HOW WE EXPERIENCE MUSIC, MOVIES & MORE
SWEET STREAMS: How We Experience Music, Movies & More is an exciting documentary that looks at the evolution of music, film, television and gaming over the last 30 years. We examine how we communicate, experience and purchase various forms of entertainment today and compare that to how we used to experience these things prior to the new and growing technology of streaming. We interviewed established artists, educators, executives and fans of all ages to gain insight on what was, is and will be in this ever changing digital world.
LISTENING TO MUSIC
FINDING NEW MUSIC
THE GATES ARE WIDE OPEN
IT'S THE RADIO PEOPLE
YOU HAD TO HAVE TALENT
WHO'S YOUR FAVORITE ARTIST?
THE END OF AN ERA
DIS WHAT WE DO
HOSTED BY WILLIAM L. JOHNSON
William L. Johnson (The Black Hamptons, Blue Hill Avenue) hosts ‘Dis What We Do,’ a show that documents the very best of Southern California. From the deserts to the east, to the beaches to the west, ‘Dis What We Do' provides viewers a look inside Southern California’s diverse communities and lifestyles including music, film and television.
TASTE OF SOUL 2022
THE BLACK HAMPTONS
Understanding Unions talks to everyday people about how their union affects their life. From teachers, to truckers and every essential worker, unions deal with everything from their pay (so that they can make a living wage) to their health benefits for themselves and their families. Unions protect the people that keep America moving and we’re giving those people a voice.
HOSTED BY RON PAT & JANAE LATRICE
VOICES is a conversational show created to start a dialogue between the sexes and bridge the widening gap between men and women while reminding (and teaching) each other that we are not enemies, nor competitors. UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL!!!!
MY WEIGHT LOSS JOURNEY
Your weight is directly connected to your health, physically and mentally. Although we all need to exercise, eat right and get enough sleep, sometimes it feels like there just isn’t enough time in the day for that. Between work, school, parenting and just living your life, doing what’s necessary to keep up with your physical health can be a lot.