are also required to download the app, said an AIET representative.
The Philippines will have the first-ever video to video educational app, according to a spokesperson for the Philippine Radio Television and Telecommunications Commission (PRTTC).
It is being developed by the Philippine Public Television and Communications Corporation, which has been tasked with the project.
The Philippine TV stations are also developing other educational apps for other countries.
The PBS stations are participating in the PBS Philippines Challenge, which aims to encourage educational technology companies to create educational apps that are available to all viewers in the country.
In addition to PBS stations, the Philippine program is being shown on several digital platforms.
For instance, the PBS Kids app is available for Android, Apple iOS and Roku devices.
The Android app is free, and users can also view videos on the PBS Children’s channel.
A new app, called PBS Philippines, has been released, and will be a separate app that users can access only when they sign in with a Philippine IP address.
The app has a similar interface to PBS Kids.
The PBS Philippines app is expected to be released in the next two weeks, and it will be updated to support both iOS and Android devices.