Commonwealth Public Broadcasting Corporation (CPBC), known to listeners and viewers in central Virginia as the “Community Idea Stations,” announced today that the following individuals have been elected to serve as officers for the fiscal year 2019 and 2020 years:
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Local PBS Series Celebrates 11 Seasons
Season 11 of “Charlottesville Inside Out” (CVIO) Premieres Thursday, Jan. 18 at 8:30 p.m. on WHTJ/WCVE PBS. This season the show will continue to highlight the people and places that make Charlottesville such a unique area to live in and explore.
Community Idea Stations will reprogram 88.9 WCVE-FM to all news; two new FM stations will simulcast classical music, jazz and other music programs
New Service Supports Mission to Bring Quality Educational Content to All Children
Richmond, VA- RVA’s 24/7 PBS KIDS Channel launches today. Watch without cable on channel 57.2, on the Comcast PBS K channel or online at IdeaStations.org/PBSKIDS.
(RICHMOND, VA)- “Feeling Good About America: The 1976 Presidential Election” won the Emmy for Best Historical Documentary in June. The documentary is a product of the long-standing partnership between the Community Idea Stations and the Univ. of Virginia Center for Politics.
Join WHTJ PBS in celebrating the Charlottesville community and the 10th anniversary of Charlottesville Inside-Out (CVIO) featuring highlights from seasons past and performances by several of the talented musical artists showcased on the program over the last decade.
The Community Idea Stations is commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack with a film that gives voice to those who survived and those who were lost on the USS Oklahoma.
Presented by WCVE/WHTJ PBS and produced by Lone Wolf Media, Pearl Harbor - USS Oklahoma: The Final Story will air on WCVE/WHTJ PBS on Wednesday, November 23, from 8:00-9:00 p.m.
This month-long multimedia initiative sponsored by VCU Health and presented during Alzheimer’s Awareness and Family Caregivers Month, includes an hour-long TV documentary, radio vignettes, digital resources, a special workshop for caregivers and a Science PubRVA gathering. Each component features interviews and conversations with caregivers and support-organizations sharing what they have learned, what they wished they had known and what they hope will help others as they navigate this difficult journey.
WCVE’s newest, locally-produced and directed film explores Virginia’s claim as the site of the first celebration of thanks by English explorers
Richmond, VA–WCVE PBS (Richmond) is sharing a monumental Virginia story. “The documentary is about the little known story of America’s first English Thanksgiving,” says Graham Woodlief, President of the Virginia Thanksgiving Festival. “Setting the record straight on where the first Thanksgiving occurred is an important milestone in the history of our state and deserves the recognition.”