Series: Pleasantville Public Access
Pleasantville’s channel 76 on Optimum: Catch all of Pleasantville’s public program here.
Produced by: Evelyn T. Latella
Chamber Chat hosted by Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce president, Bill Flooks, features interviews with Chamber Members and a review of upcoming Chamber and community events.
Pleasantville Chamber of Commerce members interview local shop owners and restauranteurs, encourage viewers to shop locally and discuss holiday gift giving ideas this holiday season.
Produced by: The Village of Pleasantville
The Clinton Street Center, the Village of Pleasantville's Senior Center, provides many services to area seniors. This series is intended to promote local services and to archive events for those who are unable to attend.
Produced by: Nick Antonaccio
Host, Nick Antonaccio shines the spotlight on special guests that are making a difference in the Village of Pleasantville.
Produced by: Juliette Saisselin
Host Juliette Saisselin interviews guests fluent in alternative health options.
This show features interviews with newsmakers and spotlights guests and issues of interest throughout the area. Examiner Media editors Martin Wilbur, Faith Ann Butcher and Andrew Vitelli host episodes on a rotating basis to highlight a variety of topics that are in the news throughout the region as well as profile notable people in the communities covered by the Examiner newspapers.
Produced by: Evelyn T. Latella
PCTV's thanks the local shops and businesses that have donated or contributed to the success of Pleasantville's local public access TV station - Pleasantville Community television (PCTV).
Produced by: Pleasantville Clergy Association
The Pleasantville Clergy Association is an interfaith organization comprised of the leaders of the Christian, Jewish and Muslim faiths in and around Pleasantville. We work together to promote goodwill among the various faiths we represent as well as a spirit of peace and cooperation in our community and beyond. Among the gatherings we sponsor are an annual Interfaith Thanksgiving Service, an annual Community Observance of Martin Luther King Day, monthly meeting of the local faith leaders and an occasional discussion group about the similarities and differences between us inspired by the book, The Faith Club. In all this we seek to model mutual respect, understanding and cooperation for the good of our community and the people we represent.
This weekly series focuses on adventures in wine and food around the globe, always from a local New York perspective. Each episode presents a theme that evolves around specific wine regions or grape varieties, coupled with pairings of food. Local food and wine establishments are frequently featured, including restaurants, caterers and gourmet food shops. Episodes immerse viewers in a virtual tour as the hosts discuss the history and background of select wine regions, wines and foods. Viewers are tantalized with on-screen wine and food tastings, accompanied by appropriate pairings. Each tasting is rated by the hosts, who challenge each other's decisions in a friendly exchange of opinions and insights.