About

WTVI PBS Charlotte has served citizens in the Carolinas for almost fifty years. On August 27, 1965, WTVI began broadcasting “Your Stories” about “Your Community” on “Your PBS Charlotte”.

WTVI PBS Charlotte is licensed by Central Piedmont Community College and offers high quality, noncommercial, educational programs. PBS broadcasts include award-winning children’s programming, ground-breaking documentaries and original performances.

AND, WTVI PBS Charlotte features locally produced programs that tell “Your Stories” about “Your Community”. Check out the link to Carolina Impact on our website.

“Your PBS Charlotte” station reaches over 1.1 million households across 13 counties in the central Piedmont region. WTVI PBS Charlotte actively supports local education, highlights local cultural events and promotes citizenship across all electronic media platforms to serve the public interest and further the mission of its parent institution, Central Piedmont Community College.

  • Meetings of the governing boards and advisory councils are open to the public. For a schedule and locations, click here.
  • The Executive Committee meeting for Central Piedmont Community College occurred on August 20 at 8AM at Central Piedmont Community College, Disher Building, Dowd Boardroom located on the third floor.
  • The last meeting of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Public Broadcasting Authority took place Thursday, August 23, 2012, at 4PM at the studios of PBS Charlotte. Click here for the meeting minutes.

WTVI PBS Charlotte Community Advisory Council Members

Mary Lou Babb
Robin Branstrom
Jennie Buckner
Amy Burkett
Catherine Connor
Jane Cooper
Donna de Molina
Liz Downing
Ed Driggs

Hilda Gurdian
Jane Liles
Jeff Lowrance
Elaine Lyerly
Stephen Martin
Dr. Kevin McCarthy
Meg McElwain
Dr. Lynn Moretz

Patricia “Patty” Norman
William “Bill” Peele
Jonathan Pullin
Patricia Riley
James “Jim” Rogers
Sally Saussy
William “Bill” Walker
Keva Walton
Dr. Tony Zeiss