Afterhours: Live From The Red Cat Birmingham
The Red Cat brings accoustic entertainment to the homes of Birmingham with a new TV Series!
Afterhours: Live from Red Cat Birmingham is a TV series featuring nationally known singer-songwriters performing acoustic pop and folk music at Pepper Place's favorite little coffe shop. The show airs weekly on Alabama Public Television and WVUA-TV, giving viewers front row seating for the type of entertainment that Pepper Place natives have grown to love and expect from The Red Cat.
The Red Cat is quickly becoming one of the premiere locales for the nation’s best acoustic singer-songwriters to showcase their talents. Exposure like this showcases how wonderful our district is, and as a result Pepper Place will only continue to grow and gain more opportunities, such as the filming of Moms' Night Out at The Red Cat, and Heidi Elnora's reality TV show also being filmed in the district.
The half-hour programs are broadcast on Tuscaloosa station, WVUA-TV & Birmingham Station, Alabama Public Television.
Be sure to tune in weekly and support these artists, Pepper Place and your local coffee shop!
For More Information on the TV Series, Continue Reading Below
The first season of Afterhours: Live from the Red Cat Birmingham was launched January 2013. The series is produced by the University of Alabama Center for Public Television and Radio, a service department of the College of Communication and Information Sciences. The department was founded in 1955 to produce programming for the newly-formed network of public television stations in Alabama and it has continued to produce award-winning programs for public television to this day. In recent years it has also produced programming for the University of Alabama’s TV stations, WVUA and WUOA.
Production of the programs at the Red Cat offers University of Alabama students an opportunity to gain valuable on the job experience working alongside professional staff.
WVUA and WUOA are two TV stations operated by the University of Alabama. WVUA channel 7 covers the Tuscaloosa area. WUOA channel 23 covers the Birmingham television market which includes a large portion of central Alabama. Both stations air the same programming and are identified on-air as WVUA which was the first of the two stations to begin broadcasting.
Alabama Public Television is a statewide network of nine stations operated by the state of Alabama. It was America’s first public television network and has broadcast programs which educate, inform, and enrich the lives of the people of Alabama since 1955.
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