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Bongo Boy Rock n Roll
BONGO BOY ROCK n' ROLL TV Show Series is like watching MTV when it was cool.
It's a music orientated TV series that educates the viewers about upcoming indie artists and their quest to greater success. The show is dedicated to exposing the arts to new and old fans alike by featuring original music videos, Art, Indie Trailers, and history from different cultures with each new show.
"Sudzin Country" is country and bluegrass music interview shows with a song or two by the artist. Some of the shows teach a country dance in the show.
The Space Age
On July 20th, 1969, the first man, Neil Armstrong, stepped foot on the moon. It was the culmination of an eight-year-old promise and perhaps, the end of the Space Race. But how did we get there, and where would we go? The people, events, and inventions that brought us to the Moon, and beyond. Through tragedy, and triumph. From Sputnik, to Atlantis. This is the story of the Space Age. Half an hour of events, discoveries, people, speeches, documents, and history. This is a JCorp Movie.
Baby Blue Arts Presents
Baby Blue Arts Presents is a half-hour television music series that features some of the finest musicians around –- and they all happen to be in Minnesota!
Each program showcases a particular musician or musical group. Programs cover many different genres: jazz, classical, blues, folk, world, young artists. While most programs are taped in the CCX Create TV studio, we also film some on location.
The Producers' goal is to make great music available to a larger audience than many musicians would normally reach. Viewers fortunate enough to have access to this program are treated to a series of free concerts on their television!
Sci-Fi Journal is an award-winning Rhode Island public access cable TV show covering many aspects of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror.
Frequent segments include news and trailers for movies, television shows, video games, as well as news on Blu-ray/DVD releases, Anime, Gaming, Comics, and Collectibles, as well as reporting from events such as conventions, and other local happenings. Plus, there are interviews with favorite authors, artists, publishers, convention coverage, round-table discussions, and cool Internet movies, movie trailers, and more.
The 4 main hosts of the show currently are: Maddy Morisseau, Calvin Watts III, Marc Morisseau, James Hinsey, Ian Kingston who are all members of the Rhode Island Science Fiction Club. Other members may appear from time to time as co-hosts or during roundtables and several members help out the production.
Smart Movie Show
Jen, Max and Vic bring you movie updates each week. Featuring what’s new in theaters, what to watch at home, DVDs and other movie news.
After Hours Cinema - Ep10 – Man in the Attic (1953)
After Hours Cinema is a late-night, horror host television program presenting public domain low-budget horror and sci-fi films, along with showcasing independent filmmakers and fandom.
A horror host in the vein of the late great Bob Wilkins. Each show in addition to the featured film showcases retro trailers, cosplayers, and special guests.
Produced: Pascagoula, MS | Hattiesburg, MS.