Southern Oregon PBS Passport FAQs

What is Southern Oregon PBS Passport?


Southern Oregon PBS Passport is the video streaming service that features PBS national and local content. Passport can be accessed from a computer, phone, or smart TV. It is available on AppleTV, Amazon Fire Stick and Roku through the PBS App.

The Passport Library currently offers members more than 1,000 episodes to watch, with new PBS programs being added weekly.

How do I get Passport?


SO PBS Passport is a benefit available to members who donate $60/year or more ($5/month). if you have question about your eligibility, please email info@sopbs.org. You can also visit www.pbs.org/passport/lookup to see if you already have access.

How do I activate my Passport subscription?

If you are already a member, visit www.pbs.org/passport/lookup to access you SO PBS Passport token information. If you run into trouble, you may submit a request to receive Passport by emailing membership@sopbs.org.

If you are not a member, you can become a member to receive your Passport token.

If I am not a member, can I still watch PBS content online?


Yes, though members have access to much more programming than non-members.

How can I tell if I need Passport to watch a program online or stream it?


Look for the blue Passport icon in the program listing. (See image below.)

How come I can't find the program I am looking for?


The SO PBS Passport Library is ever-changing. Programs are added and removed monthly, so keep checking back on the listings. You can sign up for SO PBS's monthly passport newsletter HERE.