|The Kamla Show |
"The Kamla Show," features stories about Silicon Valley and the San Francisco bay area.
Guests in the show include entrepreneurs, technologists, filmmakers, artists, writers and others, who contribute towards the vibrant economic and social landscape of Silicon Valley and the San Francisco bay area.
|The Kari Adams Show |
The Kari Adams Show is about dating, relationships, and lifestyle where Kari interviews expert guests on such topics. As a matchmaker, date coach and singles event host, Kari knows what it takes to find and KEEP love.
Guests include authors, celebrities, relationship experts and everyday people who have found love against the odds. Each episode focuses upon the positive aspects of dating and is intended for the viewer to feel hopeful, encouraged and excited about dating and being single.
|The Know Drugs Show |
The Know Drugs Show is based on the principle that the more you know about a subject, the less it can adversely affect you.
This is an interview style show discussing the many problems related to not only to street drugs, but also prescription drugs, with some workable solutions to those problems.
|The Land and the Legacy - The Stories of Tennessees Century Farms |
A series of programs about farms that have remained in one family that currently is and has been engaged in farming activities continuously for at least a century.
While these are relatively few in number, the stories of their successes are remarkable.
|The LaRouche Connection |
The LaRouche Connection is a news and information cable television program produced by EIR News Service. This is the place to see and hear Lyndon LaRouche, the world's foremost economic forecaster, who has inspired a worldwide political movement to reverse the depression collapse and bring about a new classical renaissance.
Distributed to about 150 cable systems, the program can be seen in over 10 million homes from coast to coast. In addition, a number of cable systems are now streaming live to the internet, which makes our programs available anywhere on the planet.
Our programs meet all the standard rules for Public Access programming are rated TV-G, meaning they are suitable for a general audience--adults and youth especially. They are NOT commercial or electoral campaign shows and are 1-hour (TRT=58:30).
What we offer is not just commentary on the news; the LaRouche movement is a major generator of great ideas which are making history internationally. And, what happens (or doesn't happen) in Russia, China, Europe, Africa, and Ibero-America, immediately and dramatically affects the lives of everyone in the United States.
You can learn more about The LaRouche Connection by visiting our website:
|The Maine Photography Show 2013 |
The Boothbay Region Art Foundation invites you to enjoy the 2013 Maine Photography Show with juror, Tony Sweet. 107 images were selected for exhibition this year from over 800 entries.
The Maine Photography Show is open only to photographers with Maine addresses. Boothbay Region Art Foundation presents this statewide event and is the venue for the awards ceremonies and the three week exhibition. Cash prizes underwritten by event sponsors are awarded for Best of Show and honorable mention, third, second and first places in four categories - student, black and white, color and a special theme.
The 2013 theme was TREES. This special showcases all the selected images by category, shares the excitement of the awards ceremony and presents interviews with photographers as they dropped off their prints. Additionally, this year's program includes a short tribute to Jim Taliana, the MPS founder, who passed away unexpectedly in November of 2012. The MPS Committee distributes this program annually to promote Maine photography and photographers.
|The Mass Factor |
Host Todd Feinburg, co-host of the WRKO morning show, holds a lively 1/2 hour interview with fascinating guests who may be elected officials, VIPs, or just ordinary folk, who may be from any political party, and who may have celebrity-status among voters today or in the future! The Fair Tax, Show ID to Vote, Right-to-Repair, Romneycare and Obamacare, Charter Schools, the Tea Party in Massachusetts - just a few of the topics so far - and so much more to come! Our audiences enjoy learning about subjects that, quite frankly, just aren't "sexy" enough for the mainstream media!
|The Military Industrial Complex at 50 |
Presentations made at the conference "The Military Industrial Complex at 50", held in Charlottesville, Virginia on September 16-18, 2011.
Speakers include David Swanson, author of "War Is a Lie"; Lisa Savage of Bring Our War $$$ Home; Bruce Gagnon and Mary Beth Sullivan of the Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space; Robert Jensen, professor of journalism at the University of Texas; Paul K. Chappell, author of "Peaceful Revolution"; George Friday of the North Carolina Green Party; and Bruce Levine, a clinical psychologist.
|The Modified Racing Series |
The 2010 Modified racing season is upon us, it is the most exciting type of racing in the country and there are a lot of people in the country who have never seen racing of this type. Also, we would love to introduce people from all walks of life to this exciting series. We travel all over the Northeastern part of the U.S. with great crowds in attendance and would love to have the rest of the country to have an outlet to see this type of racing. As other motorsports series we are always looking to bring in new advertising partners, race teams, and individuals interested in the sport.