Marketing Communications Manager KVIE Public Television
Sheryl Brown is a graduate of the University of California at Davis Marketing & Public Relations and Executive Leadership programs. Sheryl has 20 years of experience in non-profit marketing and public relations with an emphasis in art (Crocker Art Museum from 1990-2000) and broadcasting (KVIE Public Television 2000 to the present). She held leadership positions with the Sacramento Public Relations Association, a not-for-profit professional continuing education association, including two-terms as president. Her role at KVIE is to manage and provide a broad range of communications and marketing support to the organization including directing interstitial strategies. Previously, she held positions in real estate and legal administration.
Every 10 minutes, someone in the United States contracts the AIDS virus. Half are black. Thirty years after the AIDS virus was first reported among gay white men, nearly half of the 1 million people in the United States infected with HIV are black men, women and children—even though blacks make up just 12.6 percent of the population. “If black America were a country, it would have the 16th highest infection rate in the world,” says Phill Wilson, founder of the Black AIDS Institute. But how and why is HIV so much worse in black America? Can something be done—on a personal level, policy level, or community level—to bring about an end to the epidemic? ENDGAME: AIDS in Black America, airing
The numbers are staggering: 1 out of every 88 children in America has autism. Statistics show, it is the fastest-growing serious developmental disability in the U.S. Autism: Emerging from the Maze, a new documentary produced by KVIE Public Television examines the daily journeys of local families as they seek to understand autism and explores the latest research and services. In the documentary, insights on early behavioral markers for autism from experts at the UC Davis MIND Institute; STAND, Sutter Transition for Autism and Neurodevelopmental Disorders, a clinic helping adults living with autism; and services provided by the Alta California Regional Center are explored. Amanda, a 22-year-
For thirty-one years, KVIE Public Television has created an accessible venue to bring art into the homes of Northern Californians throught its annual art auction as well as original KVIE documentaries and national programs on the arts. Today, the station is pleased to announce its call for emerging and established artists to enter their work into the 2012 KVIE Art Auction juried art competition. Artists get the chance to win a cash award for their artwork, which includes $500 for the Best of Show or $100 for a First Place award in each category. A Juror’s Award will be given to two artists as recognition for excellence in selected categories. The entry categories are: California's Gold, Ph
On Memorial Day, KVIE/PBS will launch Front Row Center, a new concert series produced to give the live music fan an incredible, “like I'm there” experience. Front Row Center comes from the producers of the critically acclaimed PBS music series Soundstage. Filmed in front of a live audience at venues including, New York’s historic St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn and the Roseland Ballroom in Manhattan, this concert series delivers top-notch performances from some of the biggest names in music including, The Beach Boys, who reunite to celebrate their 50th anniversary; Train; Phil Collins; The Secret Sisters featuring T-Bone Burnett, Elvis Costello and Jakob Dylan; Colbie Caillat; Moby; Cheap
KVIE Public Television is seeking video submissions for You on the Road, a community video companion project to its Rob on the Road series hosted by Rob Stewart. This project is an opportunity for anyone to use public television to share their stories about the people and places that inspire them, and capture what makes our region an exciting place to live and work. Through Rob on the Road and You on the Road stories, you can help others experience our region in a new and inspiring way! From the submissions received, KVIE will select stories to be featured in a 30-minute special edition of Rob on the Road. The producers of the selected videos may also have the opportunity to be interviewe