In Charlotte, it began in 1990 as a way to initiate a public dialogue around community challenges. Today after 20 years, 1,000 weekly broadcasts and expansion onto 22 PBS stations in North and South Carolina Carolina Business Review has become the most widely watched source for business and public policy issues across the Region. Series Executive Producer and Moderator, Chris William also leads a team of financial professionals for a large financial institution, comprehensively managing families wealth and strategic financial direction. In addition, he annually participates and authors forums and conferences on the most acute Public Policy and Business issues.
Chris William launched Carolina Business Review in 1990 as a way to initiate a public dialogue around community challenges. He serves as the television program’s Moderator and Executive Producer and has hosted more than 1,000 episodes airing in 22 media markets throughout North & South Carolina. Chris is a Managing Director for a major financial institution and leads a team of financial professionals to comprehensively manage families’ wealth and strategic financial direction. In addition, he annually participates and authors forums and conferences on the most acute Public Policy and Business issues.
As Content Producer for Carolina Business Review, Mark Boone suggests program topics, coordinates guest scheduling and consults with Chris William on the questions to be asked of guests. Mark also oversees CBR’s marketing and communication outreach, including the recent expansion of the program into social media.
Building upon his fifteen years of experience as a television news reporter and manager, Mark manages customer-facing and internal communication projects for a major financial institution headquartered in Charlotte. He also volunteers his time as a communications consultant to non-profit agencies in the Carolinas.
We proudly partner with the following regional Public Broadcasting organizations to produce a weekly, 30-minute dialogue that can been seen on 22 PBS affiliates throughout North and South Carolina: