About PBS Charlotte

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

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.

PBS Charlotte features locally produced programs that tell “Your Stories” about “Your Community”.

“Your PBS Charlotte” station reaches over 1.1 million households across 13 counties in the central Piedmont region. 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.

Mission, Vision and Values

Mission

PBS Charlotte is the Charlotte region’s public television service, providing education, culture, and citizenship across all electronic media platforms to serve the public interest and further the mission of Central Piedmont Community College.

Vision

PBS Charlotte’s vision is to be the best public broadcasting service in the nation.

Values

People trust PBS Charlotte to provide programs of quality that engage the mind and spirit, that promote personal growth and lifelong learning, and that connect the community. People also want PBS Charlotte to be a safe haven for children.

In order to maintain this trust, PBS Charlotte staff upholds the qualities of trust (respect for the viewer), quality (high production standards), intelligence (programs that challenge the mind), balance (impartial, factual, little “spin”), uniqueness (different, unusual focus), and variety (diversity in genre, perspective, and niche).

Organizational Information

Board of Trustees Meetings


PBS Charlotte makes information available of open meetings of the licensee of WTVI–the governing Board of Trustees of the Central Piedmont Community College (CPCC)–to interested members of the public. To see CPCC Board of Trustees members and 2015 meeting dates please visit: Board of Trustees — Central Piedmont Community College.


The meetings of the Board of Trustees shall be in compliance with North Carolina General Statue 143-Article 33C Meetings of Public Bodies. A closed session is permitted as specified by General Statute 143-318.11 and may be held in any meeting upon a majority vote of the members present.

Such minutes and accounts shall be Public Records within the meaning of the Public Records Law, G.S. 132-1 et seq.; provided, however, that minutes or an account of a closed session conducted in compliance with G.S. 143-318.11 may be withheld from public inspection so long as public inspection would frustrate the purpose of a closed session.

WTVI PBS Charlotte Community Advisory Council Members

 

Mary Lou Babb
Robin Branstrom
Robin Cochran
Wilton Connor
Liz Downing
Ed Driggs
Hilda Gurdian
Dale Halton
Jane Liles
Elaine Lyerly
Stephen Martin
Donna de Molina
Patricia “Patty” Norman
Jonathan Pullin
James “Jim” Rogers
Sally Saussy
Susan Sherer
William “Bill” Walker, Jr.

PBS Charlotte / CPCC Orginational Chart


View the PBS Charlotte/CPCC Organizational Chart
Diversity Statement

WTVI PBS Charlotte is committed to ensuring that its workforce and governing boards reflect the diversity found in the communities it serves. Central to WTVI’s mission, vision and values is maintaining a governing and workplace environment which recognizes and celebrates the power of diversity. WTVI strives to create and foster a supportive environment in which all individuals can be successful and reach his or her full potential within the organization.

WTVI PBS Charlotte seeks a diverse workforce and governing body through distinct personalities and capabilities of each individual within the group. On a personal level, the diversity of an individual is defined by his or her cultural and personal differences, as well as life and professional experiences.

WTVI PBS Charlotte believes that diversity considerations extend beyond race and gender. The spectrum of diversity also includes disability, religious belief, age, culture, sexual orientation, physicality, education and socio- economic status.

WTVI PBS Charlotte is an equal opportunity employer and will attempt to recruit a diverse work force and explicitly forbid discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, gender, sexual orientation, age, disability, genetic information, political affiliation, or any other legally protected classification.

Download the WTVI-PBS Charlotte’s CPB Community Service Grant (CSG) 2017-2018 Annual Review