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Date Posted: 06:08:12 11/15/17 Wed
Author: Pat Cloonan
Subject: Re: Locally produced TV shows
In reply to: WTK 's message, "Re: Locally produced TV shows" on 19:22:21 09/18/17 Mon

WPCB-40 has a good volume of local production amid its largely syndicated religious fare (both on 40.1 and its "Faith and Family" 40.2 whose tapes of local services now are accompanied by the live daily Mass from St. Mary's at the Point that used to run on WBGN/WEPA/that deleted network of low-powers).
However, while it still has a decent local alternative to "The View" and "The Talk" with "Sister 2 Sister" featuring among others the former Shop'n Save lady Kathy Svilar and East McKeesport Magisterial District Judge Roxanne Eichler, its "golden age" featured some nationally-syndicated fare (which may include if you like its bid for a sitcom, "Pastor Greg").
The late Tom Green's "LightMusic" comes to mind in that vein, a music video show that won awards in Christian circles but wasn't afraid to toss in the occasional secular video.
Also, there was the "His Place" coffee shop, and more recently the late Arlene Williams and "At Home."

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