1. Agha Khan Patient Behbud Society Ramadan TVC 2013

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    A TVC Campaign by Patient's Behbud Society of Aga Khan Hospital for the month of Ramdan 2013

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    • Donación de libros campaña "Elévate Leyendo" con Sistema TV, PBS Kids y Jet Blue

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      Conoce más de nuestra programación en www.sistematv.com Síguenos por Twitter @sistematv Danos "Like" en Facebook http://www.facebook.com/canal40

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      • PBS Hawaii - Just A Thought - Keiki-Pua Dancil

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        PBS Hawaii - Just A Thought - Keiki-Pua Dancil

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        • “Virginia Home Grown” #1004 Promo

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          For our June 2010 show, Richard visits Agriberry Farm to discuss Raspberries, then Amy takes a look at the goat industry in Virginia. Watch June 29th at 8:00 PM on WCVE PBS and WHTJ PBS, or on July 3rd on WCVW PBS at 5:00 PM.

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          • The Passions & Politics of Ed Edelman Promo

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            The Passions and Politics of Ed Edelman is the inspirational documentary of the life and career of Ed Edelman, a political visionary whose courage and humanity transformed the fabric of life in Southern California. Told through archival footage and poignant interviews, the film provides a journey through Los Angeles’ history over the past half-century. Narrated by Tom Brokaw, the documentary will be broadcast on PBS SoCal, January 20, 2013 at 5 PM and on PBS OC on January 26, 2013.

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            • "Soul Food Junkies" Movie Ad

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              A plate of fried chicken, green beans, rice, macaroni and cheese, and a roll Fried chicken is put on a plate Collard greens and macaroni and cheese Filmmaker Byron Hurt grew up eating lots of soul food: grits and scrambled eggs covered with cheese, buttered biscuits smothered with gravy, bacon, collard greens seasoned with ham hocks, fried pork chops, macaroni and cheese, deep-fried chicken, fried fish, barbecue chicken and ribs, candied yams coated with cinnamon and brown sugar, and other delicious but fatty foods right out of the black southern tradition. Both of his parents are from Milledgeville, Georgia, a small southern town. It’s a place where soul food is beloved by black and white folks alike. Soul food is a long held culinary tradition passed down from generation to generation, and is a source of pride for many black people. Some soul food, depending on how it is prepared, can be good for you. But when it is cooked with lots of fat, sugar, and salt — which is often the case — it can lead to obesity and other health issues. Hurt can speak from personal experience. From his earliest memories, his father was overweight, his mom the soul food chef. As an adult, growing concern about his father’s health prompted Hurt to confront him about his eating habits, but to no avail. Eventually, his father made small changes to his diet and began to exercise more, but the changes came too late in his life. In 2004, doctors diagnosed him with terminal pancreatic cancer, a virulent disease that disproportionately affects black people. Statistically, black Americans are more likely to die of the disease than whites; figures for 2001 to 2005 from the National Cancer Institute show that blacks had a 32 percent higher death rate. One of the risk factors for developing pancreatic cancer is a high fat, meat-based diet. Hurt’s father died in 2007 at the young age of 63. This is sadly a common story in the lives of many African American families in the U.S. — losing loved ones too soon from a nutrition-related illness. In Soul Food Junkies, Hurt sets out on a historical and culinary journey to learn more about the soul food tradition and its relevance to black cultural identity. Through candid interviews with soul food cooks, historians, and scholars, as well as with doctors, family members, and everyday people, the film puts this culinary tradition under the microscope to examine both its positive and negative consequences. Hurt also explores the socioeconomic conditions in predominantly black neighborhoods, where it can be difficult to find healthy options, and meets some pioneers in the emerging food justice movement who are challenging the food industry, encouraging communities to “go back to the land” by creating sustainable and eco-friendly gardens, advocating for healthier options in local supermarkets, supporting local farmers' markets, avoiding highly processed fast foods, and cooking healthier versions of traditional soul food.

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              • PBS "Slices of Life"

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                A live action companion to our recent PBS spot entitled Boxes. This spot shows the breadth of Programming as well as the broad Demographic PBS Serves.

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                • Edgar Allan Poe's Mystery Theatre VOD

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                  Poe often wrote about the concept of "genius" and how it should be defined. Was he talking about himself? Or was this just one of his many hoaxes?

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                  • Earth a New Wild

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                    • Promo for Pinot Noir: The Holy Grail of Wine

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                      --Promotional Underwriting for this documentary is provided by Clouds Rest Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast AVA. Airs Sunday, December 18th at 8pm on KRCB-TV22. Pinot Noir - The Holy Grail of Wine - is a story of a struggle of the most elusive, captivating and most coveted varietal - Pinot Noir. The documentary reveals the history of Pinot Noir wine from the Roman Empire to its journey to California in the 19th century. Pinot Noir is not only the toughest and most capricious grape to grow, but Pinot Noir wine is the hardest one to produce. Nevertheless, the mysterious allure of this noble varietal, and its age-old reputation for challenging winemakers, captivates those seeking out the Holy Grail of wine-the greatest expressions of complexity and splendor offered by Pinot Noir. The documentary features Master Sommeliers and is based around the story of Clouds Rest Pinot Noir vineyard from Sonoma Coast.

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