Community Advisory Panel


What is the Community Advisory Panel?

The Community Advisory Panel reviews the programming goals established by Detroit Public Television and WRCJ-FM, the services provided by the stations, and the significant programming policies.  The Panel then advises the management of Detroit Public Television and WRCJ-FM with whether the programming and other policies of the stations is meeting the specialized educational and cultural needs of the communities served, and may make such recommendations as it considers appropriate to meet such needs.

The advisory panel is intended to provide the public the opportunity to be heard on station programming, community service and impact on the community of major policy decisions.

The Community Advisory Panel meetings are conducted quarterly.  The next meeting is scheduled for: 

March 13, 2019
5:30 PM – 7:30 PM

Marygrove College

8425 McNichols, Detroit, MI


Community Advisory Panel Members: 

Bernita Bradley – Co-Chair

Alfred Brock – Co-Chair

Kassem Allie

Alexandra Biggert

MiVida Burrus

Gail Busby

Ida Byrd-Hill

Esperanza Cintron

Gene Cunningham

Kimberly Davis

Erica M. Dean

Khary Frazier

Rania Hammoud

Sonia Harb

Jerry Hendler

Amina Iqbal

Yolanda Jack

Richard Kramer

Michelle Lynch

Calvin T. Mann

Jane Potee

Melinda Mo'Nae Rawls

Freda Sampson

TaMuk Scruggs

Joe Siciliano

Stacey Stevens

Sue-Anne M. Sweeney

Tiffany Taylor


How to get involved:

If you or someone you know is interested in serving on Detroit Public Television’s Community Advisory Panel, please contact or call Lisa Hall at 248-305-3735.


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