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WTCI DEBUTS NEW SEASON OF "THE A LIST WITH ALISON LEBOVITZ" AND "GREATER CHATTANOOGA"

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WTCI will debut new seasons of local programs, *The* *A List with Alison Lebovitz* and *Greater Chattanooga* beginning at 8:00 PM on September 22, 2016. Paul Grove, President and CEO of the station, says, "WTCI is focused on local storytelling, and our *Greater Chattanooga* series embraces local stories that explore who we are as a community. Thousands of viewers have seen these stories online and we're excited to be able to share them in the *Greater Chattanooga* broadcast as well." read more...

ARLO GUTHRIE TO PERFORM AT SEPTEMBER 24TH EVENT HONORING FLETCHER BRIGHT FEATURING REMARKS FROM SENATOR BOB CORKER

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Arlo Guthrie, the Dismembered Tennesseans and Priscilla and Little Rickee will be the featured performers at “Remembering the Past, Celebrating the Future,” an upscale event honoring Fletcher Bright and benefiting WTCI on Saturday, September 24."We are grateful that Senator Bob Corker is joining us for this event to honor Fletcher Bright. He has helped change Chattanooga's landscape and we are proud that he will address our guests," said hosts Byron and Ken DeFoor.   read more...

"FROM THE STREETS TO THE STAGE" NOW AVAILABLE TO PBS STATIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY

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*FROM THE STREETS TO THE STAGE: THE JOURNEY OF FREDRICK DAVIS *presents the powerful life story of Fredrick Davis, who, as a child, overcame poverty and homelessness to make his dreams of becoming a dancer a reality. The program, produced by WTCI, is now available to PBS stations across the country through *PBS Plus*.* * read more...

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