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KLRU is the local PBS station for Austin, Texas and produces the long-running musical phenomenon known as Austin City Limits.
If you enjoy music, please support Austin City Limits and KLRU.
KLRU-TV, Austin PBS, in collaboration with Conspirare, is bringing Considering Matthew Shepard to television. KLRU has assembled an award-winning team to help adapt the three-part oratorio into a unique theatrical experience for the small screen. The Considering Matthew Shepard television … more
KLRU is a proud supporter of the Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce and its mission to promote the development of African American businesses in Central Texas. Join KLRU and Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce for the Taste of … more
In this episode of Sherlock on Masterpiece at 6 pm and 9 pm on Sunday, 9 pm Thursday, 10 pm Saturday written by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat, long-buried secrets catch up with the Baker Street duo. Someone has been … more
This week at Q Night, watch old classics with Cary Grant and Judy Holiday. Then, join us late for another screening of Miss Springmaid. A scrap-metal tycoon (Broderick Crawford) pays a Washington newsman (William Holden) to make his girlfriend (Judy … more
With protests dominating the news, we wanted to add some historical and educational background on the right to assemble and how protesters have impacted policy in the past. The Snapshot: Right to Assemble gives a brief overview of protests in … more
KLRU is pleased to announce that veteran journalist Judy Maggio is joining the station to expand news and public affairs reporting. She will lead efforts to extend our current reporting, looking for innovative new ways to tell stories and to … more
The Austin Chapter of The Links, Incorporated Literacy Links Program was a huge hit with the 1st – 3rd graders at Oak Springs Elementary School of Austin ISD. On December 19th, members of the organization shared Electric Company magazines and resources from klrukids.org with … more