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Producers & Hosts: Marlene Canapi

Marlene Canapi

Marlene produces numerous shows at PCTV, including "What's New Pleasantville?" a show conceived & written by Middle School students, "296" an original music showcase filmed at PCTV and the "Rotary Report" spotlighting the many, varied fundraising efforts of the Pleasantville Rotary Club. She particularly likes to align herself with shows that reflect the things in her life for which she feels passion--especially music and teaching. Additionally, Marlene is the proud parent of a daughter and a dedicated supporter of the Marty Lyons Foundation.

Series By This Producer/Host

  • 296

    296 is an original music showcase produced at PCTV by Marlene Canapi. Filmed in PCTV studios, this show spotlights live, original music and brings it to Westchester's airwaves! This exciting show provides both broadcast opportunity and television exposure for local, musical talent.


  • Whats New Pleasantville

    What's New Pleasantville is produced at PCTV by Marlene Canapi. It is both conceived and written by Middle School students. PCTV acts as their classroom, while students gain multiple television production skills, including elements such as: scriptwriting, acting, interviewing, and other phases of program development such as making commercials, marketing and branding.


  • Olivia Likes Almost Everything

    "Olivia Likes ALMOST Everything" is an invitation into the mind ofOlivia Nemec, who really does like almost everything. She enjoyspeople, learning new stuff, riding horses, playing with friends,making movies, staying up late, acting in plays, going to hardwarestores, cooking, using label makers, drumming, and being with hercousins. She is rarely not smiling. One of her favorite shows is PEEWEE's PLAYHOUSE. This summer she decided to make her own show thathad some of the same stuff in it. If you are wondering, Olivia doesnot like going to sleep or the word NO.


  • The Chatt Room

    The chattRoom is a pop culture-themed show that features unscripted interviews, vignettes, and off-site entertainment coverage.


  • In The Muse

    A program that takes the arts to a different level. Hosted by Bruce Figler.


Specials By This Producer/Host

  • Chappaqua Drama Club

    Jim Shankman, Producer/Director of Chappaqua Drama Group, and Michael A. Baker, author, discuss the upcoming stage reading of "In Defense of the Turkey Trot" on September 19, 2010 at 2pm.


  • Chris Bro on Giving: Greyston Foundation

    Host Chris Bro interviews Stephen Brown, President/CEO of Greyston Foundation about the organization and himself.


  • Chris Bro on Giving: Greyston Foundation

    Host Chris Bro interviews Steven Brown, President/CEO of Greyston Foundation about the organization and himself.


Contact This Producer

Email: marlenecanapi@optonline.net