“Off the Record,” a weekly civic affairs show hosted by Jeff Rivenbark, right, is one of the local productions done at WTVI’s (Channel 42) studios, which will be used as a laboratory for a new media degree available through Central Piedmont Community College.
“Off the Record,” a weekly civic affairs show hosted by Jeff Rivenbark, right, is one of the local productions done at WTVI’s (Channel 42) studios, which will be used as a laboratory for a new media degree available through Central Piedmont Community College. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
“Off the Record,” a weekly civic affairs show hosted by Jeff Rivenbark, right, is one of the local productions done at WTVI’s (Channel 42) studios, which will be used as a laboratory for a new media degree available through Central Piedmont Community College. T. Ortega Gaines ogaines@charlotteobserver.com
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