How we spent our summer

By Kathy Bratkowski, HEC-TV Producer and Director “There are only two types of people in the world, the Irish and those who wish they were.” –Irish proverb 32 days. 2 cameras. 5 crew. 9 students. 3 professors. 3,928.1 Miles or 6,321.6 Kilometers (STL-Dublin). 4+ inches of rain. 200+ photos. 6 Terabytes of 4K footage. Those seemingly random... See More.

Maryville Talks Books: Fall 2016 Lineup

Maryville Talks Books features lectures by noted authors. Admission is free and open to the public unless otherwise indicated. Seating is first come, first served. Maryville Talks Books is sponsored by HEC-TV, Left Bank Books and St. Louis Public Radio. Watch past Maryville Talks Books, here.   Emma Donoghue The Wonder Thursday, Oct. 11—7 p.m.... See More.

Library wants families to read 1,000 books before kindergarten

By CAMILLE PHILLIPS, St. Louis Public Radio Whether mom reads “Goodnight Moon” before bedtime every night for a month, or grandpa helps the kids check out seven new books each week, St. Louis County Library wants to make sure babies and toddlers are getting exposed to lots of different words. To encourage parents to start... See More.

Top 5 things to do this weekend: Aug. 12 – 14

Friday, Aug. 12: Bat Boy The Musical Hope Falls, West Virginia, is atwitter with news that one of the Taylor children has been attacked by something neither fully animal nor human. Fortunately the Taylors have captured the creature, which is now in the custody of the town veterinarian. The doctor’s wife takes pity on... See More.

2016 Emmy nominations have been announced, HEC-TV takes 16

The 2016 Mid-America Emmy Awards nominations have been announced, and HEC-TV is honored to be nominated for 16 awards, including Overall Excellence! Here are the HEC-TV nominations: Arts and Entertainment – Program Feature Segment Glass: The Art of Sam Stang Kathy Bratkowski, Peter Foggy Arts and Entertainment – Program/Special State of the Arts Kathy Bratkowski, Paul... See More.

St. Louis Public Schools receive training, funding to boost AP scores

By CAMILLE PHILLIPS, St. Louis Public Radio Two weeks before the new school year, St. Louis Public School teachers Ninfa Matiase, LaJuana Stidmon and Jeremy Resmann cut red agar into squares before dropping them into vinegar. It’s an experiment to test how quickly the cubes absorb the vinegar — one of several lesson plans the... See More.

HEC-TV receives coveted Pinnacle Award from CILC

Content Providers across the globe earned a coveted Pinnacle Award for the 2015-2016 school year from the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC) and the Higher Education Channel (HEC-TV) is honored to be among them. CILC is recognized nationally and internationally as the leader in live, interactive content aggregation, consulting, and support services. The... See More.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am