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Michael Uhila Presents

Nancy Brown - April 10, 2014

Michael Uhila Presents has been on the air since 2011. From local music videos of artists, to yoga reporting, acting like actors, artsy stuff, a fashion show, to interviewing former WWE wrestling champion Chyna to dancing.  The aesthetics are valuable and the show goes on with the curiosity of a cat beyond nine lives. It’s stupid, crazy-fun and don’t Read More…

Veterans Helping Veterans

Elliot Margolies - September 17, 2013

Veterans Helping Veterans TV is a 2013 WAVE Award winner for the best in community media.  We present guests who work on behalf of veterans and provide effective, genuine outreach.  We encourage veterans to join a veteran service organization and to become involved in community service.   Some of the topics we have presented are Read More…

The Next Step

Elliot Margolies -

“The Next Step: Showcasing the art, music, literature, spirituality and politics of the evolving new consciousness” The Next Step is hosted by Daniel Kottke, and features an hour-long panel discussion on a topic of the day.  

In The Sisterhood

Elliot Margolies - September 16, 2013

In the Sisterhood explores what is on women’s minds and in their hearts with a variety of topics designed to empower women. The show is intriguing, intelligent, engaging, informative, at times irreverent, spiced with some levity, but never boring!  

Hale I Ho’Omana

Elliot Margolies -

Hawaiian themed Praise and Music show.  

Alive and Free Youth Media

Elliot Margolies - September 13, 2013

“Alive and Free” Stories East Palo Alto is a tough town to grow up in. There’s a lot of love and community, but also a lot of gang activity centered around turf and drug sales. A lot of young people have died before their time. Others have wasted many years in prison. In 2009, two Read More…

Borderless Dreams

Elliot Margolies - November 5, 2010

Telling documentary co-produced by the Media Center and the Day Worker Center of Mountain View – looks at the lives and work of undocumented migrants who came to Mountain View, CA to provide for their families.