KCPT President and CEO Kliff Kuehl has been recognized in KC Magazine as part of the first annual KC Magazine 100. “The 100” features Kansas Citians who according to KC Magazine Executive Editor Katie Van Luchene, “put Kansas City on the map and make our city a great place in which to live and work.”
“We’re in good company,” says Kuehl, “It’s a real honor to be a part of a list of Kansas Citians that includes so many of the people and organizations that KCPT partners with on a daily basis for community projects and stories on our weekly local productions.
“Just look at the cover,” continues Kuehl, “names like Jane Chu, George Guastello, Julian Zugazagoitia, Crosby Kemper, these are people who are doing great things for our city and we’re proud to be working with them on projects like Meet the Past, Raise the Roof, Putting Down Roots and the new national PBS Arts special Homecoming, featuring the Kauffman Center and the Kansas City Symphony.
“This recognition is a real testament to the incredible work that the KCPT team does each day to make sure that we are truly using the power of public media to tell the stories and highlight the issues that Kansas Citians want to know.”
“The 100” is featured in KC Magazine’s April issue on newsstands now and also available online at kcmag.com.