WCTE-PBS announces new action-packed auction

COOKEVILLE –WCTE Upper Cumberland PBS will air the 36th annual Great TV Auction live from the Cookeville Performing Arts Center June 6-9 and June 13-16 from 7 -11 p.m. each night. The eight-night tradition is sure to leave you wanting more. Viewers can tune in to find that once-in-a-lifetime trip, professional service or custom item. 

This year’s auction promises an outstanding selection of over 1,500 items to be sold, including unique trips, gift certificates, hand-crafted fine art, camps, and so much more. 

Viewers of this year’s Great TV Auction will enjoy a new multi-screen platform with dual windows for easier bidding. Additionally, viewers will be kept on the edge of their seats for the “coming up next” preview.  

Back by popular demand, WCTE will be livestreaming all eight nights. This feature ensures you don’t miss one second of bidding, winning, and knowing what’s up next. 

WCTE’s Great TV Auction wouldn’t be possible without the many donations from all the local and national businesses, the many sponsors and the number of volunteers that show up each night to make sure your bids are taken. 

The Great TV Auction is a tradition of our community that so many look forward to being involved with year after year. 

WCTE asks that you please make this year the year you support the work of WCTE that gives back to so many people with free over-the-air programming loaded with rich educational content. 

For more information about the Great TV Auction, visit www.wcte.org

WCTE has served the Upper Cumberland for 40 years as the region’s premier storyteller, and is the only television station in a 75-mile radius of Cookeville.  WCTE is a proud strategic partner with educators, health services, government, arts and music organizations across the Upper Cumberland. WCTE is a 501(c)3 and is owned and operated by the Upper Cumberland Broadcast Council. WCTE is one of only 350 PBS member stations nationwide.

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