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Pleasantville Public Access Series | 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.
Pleasantville Public Access Series | 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.
Pleasantville Public Access Series | Produced by: Jim Horigan, Chris Bro
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
Pleasantville Public Access Series | Produced by: Ben Cheever
Host and author Ben Cheever interviews writers about their books.
Pleasantville Public Access Series | Produced by: N/A
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.