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  • Chef Bastianich smiles with mom
    Stuck at home, chef Lidia Bastianich takes viewers into her kitchen with help from family

    Chef Lidia Bastianich, the Emmy Award–winning public TV host who has cooked for two popes, has not let the COVID-19 pandemic stop her from cooking.  Like many of her viewers, Bastianich has been isolating at home. Though she lacks studio space and production staff, she said she wants to connect with her audience and help them feel as if they are part of her home.

  • Martin Amado poses with his craft
    Create Challenge selects two crafters to produce video shorts

    A television host specializing in home makeovers and a YouTuber who’s into upcycling will produce new video shorts for Create TV, the public TV multicast channel of how-to and lifestyle content.  Martin Amado of Sunrise, Fla., won first prize in the first-ever “Create Crafts Challenge,” a viewer engagement and talent scouting competition created by American Public Television, which distributes Create TV.  Previous Create Challenge contests, which APT introduced in 2016, have focused on cooking talents.  “It’s a way to shine a spotlight on local stations and their local viewers, and it is a key way to find, mine and develop new talent so we can expand the group of hosts who are featured with Create TV and CreateTV.com,” said APT CEO Cynthia Fenneman.  Second prize was awarded to Dinah Wulf from Anaheim, Calif., crafter and host of the DIY Inspired YouTube channel. Both of the top winners earned cash prizes and will produce short videos to be featured on CreateTV.com this fall.  Create opened the Crafts Challenge in early March, inviting viewers to submit three-minute instructional videos.

  • Bill Pearce, public broadcasting ‘pioneer’ who built WXXI, dies at 95

    Bill Pearce, an educator who led WXXI’s expansion and growth in Rochester, N.Y., died May 9 at the age of 95. Pearce Colleagues from WXXI remembered him as a driven and energetic leader who became an integral part of the Rochester community.