WVIZ/PBS Annual Report 1999 - Blog@Case

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WVIZ/PBS Annual Report 1999 - Blog@Case

6second season to introduce viewers to the people, places and happenings that makeNortheast Ohio such an interesting place to live. Produced in cooperation with TheCleveland Cultural Coalition, the program provides the only ongoing local televisioncoverage of the area's arts and culture scene. "Applause" is made possible by TheCleveland Foundation, The George Gund Foundation, and TheGAR Foundation.City Club Forum. Jerry Wareham, President and CEO ofWVIZ/PBS, stepped to the podium as one of the Cleveland City Club's featuredspeakers. His presentation, "The Future of Television is Not Television," addressedthe emerging digital environment, especially as it relates to public television services.As is customary with all Friday Forums, the speech was taped and aired on WVIZ/PBSon the following Sunday. Made possible by the Nordson Corporation and the NordFamily Foundation."Decision '99." For the second year, WVIZ/PBS, WKYC-TV3 and Sun Newspaperscombined editorial, technical and production staff to present a seamless, commercialfreehour of local election coverage. This unprecedented public service presentedinterviews, in-depth analyses and a special vote "ticker" that updated results ofmore than 500 races across Northeast Ohio."Wish*a*roo Park." Children ages two to six are encouraged to use their own senseof wonder and imagination to discover new solutions to everyday occurrences inthis series created by former Clevelander Paula Luciano and presented nationallyby WVIZ/PBS. The television series features a colorful cast of puppet characters ledby Wish*a*roo, a warm-hearted, hip-hoppin' kangaroo with a magical pouch.Top to Bottom: The DetroitSuper Bridge, The KeyBank Building, GeodesicDome, Five Mile Crib,Cargill Salt Mines.Star Spangled Spectacular. Once again, WVIZ/PBS teamed with The ClevelandOrchestra to enhance viewing of its annual Independence Day Concert on PublicSquare. The station provided creative, technical direction and technical support forvideo footage that appeared on the large screen positioned on Public Square.to improvepublic serviceGreater Cleveland United Way PSAs. WVIZ/PBS donated time and services to createsimple but effective public service announcements that demonstrate how donationshave an effect on real people. The spots ran on local broadcast and cable stations.to improve public service

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