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Richard Johnson2 07/01/2014

WTCI Names Richard Johnson VP of Development

Richard Johnson has been named Vice President of Development at WTCI, Chattanooga’s community PBS station. Richard came to WTCI from Virginia College School of Business and Health where he managed Career Services, Marketing and Development. As Vice President of Development, Richard will guide WTCI through a development campaign that will position the PBS station to better serve its 24-county region, using his experience in building business by helping clients identify regional trends and applying them to marketing strategies and promotions. Read More...

07/25/2014

WTCI Response to Chuck Fleischmann for Congress Mailer

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08/19/2014

WTCI Hosts Family Day, Sunday November 9th at the station

Family Day is a way for WTCI to reach out to the families who support us in our efforts to provide quality programming that educates, engages and inspires! Read More...

LIFE Academy1 09/09/2014

WTCI Gives GoPro Camera & Training to Life Academy Students

Last Saturday, September 6, the new class of the 100 Black Men of Chattanooga’s LIFE (Living in Full Expectation) Academy received a GoPro camera as a part of a PBS community engagement grant from WTCI. At the hour-long event, the class heard from Mayor Andy Berke on the importance of community service. In addition, the program welcomed twelve new members. Read More...

09/15/2014

WTCI Announces New Members of Board of Directors

WTCI has been educating, engaging and inspiring a lifetime of learning and exploration for Tennessee Valley families for over 40 years.  Serving a 35-county area, the community PBS station is much more than just television.  WTCI supports teachers, students and families with educational resources and engaging community events.  Children who grow up with PBS become confident, successful adults.  Adults who watch PBS are 59% more likely to be a part of charitable organizations and families who share PBS explore together, building healthy relationships and a strong foundation for the future.  Read More...

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