PBS, WTCI deliver content that educates, informs, inspires

By now you know I am a history buff and big fan of PBS. So it will come as no surprise that on this President’s Day, I am pleased to introduce you to a new Presidential collection called 60-SECOND PRESIDENTS brought to you by PBS LearningMedia and PBS Digital Studios.

Have fun exploring and be sure to share these short stories with the young minds and life-long learners you care about:

Kudos to PBS for their unwavering commitment to deliver content that educates, informs and inspires.

Community-based PBS stations like WTCI (in my hometown) provide a unique opportunity of making good on that promise to educate, inform and inspire.

WTCI recently launched a new digital series entitled Greater Chattanooga. Viewers will be introduced to stories from throughout our region through “a series of short films exploring the people and the ideas that make us more aware, happier, & stronger as a community.”

The debut film features Chattanooga’s Mini-Maker Faire:

A launch within a launch:

The Leap is a new Greater Chattanooga series exploring the joys and challenges of startups & entrepreneurs in our community. In this story, our host, James Chapman, talks to the team at Variable, Inc., a company building a sensor platform that allows users to precisely monitor temperature, color, motion and much more with an affordable handheld device:

Greater Chattanooga content is available online and social media first, and then once thirty minute segments are compiled, played on the air.

Disclaimer: I am still a volunteer and donor for WTCI. Are you in the greater Chattanooga viewing area? If so, please join me in showing the station our WTCI-PBS love!

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