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American Songwriter

American Songwriter is a music show produced at the Media Center in Palo Alto, CA ( The show features emerging Bay Area songwriters and bands performing original songs. The 28:30 show alternates musical performances with interview segments, with an emphasis on the craft of songwriting.

AMERICANA - The Way We Were

The show "AMERICANA – The Way We Were" looks back on American life by way of old
public domain newsreels, films and public/civic documentaries. Each episode contains one or more
snippets of the way American life used to be. This show is very enlightening, sometimes very funny
always quaint and illustrative of how simple life in the United States once was. Whether it is a look at
Dating in the 50’s or the use of Good Table Manners the construction of the 1964 World’s fair in New
York or everyone’s favorite TV commericals from the 40’s and 50’s there is something for everyone in
the episodes of “AMERICANA – The Way We Were”.

Americas Army - The Big Picture Americas Military 1930s through 1960s

"The Big Picture" is a program that was produced by the U.S. Army back in the 1940's and 50's. It is now in public domain.

The show is basically a PR show by the Army about the Army. In retrospect it is a wonderful view of how America once viewed itself and it's enemies. How we as a nation solved problems, interacted with other nations and viewed or armed forces with pride.

An Original TelePlay, Rope of Sands

Rope of Sands is a original teleplay written, produced and directed by Toni Seger. It was taped in Portland, Maine for the Community Television Network.

Rope of Sands is a domestic drama (read 'food fight') in one-act touching on many things including the nature of creative expression and the potentially lethal destructiveness of passivity and non-communication.

The dynamic is that of three characters who verbally chase each other in dizzying and frustrating circles. At times, they are witty and are often deliberately provocative, but none of the three are able to connect.

In No Exit, Jean Paul Sartre depicted hell as being eternally trapped after death in a triangle of people with whom you can’t make contact and you can’t escape. Rope of Sands brings that hell into life.

Rope of Sands was favorably reviewed after running in a NYC festival.

Rope of Sands won three nominations at the Planet Connections Summer Festival, in New York City, including one for Best Playwright.

The play runs 48 minutes.

An Outback Christmas

Deep in the Australian Outback lives a Blue Cattle Dog named Bluey who needs to get home to his parents house for Christmas Day. He encounters an emu who wants to play a digeridoo in a band, an echidna who just wants to experience big city lights and kangaroo who just wants air conditioning and a bag of lettuce leaves.

Analyzing the 1 Per Cent

This weekly program is a scientific analysis of the psycho-pathology of those who wield socio-economic power, those referred to in the Occupy movement as the 1%. Comparisons are made between principles of the Founding Fathers of the U.S. and the psychotic interests of a small group of international bankers. Each program contains video clips of demonstrations filmed by the Occupiers themselves revealing the realities of the movement that mainstream media never shows.
It is presented by the Occupy Wall Street Activist Gilbert Gambucci, who is by profession an International Piano Recitalist and Psycho-Social Analyst.

Anatomy of the Human Mind Course

This is a TV adaptation of the extremely popular course created by L. Ron Hubbard, author of the best-selling self-help book of all time, Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health. He is also the Founder of the Scientology religion.

The Anatomy of the Human Mind Course contains a precise description of the mind, how the mind works, its components, and its relationship to the individual.

This TV adaptation of this comprehensive course consists of twenty-one 30 minute episodes based on the works of L. Ron Hubbard.

We currently have 18 produced 1/2 hour shows and have another four new shows scheduled for this year.

Andre Presents

”Andre Presents” is a show that we cover subjects pertaining to Italian food preparation, history of Italy through the ages , the Italian American experience, Our culture and what we have contributed to America, special Italian celebrations like the feast of St. Anthony , St. Joseph , the feast of the 7 fishes, travel and sites to see in Italy and local Italian Americans and the service they do in the community.