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PATV is looking for “A Few Good Men” to participate in our Veterans Project series; “Veterans Stories: Vietnam”.  If you or anyone you know that would like to participate in this award winning project by sharing their experiences during this conflict please contact PATV Executive Director, Shirley Ann Bruno at sabruno@patv.org or call the office at (516) 629-3710 x12.

 

Korean War Veteran Logo

Col. Donald J. Ferguson, USA (Ret.) holding a photo of himself from the Korean War as a Sergeant E5.

Col. Donald J. Ferguson, USA (Ret.)

PATV is interested in creating programs featuring our local Veterans oftheKorean War.  We would like to schedule these tapings during the months of November and December.  These programs will cablecast in the beginning of 2014.  If you are a Korean War Veteran from the Town of North Hempstead and would like to participate in this project, please call PATV at 516-629-3710 x12 and give us your contact information.  Please leave a message if you can’t reach us directly, since we might be in the studio.  You can also choose to email us at sabruno@patv.org.  When we get your contact information, we will mail you additional information about our project.

 

On PATV set of "WWII Veterans Stories #12: Women on the Homefront" (l to r) Phoebe Lazarus, Lucy Benglund, PATV Executive Director Shirley Ann Bruno, Host and Veteran Mel Goldberg, Mary Seymour and Ruth Dolgow.

On PATV set of “WWII Veterans Stories #12: Women on the Homefront”

PATV Cablecasts “Women on the Homefront” in October 2013.  This program is the sixteenth in theVeterans Project series and features host and veteran Mel Goldberg who interviews local women; Phoebe Lazarus, Lucy Berglund, Mary Seymour and Ruth Dolgow about what they did during World War II at home.  This program will cablecast on Channel 20 (Cablevision) and Channel 37 (Verizon FIOS) on Wednesday, October 2 and 16 at 8pm, Saturday, October 5, 12 and 19 at 9pm, Sunday, October 6, 13, 20 and 27 at 3pm. 

 

 

 OUR VETERANS STORIES:

This Public Access Television Corporation (PATV) project is a series of programs which incorporates interviews with our local veterans from various wars.

Our purpose is to preserve the history and memories of the United States Veterans by providing them with an opportunity to tell the story of their experiences defending democracy throughout the world. Through their stories, we will learn about human character, bravery and patriotism. This series of programs will honor and remember the US Veterans who served and sacrificed their lives in the service of our country. PATV’s initial programs for the series featured our local World War II Veterans. These programs first cablecast in November 2008.

As of today, PATV has taped over 20 programs is this series.

The goal of this project is to provide an ongoing opportunity for Veterans to come to the studio to record on videotape their stories. Programs in the Veterans Project cablecast as a regular series on PATV’s channel, on Ch. 20 (Cablevision) and Ch. 37 ( Verizon FIOS) on Long Island. As with our other PATV projects, these programs will be available to the national network of local community access channels. In addition, we will make copies available to the local libraries’ video collection, schools and Veterans’ organizations.

Our objective is to reach out to our elected officials, community organizations and individuals for sponsorship of this project. Our supporters receive credit at the end of every program of this series and in all publicity associated with this project. Current sponsors are the Joseph A. Wilson Foundation, Town of North Hempstead, Astoria Federal Savings and New York State Legislature.

 

Please click on the following link to read about the Veterans Project:

Veteran Brochure

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