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Produced by: Donna Scimia
"Taming the Cubicle Jungle" gives voice to and provides solutions for some of those workplace challenges that all managers and employees encounter from time to time. Whether you're looking to build a great workplace team, dealing with finicky co-workers, trying to improve productivity and morale, or wanting creative strategies to handle the myriad of issues peppering the organizational landscape, Donna and her guests use their combined expertise and a healthy dose of humor and common sense to get you thinking out of the box and moving forward. Donna welcomes feedback and show topic suggestions from her audience.
Produced by: Marlene Canapi
296 is an original music showcase produced at PCTV by Marlene Canapi. Filmed in PCTV studios, this show spotlights live, original music and brings it to Westchester's airwaves! This exciting show provides both broadcast opportunity and television exposure for local, musical talent.
Its simple. 2 Guys (Jim Horigan and Chris Bro). 2 Videos (we each pick a video). 1 Vote (you pick your favorite song/video). Vote at http://allthingsnext.com
Produced by: Ben Cheever
Host and author Ben Cheever interviews writers about their books.
Produced by: Nick Antonaccio
A look into the private lives of local business people in our community.
Hi, I'm Colin McPhillamy. I'm an actor by profession with a sideline as an astrologer. When I moved to Westchester in 2015 with my wife to be nearer our family, I took a listing in Natural Awakenings. I was so fascinated by the diversity I found there, I wanted to talk to some of the people who offer interesting services there as well as practitioners from the greater New York area.
Legal and political issues abound on Anything Goes! A robust discussion between former prosecutors Dan Sweeney and John Mangialardi, Anything Goes examines both past and up to the minute legal and political matters. Special guests often join the pair, bringing with them additional legal and political opinion and expertise.
Produced by: Tara M. Klein
Arc of Westchester knows that the complex world of transition planning for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities can be frustrating. We're here to help. With the support and guidance of Arc of Westchester's Navigation Team, this new video series has been created by parents for parents. Our hope is that by breaking the transition process down into small, sequential steps, you will feel informed, empowered and able to connect your child to the important adult services they will need to live a full and happy life within their community.
Produced by: Charles Hellmich
Charley Hellmich, host, interviews local business owners exploring their initial vision, what has made them successful,future plans and their commitment to the community.
Produced by: Vanessa Catalano
Vanessa Catalano is host of "At the Kitchen Table", a PCTV series that brings your most important daily conversations to the forefront. Whether it's about family or finances, children or charity, "At the Kitchen Table" dishes up valuable advice for your everyday issues. Pull up a chair and join us!