|The New England Job Show |
This is a show produced by job seekers, for job seekers. We focus on the job search process.
|The Night Shift |
The Night Shift is a “radio show on television”. Inspired by a local producer in Wakefield, MA who was producing a Big Band Era Radio Show on our access channel, friends Adam Dusenberry and Shawn Downs decided to try this format out as well. Our tastes in music and indeed in music libraries differed as to offer an interesting mix of music.
The show went on the air in 2000 and has seen many upgrades and format changes since then. The current show is 1 hour in length. The current format grew from the idea of a “pirate” radio station (WTNS) that takes over the airwaves of the fictional CIN Tv (Corporate Interest Network) for one hour. We play music from local artists (and are always looking for more) and even include the occasional special guest or pre-taped segment. We like to have fun with the show so funny antics and jokes are almost always a given, especially where Shawn is concerned. We hope you will enjoy it and bring us to your community.
We produce 4-5 episodes per year and have a number of back episodes.
|THE NOISE GALLERY |
"The Noise Gallery" focuses on showcasing Boston area musical acts in a unique and entertaining way. Every episode is a short documentary style interview followed by a full studio musical set by the featured artist. The show is edgy, fresh and is not like anything else on access television. We feature musical acts ranging from punk rock bands to house music djs and everything in between.
|The North Andover Forum: US Senate |
Four candidates for the Democratic Nomination for US Senate outline their positions during a candidates forum held at Merrimack College, North Andover, MA, on Sun., Oct. 18.
|The Pagan Voice |
The Pagan Voice is a weekly news magazine that addresses the issues of today from a Pagan perspective. Whether exploring religious discrimination, gender equality, sustainable living, sexual rights, or gun violence, our journalism team is dedicated to bringing a fresh voice to the marketplace of ideas.
Each episode is filled with the latest news headlines, in-depth reporting, commentary, and profiles of people and organizations who are making a difference in the world. If you are looking for unique stories and thoughtful analysis of our rapidly changing culture, we invite you to join the conversation on The Pagan Voice.
|The PalavaHut Show |
A palava hut, found in most West African countries, is a small hut made of thatch roof and waist high walls which has over the centuries served as a place where people engage in conversation about issues that surrounds their community. The PalavaHut Show operates with the same idea, but this time instead of going to the palava hut, the PalavaHut is coming to you. The PalavaHut is a new trend of talk show that allows viewers to be part of the discussions by getting your input prior and during the show about topics that will be discussed during the show.
We will be adding interactivity with the talk show by getting people to send in their questions prior and after the show via emails, Skype, PalavaHut, Twitter, Facebook and others.
The PalavaHut Show will inform, educate and entertain viewers on various facets of African culture. The PalavaHut Talk show will present messages that would enlighten and allow opportunity for a deeper appreciation of the African culture
Each week The PalavaHut Show brings you a unique look at African Culture through the eyes of our guest. Whether it is cooking or dating, The PalavaHut Show brings it all to the forefront for a hearty discussion.
We welcome your comments, questions, and ideas for shows and guests. You can email us email@example.com Or join our community on PalavaHut http://www.palavahut.com/community or on Twitter @palavahut and on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/palavahut/