UNC-TV is a statewide public television network in the state of North Carolina. It is operated by the University of North Carolina. The studios are located at the UNC Center for Public Television at Research Triangle Park. All the PBS stations that are licensed in North Carolina are a part of this network except for WTVI in Charlotte. UNC-TV went on the air on January 8, 1955. Today, UNC-TV is a 12-station network
The network publishes Centerpiece Magazine each month. This publication includes information about the station and the shows that are featured in the month. The September magazine just arrived and Clay Aiken is on the cover. Tried & True: Live! will be braodcast on UNC-TV on September 11th.
Put March 12, 2011 on your calendar as it was announced that the Tried & True tour will be in San Francisco, CA on that day. The Regency Ballroom has been chosen as the venue. This beautiful venue was built in 1909 and features blond hardwood floors, a horseshoe-shaped balcony and a built-in stage. The Grand Ballroom has 35 foot ceilings and 22 turn-of-the- century teardrop chandeliers. It sounds like a beautiful place to enjoy Clay Aiken in concert.
The Regency Ballroom is operated by Goldenvoice, a division of AEG Live. AEG Live, the nation’s second-largest concert promotion and touring company, is comprised of special event, broadcast and exhibition divisions, fourteen regional offices, and numerous state-of-the-art venues nationwide.
Watch for a special Official Fan Club pre-sale for this show in mid-September. Tickets for the San Francisco show go on sale to the public on October 3.