ABOUT NASHVILLE PUBLIC TELEVISION:
Nashville Public Television, Nashville’s PBS station, is available free and over-the-air to nearly 2.4 million people throughout the Middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky viewing area, through its main NPT and secondary NPT2 channels, and to anyone in the world through its stable of NPT digital services, including wnpt.org, YouTube and the PBS video app. The mission of NPT is to provide, through the power of traditional television and interactive digital communications, high quality educational, cultural and civic experiences that address issues and concerns of the people of the Nashville region, and which thereby help improve the lives of those we serve.
WNPT, Nashville's independent nonprofit PBS station, is operated by licensee Nashville Public Television, Inc.
NPT inspires, educates, and engages our community through excellence in public media and through meaningful collaborations.
NPT is an enduring, dynamic, and integral part of the community and uniquely enriches the lives of citizens in Middle Tennessee and beyond.
- Respect for our audience
- Commitment to our community
- Diversity and balance of perspectives
- Accountability to our stakeholders
- Integrity in everything we do
Mr. Michael A. Koban, Jr. (Chairman)
Beth Curley, President and CEO
Public Broadcasting Service
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Tennessee Association of Broadcasters
Tennessee Public Television Council
National Educational Telecommunications Association
Association of America's Public Television Stations
Tennessee Cable Telecommunications Association
Nashville Public Television
161 Rains Avenue
Phone: (615) 259-9325