Atlanta, GA, July 16, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Members of a small television video production team have come together to produce a television show aimed at improving the lives of Americans. Among other critical topics, the show entitled Changing Lives in America will expose scientifically tested ways to prevent child abuse.
Changing Lives in America’s creators seek to save the lives of thousands of young people from child abuse and other misfortunes across America by presenting cutting-edge topics in an entertaining manner. The show is designed to help protect people from unnecessary mental and physical harm. While incorporating the viewpoints of young people, these epidemic, in-your-face subjects are also likely to include problems like morbid obesity among youth and the human sex trafficking of minors.
The show, slated for national broadcast in September 2014, has the unique perspective of team members like, Empress Wolfe, the videographer. “The realness of the stories and situations is what is going to really capture the audience just because of similar situations the viewer has or knows someone affected as well,” she said.
The multicultural and cross-generational production team consists of videographers, a music composer, marketing specialists, and a behavioral science expert. “This show will plant a seed that will bloom into people’s hearts, and that will bring awareness to all people,” said, Zach Rogers, a marketing team member.
Emphasis on solutions, best practices, and tested approaches to changing lives set this production apart from other television talk shows. “When people are entertained while being taught/informed, it is much more likely to sink in,” said the show’s set designer, Cassandra Layne. She goes on, “More importantly, they will go out and spread the word.” As far as involving youthful attitudes and opinions, she said, “That’s where change starts. It’s much more effective to initially educate young, open minds, especially when addressing issues that are affecting them most!”
According to its creator and executive producer, Dr. JParker Griffin, Jr., “Changing Lives in America will make an indelible mark on the television scene.” He continued, “Nothing exactly like it has ever existed on the television airwaves before.” The show’s executive producer further asserted, “The show will expose the viewing audience to credible solutions and a much better way of life.”
For more information about ways to back and get personally involved in the production of the show, prospective viewers can access, Indiegogo.com, at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/changing-lives-in-america