KPA Vice President, Jeff Jobe, has been reappointed to the Kentucky Authority for Educational Television Board of Directors. Gov. Matt Bevin made the announcement Thursday.
He will serve for a term expiring June 30, 2022.
The Kentucky Authority for Educational Television is comprised of nine members: five members appointed by the Governor and four other members, including the chief state school officer, a representative of the Department of Education, a representative of the University of Kentucky and a representative of the state universities. The Authority was created in 1962 to govern and operate Kentucky Educational Television (KET), the largest PBS network in the nation.