WTVP - President & CEO
May 2015 - Look to the future while honoring the past.
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Moss Bresnahan
Moss Bresnahan - President & CEO, WTVP

Look to the future while honoring the past.

I am excited about the future of public broadcasting. Especially public broadcasting here in central Illinois. As the media landscape changes, it is easy to imagine local public media as the first and final destination for citizens to turn, not just to watch, but to experience relevant content that makes a difference to them.

With new and emerging technologies evolving alongside traditional broadcast, I am even more encouraged by the collaboration being crafted between WTVP and WILL. We have a smart, creative and talented team ready to serve you quality content, no matter what the delivery platform. Living with Cancer in Central Illinois, the 3-part joint production that ran as a companion to PBS' national cancer programming, is just the beginning of what we can do together.

This month would not be complete without WTVP's thanks to our veterans, current military and their families. We are proud to share a slate of programming that honors their sacrifices and celebrates their service - including PBS' annual National Memorial Day Concert and The Greatest Honor. This new documentary from Emmy Awardwinning Pontiac filmmaker Kane Farabaugh is a poignant reminder of the importance of giving voice to our local stories.

Moss Bresnahan
President & CEO, WTVP

Twitter: @MossILMedia

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