Ken Feltman was recently elected interim president of the Falls Church City Television Access Board after Bob Loftur-Thun, the former board president, stepped down from the board to focus on family health issues.
“Over the past 15 months, the board facilitated the reactivation of the FCC-TV governance Steering Committee with our partners, the Falls Church City Public Schools and the City Government; modernized FCC-TV studio and field equipment; reached out to the community to recruit new program producers; added eight new public access programs and started new production classes,” Feltman said. “The board looks forward to working with our FCC-TV partners to have FCC-TV reflect and promote our unique community.”
Since stepping down, Loftur-Thun reported that the family health issues he stepped down to focus on are much improved for one of his daughters and his second daughter was at Sloane Kettering in New York last week for testing. For more information about Falls Church City Television, visit fcctv.org.