WCTE scheduled screenings to be rescheduled

COOKEVILLE – WCTE Upper Cumberland PBS has postponed scheduled screenings for the upcoming mini-series, “The Gene: An Intimate History,” produced by the legendary Ken Burns, at the Park Theater in McMinnville on April 2 and the STEM Center in Cookeville on April 6. Rescheduled dates have not been set at this time. 

As Tennessee and the Upper Cumberland adjusts to our new normal, WCTE is committed to providing the public with high-quality information, resources and entertainment to help them navigate through this challenging period. WCTE will continue to provide regular updates in the coming days and weeks on our website.

“I’m so grateful to have a supportive community to serve each day,” said Brent Clark, WCTE’s director of content and digital media. “It’s been a challenging time for our community in the last couple of weeks, but I’m confident we will bounce back to be able to provide our communities free screenings once again for everyone to enjoy some of the best high quality content made available to the public.”

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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