WTVP - President & CEO
September 2016 - Stories of Significance
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Moss Bresnahan
Moss Bresnahan - President & CEO, WTVP

One of the most interesting aspects of public television is how it takes a subject and explores it from many different angles, providing a more global perspective of the topic. That thoughtful approach is on display this month as WTVP and PBS take a deep dive into educational issues.

During the week of Sept. 12, both local and national primetime programming focuses on the importance of educational initiatives. A complete list of the programs, their content and air times appears on page 3. The subject matter ranges from students struggling to make it through school to the troubled world of for-profit colleges to the success stories brought about by teachers who care enough to fight for better opportunities and brighter futures for their students.

Being well educated isn't just important for our young people, it's important for us all. The first step in the process is for us to explore stories like the ones featured during this week of programming, and be well informed. That's why public television exists - to provide stories of significance and create a greater awareness of the world around us.

Moss Bresnahan
President & CEO, WTVP

Twitter: @MossILMedia

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