The Manchester Wolves TV Debut
MANCHESTER, NH - March 26, 2007: The long awaited construction for MCAM's 2000 sq ft. state of the art, multi-set Studio A begins this week. Studio A will offer our community many new possibilities of recording programs never before available at our public access station. If you want to liven up local dialog by including a panel of participants as well as a call-in audience, then our new, larger talk show set will accommodate you. We are also adding a stage area for musical performances, and a utility area for demonstrations. In addition, we are completing a large, evenly-lit monochromatic background that can be replaced in editing with any virtual background you want. There will be room for a live studio audience and our modular design will allow the studio to be reconfigured for larger community town meeting events as well.
If you thought it was fun to produce programs at MCAM before, wait until you see Studio A! Don't miss our Grand Opening, Thursday, April 26th during Open Doors Trolley Night from 5-8 p.m. when we invite the public to come see the new studio and celebrate our new recording capabilities. Stay tuned!
Tonight, Monday March 26 at 7:30 p.m. Charlie Sherman is back talking with local small business owner Rick Botnick, president of E&R Cleaners, about how this long time local cleaning company has evolved its services over the years to service its customers and accommodate its employees. Craig Peterson, the host of "Tech Talk" which airs every Saturday at noon on WGIR, makes a guest appearance during the show to comment on how the new electronic clothing tags work and the type of data they are designed to collect. Then at 9 p.m. you can explore the world of energy healing as producer Norm Moody talks with Reiki Master Linda Tremblay on "Norm's Psychic World."
And at 10:30 p.m. the Manchester Wolves Arena Football team begins their new show aimed at helping our viewers get familiar with this indoor variation of America's favorite all-time sport. Watch radio play by play announcer Dick Lutsk, head coach Ben Bennett, communication director Karl Bertelmann, and general manager Angelo Mazzella talk about the sport and their plans for the upcoming season which begins on the road this week.
On Wednesday March 28 at 9:30 p.m. on "VISTA Spectrum," host Stephen Shaw talks with John Wood from Friends of the Valley Cemetery and Arboretum about what efforts they underwent to restore this historic area of Manchester.
On Thursday March 29 at 5 p.m. on "Political Chowder," Arnie Arnesen rewinds the State House happenings with Jeff Feingold, editor of the NH Business Review, Rick Newman, former State Legislator and Lobbyist, and political and public relations consultant Patrick Hynes, covering the issues on national health insurance, public education, and the internet effect on political campaigns. Later in the show, Arnie navigates the intersection of faith and politics with Dr. Mark Silk, founding editor of Religion in the News, and Pastor Russell Johnson, Director of the Ohio Restoration Project, a movement of over 1000 "Patriot Pastors" from conservative churches. Then at 6:30 p.m. on "Speak Your Mind," producer Bob Barry talks with Hillsboro County Commissioner Toni Pappas.
On Friday March 30 at 9:30 p.m. on "Policy Watch" producer Joe Briggs seeks to create an active dialog between the NH senators Sununu and Gregg by challenging the facts, assumptions, and consequences of their position on U.S. foreign policies in the middle-east.
On Saturday March 31 at 11 p.m., Public Domain Double Feature Theater begins with "Hittin' the Trail" (1937) starring Tex Ritter with all the action, romance and music of a great B-Western flick. A group of wrongly jailed outlaws are let out to join up with the good guys against a worse bunch of outlaws. Our second feature is "The Gun and the Pulpit" (1974). A gunslinger, with a price on his head, discovers the body of a traveling minister who has been killed in an ambush. Fearing those who are following him, he assumes the dead minister's identity.
And on Sunday April 1, beginning at 4 p.m., MCAM features the Manchester Monarchs on "Game of the Week," as they returned home to face off against the Portland Pirates at the Verizon Wireless Arena. Not only do the Monarchs lead the AFL Atlantic Division's team standing, but they also top the division in the number of fans that show up to watch the games, sometimes filling up the arena with close to 9,000 supporters. Manchester loves hockey and MCAM is happy to share the Monarch's games with our viewers!
For more information or to post comments on any of our weekly shows, visit our producer pages at www.mcam.org.
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