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NPT Announces $500,000 Endowment Campaign Honoring Beth Curley

Published on November 7, 2017 By MiChelle Jones

NPT announces the establishment of the Beth Curley Fund for Nashville Public Television Productions, a new endowed fund in honor of recently retired CEO, Beth Curley, to directly support original NPT productions. Led by Charles W. Cook, Jr., NPT’s chairman emeritus, the campaign has already raised $400,000 towards a goal of $500,000 to launch the […]

Media Update: Help Us Celebrate our 50th Anniversary with Your Memories of NPT

Published on July 9, 2012 By Joe Pagetta

  This September, NPT will celebrate its 50th Anniversary, and we want you to help us mark the occasion.  From our humble beginnings as school board-licensed station WDCN, to our stature now as NPT and one of the most-watched public television stations in the country, a lot has happened in 50 years.  You have made […]

(Media Update) Memories of Nashville Now: Bobbie`s Dairy Dip

Published on October 11, 2011 By Erin McInnis

Another in our new blog series all about those iconic Nashville-area places and things that could one day wind up in a Memories of Nashville show, but don’t need to yet. Inspired by the near-loss of Elliston Soda Place in the summer of 2011, we want to highlight those places that have been open for […]

Memories of Nashville Now: The Peanut Shop

Published on August 31, 2011 By Erin McInnis

“Because you don’t have to wait for something to be gone to revisit it.” Several weeks ago, we told you about our plans for a new blog series all about those iconic Nashville-area places and things that could one day wind up in a Memories of Nashville show, but don’t need to yet. Inspired by […]

Memories of Nashville: Now

Published on August 3, 2011 By Joe Pagetta

“Because you don’t have to wait for something to be gone to revisit it.” We admit it. We’re big on nostalgia at NPT. And we think you are, too. Just look at the titles of some of our most popular documentaries: Memories of Nashville. Memories of Downtown Nashville. Memories of Sulphur Dell. Nashville: The 20th […]