KAWE - Common Ground
Lakeland Public Television develops, produces and distributes a 30-minute magazine-style program that showcases regional arts, history and cultural heritage events, people and places of significance. Common Ground airs Thursday nights during primetime and is re-broadcast overnights and weekends as well as during primetime on our L-Plus digital sub-channel. Each episode varies; however, the 30-minute show is typically broken into two to three major segnments, each approximately seven to nine minutes in length. In its second season, Common Ground has extended to a longer segment format for certain topics or subjects. The more in-depth focus will be carried into the third season as well. Topics will include, but not be limited to, visual art exhibits, powwows, festivals, music and dance performances, and historic landmarks.
28 episodes aired prior to July 1, 2012. Increased participants featured, increased revenue for participants due to exposure, web hits, ranking in program preference poll.
In FY 2012, Lakeland Public Television's Legacy production crew developed and produced 28 episodes of "Common Ground". This 30-Minute magazine-style program showcases regional arts, history and cultural heritage events, people, and places of significance. Common Ground episodes premiered Thursday nights at 7:00pm, and received overnight and weekend rebroadcasts, as well as a primetime repeat on our L-Plus digital sub-channel. Topics this season included visual art exhibits, musical performances, local festivals, and exploration of historic landmarks.