Spotlight


SPOTLIGHT will brighten your life with stories about the arts, education, technology, healthcare, and other illuminating topics.

Health Care/Performance
Boobie Sisters

Spotlight - The Boobie Sisters - Breast Cancer Survivors
Performance
Joshua Bell

Spotlight - Joshua Bell Interview
Performance
Renée Fleming

Spotlight - Rene Fleming Interview Mountain Lake PBS
Education
Therapy Dog
Spotlight - Therapy Dog for Reading
Technology
Flight Simulator

Spotlight - 787 Dreamliner Flight Simulator
Health Care/Technology
Robotic Surgery

Spotlight - Robotic Assisted Surgery
Art/Technology
Digital Arts Festival
Spotlight - Digital Arts Festival
Education/Health Care
Hospital Clowns

Spotlight - Student Fund-raiser for Hospital Clowns



In 2011, "Spotlight" producer Paul Larson won a national award from NETA, the National Educational Telecommunications Association, in the "News & Public Affairs" category. The winning segment:  "The Boobie Sisters," women surviving breast cancer with humor.


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