Jim Lowenstern, the host of the new, local cable access television show: "New England Prosperity" has decided it is time that Newton had its own special show that is focused on everything that makes Newton and New England great!
In the course of the next month, Jim will begin producing a TV show on NEW TV – Newton’s cable access station – and he hopes to also give back to others.
“I tend to be altruistic,”
Jim’s goal is to create a TV news magazine with a local bent, with the ultimate goal of bringing to light anything that matters to the people that live in the multiple villages that make up Newton.
Are you helping raise money for new brass instruments for the middle school band? Are you opening a new business or revitalizing an old one? If so, Jim would like to hear from you.
“I want people to know about all of the amazing resources that Newton holds,” Lowenstern said. “There are mothers at home making a difference with the part time businesses they run after the kids go to sleep, and there are the movers and shakers that make the town run every day.”
Jim is also interested in hearing about what matters to his viewers – the people of Newton.
Are you concerned about the education your children are receiving? Is your neighbor struggling to pay the mortgage? Is there something gnawing at the back of your mind seeking an audience?
Communities are often better at solving problems together than apart.
Jim understands the power of a wonderful "home" and the broad images the word "home" can convey. His goal with this program is for everyone in Newton to feel like they can step out their front door on any given day and feel that there is understanding;
“In this day and age, supporting local businesses is of utmost importance to me,” Lowenstern said.” I want the opportunity to tell the stories that matter to the people of this city in this time. What worked ten years ago, isn’t necessarily working today. How can we all join together to bring us closer to a solution to some of the problems we may be facing in town currently?”
An African proverb notes, "It takes a village to raise a child." Jim says: “These days it takes a village to help raise up all of those that live in the community. Let’s all bring the stories of our amazing City Of Newton, MA to light and help others while we are at it."
Newton, Boston, and all of New England offers so much that Jim truly believes that the show will be a focal point for news, arts, real estate and the social network of philanthropy within the Newtonian community. For more information concerning "New England Prosperity" or to possibly be a guest on the show, feel free to write Jim at: firstname.lastname@example.org.