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You and Your Health

Look out Dr. Oz, Dr. Chapnick has hit the airwaves! You and Your Health is an interview based show on all things health with its focus on the non-traditional healing arts.

Understanding that the world of alternative and complimentary health care is growing at a rapid rate, much of the public are still unaware of its many disciplines. We may have heard of reiki or acupuncture but not know much about it or how they work. Chiropractors, the most utilized practitioners in the alternative health care arena, are still thought of as only a back pain relief specialists. As a chiropractor, Dr. Sandy Chapnick sheds light the on the undeniable power of Chiropractic to help the body work to its potential and on the many ways that the public can take charge of their own health. His hope is to encourage and inspire his audience to live healthier lives. As confidence in traditional medicine has been waning in recent years, Dr. Chapnick takes you on a journey to a healthier new.

You Wanted to Be A Farmer - A Discussion of Scale

On January 19, 2012 No Umbrella Media (along with the Sap Pail and Food for Maine’s Future) took a field trip to Blue Hill to talk with local people directly affected by the food security issues surrounding a recent State of Maine lawsuit against Blue Hill farmers Dan and Judy Brown.

We made a video from that trip.

Your Federal Government

The primary goal of the “Your Federal Government” series is to disseminate information to the public about what each Federal agency does. Shows focus on basic mission, are not political, not time sensitive, and run between 30-60 minutes.

Participating agencies provide services that impact citizens on a local, regional and in some cases, national level.

Your Hit Parade

Your Hit Parade was a popular American radio and television program, sponsored by Lucky Strike cigarettes and broadcast from 1935 to 1955 on radio, and 1950 to 1959 on television. During this 24-year run, the show had 19 orchestra leaders and 52 singers or groups.
Each Saturday evening, the program offered the most popular and bestselling songs of the week. The earliest format involved a presentation of the top 15 songs. Later, a countdown with fanfares led to the top three finalists, with the number one song for the finale. Occasional performances of standards and other favorite songs from the past were known as "Lucky Strike Extras."
Note: {This discription of the show was taken from Wikipedia}

These episodes of Your Hit parade on Peg Media contain clips of public domain footage of the show. These clips have been edited together by Brian Soucy of Great Falls TV. The original commercial content has been cut out and replaced with currant national PSA’s. New episodes will be uploaded periodically until we have run out of public domain clips of the show.

Your Money Your Life

Dedicated to educating the general public on issues surrounding elder law, estate planning, elder care services, elder housing options, medical issues, financial planning, insurance products and life style issues most relevant to Baby Boomers and care takers of older adults. This show targets the Baby Boomer demographic and seeks make them more aware of their options. In so doing, they develop the confidence to engage in the appropriate advance planning.

Your Next Bold Move

A television show that provides inspiration, information and resources to those looking to make their next BOLD move. Personally and or professionally. Many of us reach a time in our lives where we re-evaluate our situation and ask ourselves questions like; Am I in the right job, career, or industry? Is there something I have a passion for that I’m not doing something about? Why am I dissatisfied and restless and what can I do about it?

Our show will help viewers learn strategies and tips to inspire them to move forward with their dreams and goals.

Your Red Cross in Action

Your Red Cross in Action is produced by the Disaster Services Department of the Massachusetts Bay Chapter of the American Red Cross as part of our Community Disaster Education program.

Each episode is a half-an-hour in length and utilizes an interview format. A Red Cross representative facilitates a dialogue with a guest who is an expert in the subject matter of the episode topic.

In the past we've covered issues including fire safety, Emergency Medical Services in Boston, juvenile fire setting, Massachusetts 911, and emergency preparedness for seniors. Each interview segment is broken up by informational videos produced professionally by our national office.