From the Producers Pod: February 8-9, 2020

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Hi, it is Jayne Ann Bugda from the Producers Pod!   

Love puts the fun in together, the sad in apart, and the joy in a heart. ~Author unknown   From the Quote Garden

 Newsmakers to Feature Dinners for Kids Program_4736446426233195120 The NAACP will be the focus of this Sunday’s Newsmakers. Hosts Jayne Ann Bugda and Andy Mehalshick will be joined by Ronald L Felton, President and David Yonki, 1st Vice President of the Wilkes-Barre Chapter of the NAACP.

   Felton and Yonki will discuss the NAACP’s continuing mission to ensure equal rights for all.  They will also talk about the group’s proud past and what the future holds for the organization.

      Newsmakers airs this Sunday, February 9 at 6:30 am on WYOU and 11:30 am on WBRE.

Hidden History- Segment One_60379425I invited you to join us for “Hidden History: Celebrating Black History Month”.   We are working on a number of features focusing on the rich African American history and some new history being made in Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania.    Hidden History will air on  WBRE, Saturday, February 22nd at 7 p-m and Sunday , February 23rd at 11:30 p-m.  The program will also air on WYOU Sunday, February 23rd At Noon And Thursday, February  27th At 7:30 P-M.

Reminder_  Turn Clocks Forward this Weekend_-336875817880695054 *Join Eyewitness News Reporter Kevin Hayes as he takes us on a tour through the Tobyhanna Army Depot for a special report entitled “Ensuring Freedom” February 12 and 13 at 6 pm on Eyewitness News.

 This Week In Pennsylvania   Join  Dennis Owens for Sunday’s ‘This Week in Pennsylvania -State Representative Barbara Gleim talks about her push to revitalize the agriculture and tourism industry in Pennsylvania. Why she says her bill isn’t getting the traction it should. Plus- she talks about the “Women For Trump” event she attended earlier this week.

 This and much more on This Week in Pennsylvania airs Sundays at 6:30 am on WBRE   

   Director Sandy Wisnewski, Haley Bianco   checking in with this week’s PA Live Highlights!    Busy in the Kitchen – fun guests and more!  See you this week at 4 pm for PA Live the Area’s Only Lifestyle Show.  

Got a Question?

  Veterans Views jab_1552186303902.jpg.jpg If you have a veteran’s issue- you can call Judge Tom Munley of Veterans Views at 570-706-7418.  You can also reach Judge Munley on PAHomepage.com

LAW AND YOU DECEMBER 11TH 2019 If you have a legal question you would like answered by Law and You team of Attorney Greg Fellerman and Attorney Ed Ciarimboli you can call  570-706-7429.   You can also submit a question on PAHomepage.com

Financial Forum February 3, 2020Got a question about your finances?  Financial Forum with Christopher Scalese-   Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 11 am and Tuesday and Thursday during our 7 pm  Newscast on WYOU

Good News- In Case You Missed It-   Here are some good news and heartfelt stories you can see right here on PAHomepage!

*Revathi Janaswamy has a digital exclusive on a wonderful program being offered at Misericordia University.   Students and members of the University’s Swim team are teaching youngsters with autism  

*Logan Westrope-  Check out the Wally Fest Festivities- in Lake Wallenpaupack area:   the events will go on inside this weekend

* Mark Hiller stopped by the “Black Scranton Project’ pop-up art show.  The event is going on this month,

 Don’t forget to check out the Community Link here on PAHomepage.   This Weekend’s Community News Features.

*  Harness Racing begins a new season at Mohegan Sun Pocono .  

*   Cold weather means one thing for the second weekend of February in the Lake Wallenpaupack area: Wally Ice Fest.

*    Bloomsburg Children’s Museum Celebrating 35 Years of Educational Play, Learning and Discovery:
Volunteer Fair and Birthday Celebration Announced

*Pocono Raceway CEO, Nick Igdalsky, and President, Ben May, are excited to announce recent staff additions, promotions and strategic employee movement.

*  The South Creek Lions are hosting a Food Drive  through February, 29th 2020. Collections Boxes are located at Woody’s Country Store, Shedden’s and the Dollar General and the Gillett Branch of First Citizens Community Bank. 

 *The King’s College Theatre Department will present one of William Shakespeare’s most tragic stories, “King Lear.” 

Join the Team:

   Join the team on Saturday 6 am and 8 am   and Sunday Morning at  6 am and 9 am     Julie Dunphy  along with Logan Westrope

    Mark Hiller,  Kristina Shalhoup and  Mike Gilbert will be here on for Eyewitness News at 6 and 11 (on WBRE/WYOU)

On Sunday, Candice Kelly and Nick Toma  , Josh Hodell, – AJ Donatoni  for Eyewitness News  –   

  Zack Smith on the Assignment Desk

 Our Eyewitness News Producing Line-Up-  

 
  
  Jayne Ann Bugda- Executive Producer Special Project- Producer PAHomepage  and Eyewitness News at 7 pm 
      
  Katherine Lachette- Executive Producer -News
 

Tim Haberski-  Executive Producer -Digital

Dave Becker  –  Eyewitness News at  5pm
Kaitlin Sosnowski-Ayers is your 5 am and 6 am  producer.
Rachel Vitale  Digital Producer 
Varvara Budetti – Digital Producer
Ryan Kim, Producer

Alex Walton, Producer
David Barr-  Social Media Producer
 

 What’s on TV Tonight?

Saturday, February 8, 2020

WYOU

 Tommy , Followed by  48 Hours

WBRE

 AHL Hockey

Sunday, February 9, 2020

CBS Sunday Morning:

  COVER STORY: Intimacy on screen
Movies have long had stunt coordinators to oversee action scenes. But In the era of #MeToo, there’s a new focus on how romantic scenes are filmed for movies and TV. It’s led to the rise of a new figure on set: the intimacy coordinator, who helps actors and directors choreograph and act out sexual encounters safely and effectively. Rita Braver talks with Alicia Rodis, of Intimacy Directors International, about how the HBO series “The Deuce” changed the way actors get up-close-and-personal.

Carmen Miranda
On February 9, 1909, the samba singer, dancer and star of Hollywood musicals – celebrated as the “lady with the tutu-frutti hat” – was born.  Jane Pauley reports

Small town theater
Sixty-five-year-old Craig Smith has loved movies his whole life. So much so that, about 10 years ago, he took a leap of faith, and his life savings, to turn an old firehouse in Kingston, Washington, into the tiny town’s only movie house. But running a theater that’s practically a one-man operation isn’t easy, and Smith has faced difficulties that have stirred the community to help. Lee Cowan takes in a show at the Firehouse Theater. 

WYOU

 NCSI,  The FBI and NCSI- New Orleans

WBRE

America’s Got Talent, Ellen’s Game of Games –

Thank you for making Eyewitness News Part of your Day!!

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