KNPB President re-elected as Chairman of Public Television Council
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Reno, Nev. -- Kurt Mische, the President & CEO of KNPB Public Television in Reno, has been re-elected Chairman and President of California Public Television and Californians for Public Broadcasting at the organization's annual meeting.
California PTV and Californians for Public Television is a 12-member group of public television stations serving California. KNPB is a member of that group because it serves the northeastern California communities of Susanville, Truckee, North Lake Tahoe and Bridgeport.
Mische has been with KNPB since 2009 and has previously served three years as the secretary and 2 years as the chairman for California PTV. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Reno + Sparks Chamber of Commerce and the Holland Project Advisory Board.
KNPB Public Broadcasting is seen by 130,000 people weekly in northern Nevada and northeastern California. KNPB provides 3 digital broadcast television channels on channel 5.1, KNPB Create on channel 5.2 and KNPB PBS KIDS on channel 5.3. KNPB provides PBS national programming and award winning locally produced KNPB programming in standard and high definition. KNPB.org provides engaging interactive content, including the KNPB video portal at watch.knpb.org that streams locally-produced KNPB content and most PBS national content.
Through the support of local corporations and foundations, as well as individual members, KNPB has been delivering public television and educational services to the communities it serves since 1983. For more information visit knpb.org, or follow KNPB on Twitter and Facebook.