Camellia Com to debut local show
Some familiar faces will soon be showing up on television screens across the area.
Camellia Communications plans to debut a new show titled “Community Clips,” that will feature local personalities beginning October 2.
The show, which will be hosted by Greenville native Wynn Boan, will follow a talk show format and will address a number of topics.
“One of the first episodes we filmed was a show with (Greenville Police) Chief Lonzo Ingram,” said Evelyn Causey, Chief Operating Officer for Camellia Communications. “He addresses things we can do to stay safe — common sense things that we should all know, but sometimes we forget.”
Causey said episodes with L.V. Stabler Memorial Hospital physical therapist Shannon Hartley, exchange students who are studying in Butler County this school year and an episode on technology made easy have already been filmed.
“We want this show to be local faces mixed with informative information that will be helpful to everyone in our community,” Causey said. “We want this to turn into real community television.”
A sports show with Colin Macguire is also in the works, according to Causey.
The episodes vary in length, and Causey said the company plans to air one new episode a week. “Community Clips” will air on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. on Camellia Communication’s channel 33.
There are also plans in the works to televise replays of the local high school football games beginning in mid-October.
A complete schedule of the station’s local programming will be made available online at