For Immediate Release
Friday, December 16, 2016
Contact: Mark St. George, Producer – Little Egypt Live, (618) 453-5887, email@example.com
Ivas John Blue Christmas 2016 to Air on WSIU-TV
Programs Airs as part of Little Egypt Live
Carbondale, Ill. – WSIU Public Television, a public media service of Southern Illinois University Carbondale, will present a one-hour Little Egypt Live special featuring holiday songs performed by local artists at the Ivas John Blue Christmas holiday concert held on December 10, 2016 at SIU’s Shryock Auditorium.
Little Egypt Live: Ivas John Blue Christmas 2016 will air on WSIU-TV on Friday, December 23 at 10pm, Saturday, December 24 at 6pm (new time), and on Christmas Day at 11am.
Artists featured in the broadcast include “Big” Larry Williams, The Gordons, Wil Maring and Robert Bowlin, Marie Meunier, The Swamp Tigers, Mel Goot, Shadi Frick, Charles Morrill, Jamie Pender, The Free Range Chicks, and Kristin Bryant.
WSIU-TV plans to produce a second one-hour program featuring non-holiday songs performed at the concert. Watch for updates online and share your comments or suggestions at wsiu.org/littleegyptlive. You may also connect with the series on Facebook at facebook.com/littleegyptlive.
About WSIU Public Broadcasting
WSIU Public Broadcasting is licensed to the Board of Trustees of Southern Illinois University and is an integral part of the College of Mass Communication & Media Arts on the Carbondale campus. The WSIU stations reach more than three million people across five states and beyond through three digital public television channels, three public radio stations, a radio information service, a website, and an education and community outreach unit.
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WSIU's programs and services are partially funded by a grant from the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.
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