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Around Akron with Blue Green

Around Akron with Blue Green

This monthly half-hour series, is the work of Akron producer Blue Green, who says, “The goal of the show is to shine a spotlight on all of the good things that Akron has to offer.” Green noted that the city of Akron is a wonderful place in which to live, work, stay and play, but he feels “to truly be a great city, we need our own Akron-based news and local television programming.” Each show consists of four stories, including segments on dining, arts and culture, history, business, and movers and shakers. (2016-current) 

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Studio C Sessions

Studio C Sessions

Recorded live in a subterranean bunker of a studio on the backstreets of Akron, Studio C Sessions are live performances that capture artists and audiences connecting in the closest of confines. To experience these unique concerts live, you have to be a member of The Summit FM, a public radio station serving Akron, Canton and Youngstown. But now Western Reserve PBS and The Summit are teaming up to share highlights of these intimate music moments on Western Reserve PBS. (2015-current) 

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Past Series
90-Second Stories

90-Second Stories

In commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the fall of Saigon, Western Reserve PBS presents 90-second Vietnam War stories. The stories are the work of Kent State University student Daniel Henderson and Western Reserve PBS's production staff. Aired 2015.

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NEOtropolis

NEOtropolis

NEOtropolis explores the business and economy of northeast Ohio and the challenges and opportunities unfolding in our region. It’s not “business as usual.” Aired 2009-2012.

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NewsNite

NewsNite

Western Reserve Public Media’s half-hour news program offers interesting stories about the greater Akron area and the entire Northeast Ohio region. Aired 1998-2013.

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