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Uncle Boo Show

"Uncle Boo Sells Sneakers" and Shoes is a live-action variety show for children ages 2 to 6. The action takes place in a magical shoe store, tended by Uncle Boo, where shoes grow on trees and shoe boxes are filled with surprises.

Uncle Boo is visited by Gaby the babysitter, who brings children to the store to try on shoes, sing, dance, and learn. Each episode highlights a different theme— food, feelings, our bodies, and more.

A wacky show with a gentle touch, the Uncle Boo Show evokes Pee Wee's Playhouse and Mister Roger's Neighborhood and the song stylings of Raffi.

Understanding China

The purpose of “Understanding China” is to improve the understanding of China for American audiences, to allow us to see China through Chinese eyes. We have a small studio in Beijing, and another small studio in Honolulu, and we link them up iive in a virtual studio.

The program profiles Chinese leaders in the fields of investment, technology, trade, culture, education, diplomacy and the arts. Each program is 30 minutes long, hosted by investor and author Michael North, with an informal interview format augmented by carefully researched stills, graphics and video, and simultaneous Mandarin translation. 

Understanding China is both entertaining and informative for general audiences in the United States and China. It is useful for anyone who wishes to understand the people of China, and how to connect with vast Chinese markets. 

University of Maine Cooperative Extension - Experts on Demand

Information you can use, research you can trust. Experts on Demand offers a wide variety of agricultural tutorials for professional and hobbyist growers, as well as tips for economic and personal wellbeing.

UnReal to Reel

A monthly show on all things movies and television ranging from genres, certain decades, whats coming out and what you might have missed. The show is hosted by AOTV Production Manager as well as a rotating series of co-hosts with specialties in the topic of the episode.

Until The Cows Come Home

Join travel writer, Dick Jordan, at a festival in the Austrian Tyrol celebrating the returns of cows to the valley from their summer pastures in the Alps.

You will see ornately decorated cows on parade along with goats and tractors, plus locals dressed in traditional Tyrolean garb. Then you will be off to the festival grounds to watch sheep being sheared and revelers hoisting steins of beer while the band plays on.

Set to the strains of polkas, Until The Cows Come Home will prompt you to book your trip to Austria to attend these end-of-summer events.

US Tzu Chi 360

USTzuChi360 is a television program aiming to document the full scope of the American Tzu Chi experience and to encourage and empower those who watch it. In USTzuChi360, people from many different races, religions, and experiences meet and interact. But its stories clearly show that love and compassion is universal.

USTzuChi360 have shown volunteers on charity missions going to other countries like Haiti, Chile, Germany, Central America, as well as interacting with people from every continent while in America. There are stories of South African volunteers at a United Nations conference, and stories of college students picking up trash on lonely dirt roads across America. There are stories of homeless hot meals in Chicago and Food Backpacks for the school children in San Francisco and Los Angeles. There are also stories of Tzu Chi’s clinics and Medical Outreaches, Tzu Chi schools and academies, and the public schools Tzu Chi partners with. These stories reveal that sometimes a physical need for food or shelter or medical care shows a deeper need to be loved and respected. Love is as much a human need as food or shelter, and fulfilling this basic need allows people to feel like they have space to breathe and to give as well.

USTC360 not only shows stories of people from many different backgrounds and religions, but it is targeted towards people from the many different backgrounds. Sometimes there is a sense of helplessness and hopelessness even in America. The principals of mindful living and selfless giving becoming an act of self-cultivation and self-help, of feeling empowered to do good and thus empowering others, are woven into the backbone of the show itself. Through the show, USTzuChi360 is delivering Tzu Chi Foundation and Dharma Master Cheng Yen's philosophies to the American public. USTC360's main goal is to reach as many people as possible, whatever race, religion, or walk of life they come from.