Pedestrian life, arts & culture, plus WTVI/CPCC and the future of public TV, on the latest 282
Posted on 26 Mar 2012 by Justin Ruckman
282 is produced weekly at WTVI, and airs each Monday at 6:30 and 11:00 PM.
- Pedestrian life in Charlotte: are we a pedestrian-friendly city? Recent pedestrian deaths suggest otherwise, or do they?
- Arts & culture: some people say there’s not enough of it in Charlotte, while others say you just have to open your eyes. We take a look at the truth of the matter, and who some of the city’s most interesting players are.
- WTVI/CPCC merger: The Board of County Commissioners approved proposed acquisition of WTVI by CPCC. What does it mean for the station, the college, and the future of public television in Charlotte?
- Mary Newsom: UNC Charlotte Urban Institute & the newly launched plancharlotte.org
- Manoj Kesavan: que-OS
- Chris William: Carolina Business Review
Carlton is joined this week by the following panel:
Thanks to everyone who watched the show’s live stream today noon!
Want to get involved in next week’s episode? We’ll put you on air! Tune in to cltblog.com/live and hit us up with your questions and comments on @282tv or the #282tv hashtag.
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