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APTS PRESIDENT AND CEO PATRICK BUTLER INTERVIEW ON WTCI'S THE A...

APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler Interview on WTCI's The A List with Alison Lebovitz

In January 2012, APTS President and CEO Patrick Butler, a Chattanooga native, was the premiere guest on WTCI's new series The A List with Alison Lebovitz webisodes. Alison spoke to Pat about his career in government and media, including his time at the White House and his current role at The Association of Public Television Stations, a nonprofit membership organization that works to achieve strong and financially sound noncommercial television and advanced digital services for the American people.  

To watch the webisode in it's entirety, click here.

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