Clay Aiken – A Favorite in Detroit

WTVS Detroit Public Television is the viewer-supported PBS member station that serves the nation’s 11th largest television market. They operate on digital channel 43 and are carried on cable and satellite systems throughout Southeast Michigan and over a thousand communities in Canada.

They also manage WRCJ-FM 90.9 in a cooperative relationship with its owner, the Detroit Public Schools.

The goals of WTVS are to educate, entertain and inspire, in partnership with their community.

PBS KIDS programs are offered for ten hours each weekday, along with national and international news, classic films and PBS favorites.

Besides the TV scheduling, Detroit Public TV is active in the community producing programs that showcase arts, culture, news analysis and physical activity.

Fred Nahhat is the Director of Individual Giving at WTVS.  He sat down with Clay Aiken and discussed Clay’s first PBS special.  The interview is excellent and Mr. Nahhat was prepared with facts and interesting questions.  WTVS broke the interview into two sections.  Each one is interesting.  Clay sounds excited, happy and shows that he has goals and aspirations for his musical career.

Enjoy the videos, but be sure and leave a comment at YouTube.  I am confident the station will appreciate your support.

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Comments

  1. oooh the first one to comment.
    That was a really nice interview, Clay Aiken is so much at home in these type of interviews.

  2. From the way they responded to my message on the youtube page, it looks like they plan on really pushing TnT Live during the December drive! Which will be an improvement on the last one for sure!

  3. Thank you for the Clay Aiken interview. It sounds like this music is the music he has always wanted to sing. I just purchased his "Tried and True" CDand the whole CD was beautiful – the songs and the voice.

  4. What a great interview with Clay Aiken. One of my favorites. I think he must be an interviewer's dream–so articulate and interesting.

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