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In the wake of last night's Presidential Debate and the subsequent wave of attention cast upon BIG BIRD, SESAME STREET, and the value of PBS, the folks at Sesame Workshop have issued a statement. Originally posted this afternoon as "Sesame Workshop's Statement Regarding Political Campaigns," the statement was added-to and retitled, "Sesame Workshop's Statement on Our Partnership With PBS." Read it below... 

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Continuing the series started with remixed videos featuring MISTER ROGERS and BOB ROSS, PBS Digital Studios is back with a video celebrating what would've been the 100th birthday of JULIA CHILD. Check out the latest PBS icon remixed below in "Keep On Cooking." As with the first two remixes, the Julia Child piece was auto-tuned and chopped by John D. Boswell of Symphony of Science.

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Following up their massive success with the MISTER ROGERS remix, Garden of Your Mind, PBS Digital Studios hit The Rock Father with word on their follow-up... BOB ROSS Remixed. Once again created by Symphony of Science's John D. Boswell for PBS Digital Studios, the new mix pays tribute to the iconic host of THE JOY OF PAINTING, and is entitled Happy Little Clouds. Check it out below, and if you like it - share it!

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The folks over at PBS Digital Studios just hit The Rock Father with the news that due to the recent sucess of their highly-viral Mister Rogers video ''Garden of Your Mind,'' they've made the audio track available as a FREE MP3!

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Thursday, June 07 2012 18:05

Watch: MISTER ROGERS gets REMIXED for PBS

If you 'Like' The Rock Father on Facebook (and if you dont, please do) you might've seen this earlier today when I posted it to my 'Wall' - MISTER ROGERS just got remixed. Yes, the PBS Icon has received a sweet video mashup called 'Garden of Your Mind' courtesy of Symphony of Science's John Boswell, a remixer that was discovered by PBS Digital Studios on YouTube. When it turned out that Boswell was big fan of MISTER ROGERS NEIGHBORHOOD, the collaboration was obvious. Check it out below.

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