ATTORNEY DAVID PRATHER ADDED TO WPBT2 BOARD, NEW DIRECTORS, FUTURE CHAIR ALSO NAMED
Florida, Fla. (February 10, 2011) – David Prather, a partner at the law firm of Clark, Fountain, La Vista, Prather & Littky-Rubin in West Palm Beach, has been named to the Board of Directors of Community Television Foundation of South Florida, the non-profit organization that operates PBS station WPBT2.
During the WPB2 annual meeting, the board also elected Armando Leighton, Jr., president of CRS Jet Spares, Fort Lauderdale, and Dwight Stephenson, owner of D. Stephenson Construction, Fort Lauderdale. Plus, Jack Lowell, vice president of Flagler Real Estate Services in Coral Gables, has been elected Vice Chair and Chair-elect. He will become Chairman of the Board in 2012.
David C. Prather is a Board certified civil trial attorney, who concentrates his practice in the areas of personal injury, medical malpractice and products liability litigation. He has obtained numerous multi-million dollar verdicts and settlements for his clients.
With a service area from the Treasure Coast to Key West, WPBT2 is a regional organization with a geographically diverse Board of Directors, with representation from Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties.
South Florida’s premier public broadcaster, WPBT2, is a community-licensed, not-for-profit media enterprise serving communities from the Treasure Coast to the Florida Keys. WPBT2 provides high quality content from PBS, independent acquisitions and its own original productions. WPBT2’s digital media platform offers: 2HD, a 24-hour high definition channel; Digital 2.2, a mix of Science & Nature Channel, Culturas, The Florida Channel and Create; Digital 2.3, V-me, a 24-hour national Spanish-language network.. The WPBT2 website, www.wpbt2.org,, includes Impromp2 (a community blog), and uVu, a video sharing website.