Whie Plains Week

 THE TELEVISION AND ON-LINE VIDEO WEEKLY NEWS ROUND-UP PROGRAM

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TO VIEW THE PROGRAM OF APRIL 11, 2014 CLICK HERE

 

TO VIEW THE PROGRAM OF APRIL 4, 2014 CLICK HERE

 

TO VIEW THE PROGRAM OF MARCH 21, 2014 CLICK HERE

 

TO VIEW THE PROGRAM OF MARCH 14, 2014 CLICK HERE

 

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PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: Brian Wallach, active in White Plains

civic and business circles for decades, is interviewed by John Bailey

and James Benerofe. He presents a fascinating look at White Plains'

past and how is has changed over the years. Recorded 4/17/14.

Click here to view.

 

PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

is interviewed by Peter Katz, John Bailey and James Benerofe.

She tells about her rise to become leader of the Democrats in

the New York State Senate, her goals to serve constituents,

state spending and taxes, consolidation of services, and a host of

other current topics. Recorded 4/11/14. Click here to view.

 

PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: Michael Kaplowitz, Chairman of

the Westchester County Board of Legislators, is interviewed by

Peter Katz,. John Bailey and James Benerofe on numerous

subjects ranging from the future of Playland, to the new

TZ Bridge, the housing settlement, taxes, and his role

as Chairman. Recorded 4/4/14. Click here to view.
 

 

PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: Alec Roberts, Founder & Executive

Director of Community Housing Innovations is interviewed

by John Bailey and James Benerofe on affordable housing,

how housing costs affect demographics, the HUD/Westchester

County settlement, and other topics of interest. Recorded 3/24/14.

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PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: Janet Langsam, CEO of ArtsWestchester

(formerly the Arts Council of Westchester) is interviewed by John

Bailey and Peter Katz about the past, present and future of the

organization and the state of the arts in Westchester.

Recorded 3/7/14. Click here to view.

 

PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: State Assemblyman David Buchwald

is interviewed by Peter Katz, James Benerofe and John Bailey on

the important issues of the day in Albany as they affect Westchester

in general and White Plains in particular. Recorded 2/28/14.

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PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: Get an inside look at how businesses,

organizations and governments make sure you get their messages

from Geoff Thompson, principal of the marketing and public

relations firm Thompson & Bender. Also discussed are major projects

such as the French American School of New York's proposal

in White Plains, and Playland. Recorded 1/31/14.

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PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: What happens when T. J. McCormack,

the morning host of WVOX radio, brings his broadcast, acting and stand-up comic

experience onto the set with Bailey, Katz and Benerofe? A fast paced, funny,

and informative look at entertainment and politics here and in Hollywood,

that's what!  Recorded 1/24/14. Click here to view.

 

PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: A government department that

operates at a "profit," where a months-long backlog of paperwork

was eliminated, and where citizens are served promptly --

impossible you say?? You need to watch Westchester County

Clerk Timothy C. Idoni interviewed by John Bailey, Peter Katz

and Jim Benerofe.  Recorded 1/17/14. Click here to view.

PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: White Plains Commissioner of

Public Works Joseph "Bud" Nicoletti provides insights on

snow removal, the city's infrastructure (some of which is

100 years old) , saving money through technology, and a host

of other fascinating subjects. Recorded 1/10/14.

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PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: State Senator George Latimer

provides an inside look at what's happening in Albany and\

what we can expect in the future regarding taxes,

jobs, dysfunction in government, and a host of other issues.

Recorded 12/13/13. Click here to view.

 

PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: Susan Katz and Kathy Ferri of

the Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry are interviewed about

the organization: the need it fills, its success in helping

animals and their people, and hopes for the future.

Recorded 11/27/13. Click here to view.  

 

PEOPLE TO BE HEARD: Go inside the winning re-election

campaign of County Executive Rob Astorino, and learn what

really is happening behind the scenes in U.S. politics and government

today as we interview Bill O'Reilly, political consultant and campaign

manager. Recorded 11/8/13. Click here to view.

 

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SPECIAL: Hudson Valley Pet Food Pantry receives grant from

ASPCA. Video of presentation at Pet Food Pantry space

rented at Ridgeview Congregational Church, White Plains.

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WHITE PLAINS WEEK is the award winning weekly news round-up of news and events in White Plains and beyond,

recently honored by the New York State Assembly. What's happened, who are the newsmakers, what's in store for the future?

The program features John Bailey, editor and publisher of White Plains CitizeNet Reporter wpcnr.com; Jim Benerofe, editor

and publisher of suburbanstreet.com and whiteplains.com; and, award-winning journalist Peter Katz, formerly with NBC,

WMEX, WGBH and WHDH-TV in Boston, ABC News, WFAS Radio, KFWB Los Angeles and nationally syndicated to

stations around the U.S., among others. White Plains Week can be seen every Friday at 7:30 pm, Saturdays and Sundays at

8:30 am, and again on Monday at 7:00 pm on Cablevision Channel 76 on Verizon FIOS Channel 45 throughout

Westchester County...and right now, right here on your computer! (Runs approx. 29 min.)

 

PEOPLE TO BE HEARD can be seen Mondays at 10:00 pm and Wednesdays at 10:30 pm

on Cablevision and Verizon FIOS.

 

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