Welcome to ShoreTalk – People, Trends, & Lifestyles
ShoreTalk is a local lifestyle TV program on Comcast Channel 19. ShoreTalk – People, Trends, and Lifestyles is educational, entertaining, and introduces fresh viewpoints and local expertise on a variety of topics.
Dr. Kathleen Skoczen hosts personalities, newsmakers, entrepreneurs, experts, and people making a difference in the community. Belinda Jones, Producer, brings in guests from the Shoreline and lower Connecticut River Valley, and occasional state and national guests, to educate, entertain and energize viewers.
ShoreTalk airs on Wednesdays, 4pm & 7:30pm, and Fridays, 2pm and 7:30pm on Comcast Public Access Channel 19, reaching Clinton, Westbrook, Old Saybrook, Essex, Centerbrook, Ivoryton, Deep River, Chester, Haddam, Killingworth and Durham.
Contact us at email@example.com or 860-399-1147.
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Photo above. Belinda Jones and Kathleen Skoczen in the studio.
Host - Kathleen N. Skoczen, Ph.D.
Anchor Kathleen Skoczen, Ph.D. is a professor of Anthropology and Women’s Studies with research focuses on international health, medicine, human rights, tourism development, breastfeeding and women’s issues. Kathleen is a graduate of the Maxwell School of Citizenship at Syracuse University and lives in Clinton with her husband and two sons. Kathleen is joined by Belinda Jones, a marketing and PR executive, to co-produce Shore Talk. Belinda has a background in fine arts, mechanical engineering, and the high tech business sector.
Photo Above: Breastfeeding Advocacy on ShoreTalk this week!
Showing this Week! Mary Marshall Crim, RN, Lactation Specialist joins us to discuss Breastfeeding Advocacy. Mary discusses current science on lactation, the role of the father and the benefits for mom and baby. Please join us!
What's Next? John Himmelman joins us to discuss his latest book, don't miss it!
Below: the last remaining coastal forest on Long Island Sound, The Preserve is the home of three watersheds for nearby towns. Copyright photo by Bob Lorenz