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By Barry Garron
A new pledge program from American Public Television blends the motivational self-help format with TED-talk inspired speeches on living an active, healthy lifestyle in retirement and beyond. Launchpad to What’s Next, co-produced by Florida-based Growing Bolder, is the first from APT’s PitchFest initiative investing in new program concepts for on-air fundraising.
By Scott Fybush, Freelance Contributor
America’s Public Television Stations is turning to an FCC rulemaking in an attempt to aid its five-year quest to involve public TV stations in a new national emergency communications system. The FCC proceeding addresses interconnectivity among public safety radio networks and doesn’t directly address APTS’ long-running issues with FirstNet, a congressionally mandated nationwide communication network for first responders.
By Julian Wyllie, Reporter
John Wilson has been promoted to SVP and chief national content officer at WETA, the PBS producing station based in Washington, D.C. Wilson Wilson will oversee and manage the national production portfolio and content across platforms, including the WETA-produced series PBS NewsHour and Washington Week and limited series and documentaries from Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Ken Burns’ Florentine Films. Performing arts specials and lifestyle series such as America’s Test Kitchen, Samantha Brown’s Places to Love and Martha Stewart’s Cooking School will also be Wilson’s responsibility. Wilson joined WETA in March as VP of project management.