We’re extremely excited to bring you a new episode of our informative and educational Next Door Neighbor series next week! In the past, we’ve brought you together with Nashville’s Kurdish, Somali, Hispanic and Bhutanese communities (now available for viewing online), and this time we’ll introduce you to Nashville’s burgeoning Sudanese neighbors. Sudan is the largest […]
We’re extremely proud to announce that Nashville Public Television took home a station record nine Midsouth Regional Emmy® Awards last night, Saturday, January 24, 2009, at the 23rd Annual Midsouth Regional Emmy® Awards ceremony and banquet at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center. The awards are presented by the Nashville/Midsouth Chapter of The National Academy of Television […]
(Corrected 11/23/08 6:10 a.m. to change “awards” to “nominations” in title and further separate non NPT-produced programs) Nashville Public Television picked up a record 21 Midsouth Regional Emmy® nominations for its original productions, while programs that aired on the channel garnered an additional eight, at the announcement reception on Friday, November 21 at the BMI […]
Our original documentary, Next Door Neighbors: Little Kurdistan USA was recently screened as part of HCA’s Cultural Inclusion Series, an ongoing program that provides HCA employees with a forum for innovative and educational interactions that include engaging cultural and artistic presentations. NPT’s Beth Curley, Kevin Crane and Daniel Tidwell were in attendance along with documentary […]
Meran Abdullah was living with his family in the Kurdish village of Ekmole when the chemical attacks waged by Saddam Hussein’s regime began. Mohammed Aziz was visiting his family in Halabja. Both survivors live in Nashville today and tell their stories in interviews shot exclusively for our Next Door Neighbors, Little Kurdistan website.