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The American Buffalo

Renowned documentarian Ken Burns will premiere his new two-part, four-hour film The American Buffalo on October 16th and 17th at 7:00pm on West TN PBS.. The documentary traces the history of the American bison over 10,000 years, from its evolution and symbiotic relationship with Indigenous peoples to its near extinction in the late 19th century and eventual conservation.

Jackson Rotary Club Presentation - Peter Noll

Watch West TN PBS General Manager & CEO Peter Noll”s recent presentation to the Jackson Rotary Club on “The Future of Public Television.”

 Merry Brown presents "How to be Unprofessional at Work"

"Thank you Merry Brown for sharing your time and talents with West TN PBS!".

The Astros Edge: Triumph and Scandal in Major League Baseball

As the Houston Astros gear up and set their sights on another World Series, the team's controversial 2017 World Series title will be back in the spotlight with an upcoming Frontline documentary. The documentary features interviews with Ben Reiter, author of "Astroball," which chronicled the franchise's rise. It will also delve into the trash can-banging scheme that helped the Astros win their first championship, leading to severe backlash and the firing of manager A.J. Hinch and GM Jeff Luhnow. Premieres Oct. 3 at 9pm on West TN PBS.


Jackson Rotary Club Presentation - Dr. Yancy Freeman

UT Martin Chancellor, Dr. Yancy Freeman, recently spoke to the Jackson Rotary Club on his experience of becoming UT Martin’s 12th chief executive officer, his outlook on life, and the future of the university.

Don't miss the The Jackson International Food and Arts Festival, airing all month long on West TN PBS!

The Jackson International Food and Arts Festival was born from a series of community meetings organized by Mayor Jerry Gist in 2013.  Two community representatives in particular, Dr. Sandra Dee and Eduardo Morales, thought that it would be beneficial for Jackson’s foreign-born citizens to share their history, art, and culture with their fellow Jacksonians.  Dr. Dee and Mr. Morales agreed to co-chair the event and began recruiting like-minded community members to help organize, fund, and throw an international party in Jackson!

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