“Studio C Sessions” Is New Collaboration Between Western Reserve PBS and The Summit
Northeast Ohio — March 23, 2015 — “Studio C Sessions,” a new weekly TV program featuring exclusive live music performances, will begin airing on Western Reserve PBS (WNEO 45.1 / WEAO 49.1) on Friday, April 3, at 9 p.m. The program is a public broadcasting collaboration between Western Reserve PBS and The Summit (91.3 FM Akron/Canton and 90.7 FM Youngstown/Warren/Western Pennsylvania) and features live performances that capture artists and audiences connecting in the closest of confines.
Artists featured in the first episodes of “Studio C Sessions” include Eric Hutchinson and Scars on 45 on April 3; OK Go and Kate Tucker on April 10 and Wild Cub and Patrick Sweeney on April 17. For more information about upcoming programs, visit http://www.WesternReservePBS.org or http://www.thesummit.fm.
Studio C’s intimate music moments are recorded at The Summit. To attend the sessions, one must be a member of The Summit, a nonprofit public radio station. In addition, a small number of Western Reserve PBS members can request an invitation to attend by emailing .
“Studio C Sessions” will repeat on Western Reserve PBS on Saturdays at 3 a.m. The program also will air on Fusion (WNEO 45.2 / WEAO 49.2) on Sundays at 8 p.m.
About The Summit
The Summit is listener-supported, noncommercial public radio serving the diverse musical culture of the Akron-Canton-Youngstown communities, as the premier source for an innovative and eclectic mix of music.
About Western Reserve Public Media
Western Reserve Public Media (formerly PBS 45 & 49) is owned and operated by Northeastern Educational Television of Ohio, Inc., a private, nonprofit corporation and consortium of Kent State University, The University of Akron and Youngstown State University. A trusted community resource, Western Reserve Public Media uses the power of commercial-free television and related services to enrich the lives of people through high-quality programming and educational services that teach, illuminate and inspire. It serves the largest population of Ohio's eight PBS member stations.
Western Reserve PBS (WNEO 45.1/WEAO 49.1), a service of the organization, is the only broadcast television service that reaches all of Northeast Ohio. It is available to 5.13 million people in the Cleveland and Youngstown designated market areas. In an average month, more than 1 million people tune in. The organization also operates three standard definition channels: Fusion (WNEO 45.2/WEAO 49.2), MHz Worldview (WNEO 45.3/WEAO 49.3) and V-me (WNEO 45.4/WEAO 49.4).
Through funding from the Ohio Department of Education, Western Reserve Public Media provides K-12 educational technology training and instructional television programming to 21,500 educators and 256,700 students in 10 Ohio counties. For more information about the organization, visit www.WesternReservePublicMedia.org or call 1-800-554-4549.