1. Urban Paradise: The Director's Cut


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    premiere date: June 21, 2011 network: Maryland Public Television/PBS narrated by: Joan McCready written, produced & directed by Steven Fischer executive producer: Michael English coordinating producer: Susan Jacobson arboretum cinematography: Steven Fischer interview videography: Marlene Rodman, Tim Pugh, Terry Williams editing by Steven Fischer, Joe Campbell music: Baxter Poe, Stan Hope, Richard Beddow, Andrew Britton & David Goldsmith, Brad Smith, Greg Lehrman, Joanna Balloon Knot, Frederick Kron, Don Wilkerson TRT: 7:52

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      Museum of Broadcasting Hall of Fame Mary Alice Williams Inducted 2006 One of the most esteemed names in network news, Mary Alice Williams brings an impressive history in broadcast journalism to her current roles at CBS News and the Discovery Health Channel. A Minneapolis native, Williams began her career as a reporter at KSTP TV in the Twin Cities, later moving to New York with WPIX TV and later with NBC flagship WNBC. She rose to prominence as one of the founding anchors at CNN and served as Vice President in charge of its New York Bureau, becoming one of the highest ranking female executives in American television. She joined NBC News in 1989 and became the first woman to win a national Emmy Award for anchoring an evening newscast. She has written and hosted highly acclaimed specials for PBS, ABC, and Lifetime, and has won numerous awards for her work in television, radio, and interactive media. She is recognized today as one of the most important voices covering foreign policy, ethics, technology, and health.

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      • Student reporters investigate solutions to the minimum wage debate


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        The current federal minimum wage limit has become topic of much controversy. Individuals that work for many service industries feel that the wage is not suitable to live on and that in order for them to survive in this economy the wage limit must be remedied. Some look at the wage increase as a simple solution to inflation and cost of living appreciation, but how do those variables effect students? The PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs in Fraser, Michigan investigate how students and politicians feel about creating a wage limit that is determined by an age requirement. Produced with support by Detroit Public Television.

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        • Progressive Building Society New Year Commercial 2015


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          • The Relatives: Walking On


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            The Relatives perform their 1970s classic "Walking On".

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            • The Relatives: Say it Loud


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              The Relatives perform the 1970s soul classic, "Say it Loud".

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              • Tim Walton Camera Work 2014


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                • Kathy Buckley Kansas City 2013


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                  Gifted comedienne, award-winning actress, accomplished author, and renowned inspirational speaker KATHY BUCKLEY is a force like no other. Billed as America’s first hearing-impaired comedienne, she has appeared on The Tonight Show, Today Show, Good Morning America, CBS This Morning, Entertainment Tonight, and Extra. She has been featured in several national magazines, including People as one of its most touching stories of 1997. Kathy is also a five-time American Comedy Awards nominee as Best Stand-Up Female Comedienne. As an actress, she has appeared in Touched by an Angel and in her critically acclaimed one-woman off-Broadway show, Don’t Buck with Me/Now Hear This! Kathy is the author of a book titled If You Could Hear What I See and an original awardwinning PBS special, No Labels, No Limits! Her highly acclaimed autobiographical theater play, Now Hear This!, premiered off-Broadway and then opened in Los Angeles, with both Kathy and the show winning the distinguished Los Angeles Theater Ovation Award for best writing of a world-premiere play or musical and the Los Angeles entertainment industry’s coveted Media Access Award for best play of the year. She has received numerous awards for her dedication to all people with disabilities and her commitment to children. Visit www.kathybuckley.com for more information.

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                  • Joshua Torrez' Reel


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                    This is a Joshua Torrez' Reel which features him in role played on CBS' GOLDEN BOY, NBC's DECEPTION, CBS' BLUE BLOODS, & PBS' THE ELECTRIC COMPANY. All rights are reserved to respected parties listed above for the footage provided.

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                    • PBS Math Club


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                      A Youtube series for PBS, this original web series helps the average 7th grader navigate mathematics using fun topics like movies, cooking, and texting. Watch full episodes here: https://www.youtube.com/user/PBSMathClub/ Completed at Radiant Features Creative Director – Dylan Robertson and Bill Ferehawk Animation, Art Direction and Design- Liz Klein

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