WTVI PBS Charlotte

WTVI PBS Charlotte reaches more than 1.1 million households in its 13-county service area in North and South Carolina and prides itself on providing education, culture, and citizenship across all of its platforms to serve the public interest and further the mission of Central Piedmont.

The PBS Charlotte station is the only public television station and PBS affiliate based in Charlotte. PBS Charlotte has served citizens throughout the Carolinas for more than 50 years. Following its acquisition by Central Piedmont in July 2012, the station was taken back to a full daytime and primetime PBS programming schedule.

How to Get to WTVI PBS Charlotte

  • Driving and CATS Directions

    To get directions to WTVI, select the following map and enter your address. You can also use the map to plan which Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) bus routes you can take to get to WTVI.

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  • Restrooms

    Most of Central Piedmont's restrooms are standard facilities — you are welcome to use the facility that matches your gender identity. The college also provides gender-neutral/family restrooms on the first floor.

WTVI Website

Learn more about our high quality, noncommercial, educational programs and services that range from award-winning children’s programming and groundbreaking documentaries, to original performances and informative local public service programs. Series broadcast by PBS Charlotte's two stations include Carolina Impact, the Trail of History, Off the Record, and Charlotte Cooks.

PBS Charlotte station

For-College-Credit Programs and Courses at WTVI PBS Charlotte

You can take many general education/core classes at any Central Piedmont campus. Refer to individual program pages for course requirements and location availability.