News about Margareta's TV 36 productions

Aside from her own "M" Soul Productions, Margareta has collaborated as Artistic Director on different TV shows, including 
Summit is Special
, Murph and the Mayor, M. L. King Jr., Millburn View, Moments in Summit,and Hello Dolly - rehearsals.
2004 Telly Awards
2005 The Women of Summit
2006 Shows

Arts & Humanities # 23
Museum Series
Arts & Humanities #22
"Mozart Year" ( II ) hosted by
Noel D.Werner, Minister of Music,
with violinist Irma Louis Wright, and
pianist Lauri MacNeill Clancy.
Arts & Humanities #21
- Summit in celebrating "Mozart Year"
  conductor, Jason C.Tramm.
- President Eric Pryor about Art Classes
- Director Joann Lopresti Scanlon is
  rehearsing "The Lion in Winter"- J. Goldman.
- Preparing for International Children's Day,
  at Washington School.
Arts & Humanities
Master of Fine Arts Candidates
at Visual Arts Center of N.J.
"Summit Schools Spotlight" with
Carolyn Deacon, Ed.D., and Ross Kasun.
Remembering John Lennon, at the
Summit Free Public Library.
Elaine Becker about TV36

Arts & Humanities #19
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey
Feed the Children
Pottery by Larry Stern at Griffin Gallery



Summit Independent Press - March 29, 2006
AREA - Summit resident Margareta Paslaru's "Arts & Humanities" show airs on TV-36 on Wednesdays at 7 and 10 p.m., Fridays at 9:30 a.m., Saturdays at 8 and 11 p.m., Sundays at 6 and 9 p.m. and Tuesdays at 9 a.m. For April, Ms. Paslaru has produced and directed "Mozart Year," a special edition of "Arts & Humanities" that celebrates 250 years since the birth of Mozart. This time, the show is hosted by Noel Werner, the minister of music at Central Presbyterian Church in Summit, who introduces violinist Irma Louis Wright and pianist Lauri MacNeill Clancy.

Independent Press, February 22, 2006
Serving Berkeley Heights, Chatham Borough,
Chatham Township, Madison, Millburn-Short Hills,
New Providence, Long Hill Township and Summit.

Klaif presents a new show staring Summit on TV36
by Liz Keill

SUMMIT - Common Council woman Diane Klaif
is hosting a series of programs on TV-36 starring
the City of Summit. "Diane Klaif Presents" is
broadcast Monday at 6:30pm, Tuesday at 9:30 pm
Saturday at 8:30 pm and 11:30 pm (...) Ms. Klaif also
credited TV-36 executive producer Margaret Paslaru
with contributing to the format for the show.

2005 Shows

Arts & Humanities # 16
David Tregunna is interviewing
British artist Chris Gollon.
Forever Music - George Gershwin
with John Carlini and Brian Glassman
The Red Cross - Summit Area Chapter
J.A.G. segment -Rehearsals
Esmeralda Ballet from NJPAC
Arts & Humanities  #15
Opening season at NJCVA
Helping the Iraqi Children
Summit Animal League - Adoptions
Harpist Merynda Adams

Arts & Humanities #18
Forever Music - Duke Ellington
John Carlini and Jim Pellegrino
Griffin Gallery - Cheryl Ayres Neri
and artist Bonnie Maranz
Summit Play House presents
"The Miracle Worker" by William Gibson
"Arts & Humanities" #17
The Art Center of New Jersey
Sandy Skoglund exhibit
"Bridges"-Helping the homeless
Domo Gallery for Heart Gallery
PeachCraft Actors Studio - Kate Kennedy
The Independent Press - Wednesday, July 13, 2005

The Videographer Awards is an international awards organization that helps set the standards for the video production industry. Winners come from video production companies, independent producers, directors, videographers, editors and other institutions, government entities; broadcast and cable television operations; advertising and public relations agencies. There were 2,293 entries from throughout the United States and several foreign countries in the  The Videographer Awards 2005 competition. The Award of Distinction was awarded for projects that clearly exceeded industry standards.

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New Shows:

The Best Of...# 5 - "Humanitarians"
The Best Of...# 4 - "Dance Education"
The Best Of...# 3  - "Musicians"
The Best of...# 2 - Artists and their Art
The Best of...  # 1- Summit Schools Spotlight
The Best Of... "M" Soul Productions series
in celebration of the 25-year anniversary of TV36




Independent Press
January 26, 2005

ART FROM ROMANIA - From left, International Children's Day co-chair Carole Papale; Summit Recreation director Romayne Eaker-Kelly; Margareta Paslaru, founder of International Children's Day celebration in Summit; and Diane Klaif, co-chair of the 2005 Summit event, display art work by children from Craiova, Romania. As part of annual International Children's Day in Summit, fourth graders exchange art work with children in Romania. Look for an exhibit of Romanian children's art at Summit City Hall in advance of the June 1 event. International Children's Day has been celebrated internationally since 1925, and in Summit since 2001. The community is welcome at the Memorial Day commemoration on the city's Village Green, where Summit schoolchildren will sing the theme song "Our Day, Children's Day."

Summit's Rhapsody #62
"The Women of Summit" - 2005 Calendar
Human Mosaics # 72
Animal League
The Food Bank - Kid's Cafe
New Eye for the Needy
Child Adoption
Summit's Rhapsody # 61 -Reading Is Fundamental
guest, Carol Hampton Rasco -President and CEO
Arts & Humanities # 14 - The artwork
of John Lennon "When I'm Sixty Four"
Domo Gallery - Jordan Eagles, NJCVA
Arts & Humanities # 14 - The artwork
Summit's Rhapsody # 60
Calvary Church 150 Anniversary
Human Mosaics # 71 - NJPAC
Overlook Hospital Gala
Animal League
Cancer - Think Pink event
Arts & Humanities # 13 SAPF - Part 3
Summit's Rhapsody - Bridges,  9/11
"Noticias Latinas"
Dance Innovations
Arts & Humanities # 12 NJCVA
The Food Bank
Summit's Rhapsody #62
"The Women of Summit" - 2005 Calendar
Human Mosaics # 72
Animal League
The Food Bank - Kid's Cafe
New Eye for the Needy
Child Adoption
Summit's Rhapsody # 61 -Reading Is Fundamental
guest, Carol Hampton Rasco -President and CEO
The Independent Press - October 6, 2004

Calvary Church show airs on TV

SUMMIT - A show about the 150th anniversary of Calvary Episcopal Church in Summit will air through October on TV-36. Billed by its producer, city resident Margareta Paslaru, as a "celebratory mini-documentary," the program features extensive footage of events that have marked the occasion, in addition to historic photos of the church. The show will air on Wednesdays at 6 and 9 p.m., on Thursdays at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. and on Saturdays at 7:30 and 10:30 p.m.

The Independent Press - September 22, 2004

TV-36 "Rhapsody" features projects funded by foundation (excerpt)

SUMMIT - "Summit Area Public Foundation, Part III," a documentary by "M"Soul Productions, will be aired on TV-36 through September. The documentary highlights community organizations which benefited from Summit Area Public Foundation funds. One program, which is feature in the piece is Project Learn, a partnership among the Summit Schools, YMCA, Shaping Summit Together, and Boys and Girls Clubs of Union County. (...) Margareta Paslaru produces and host the TV-36 program "Rhapsody", which features local community organizations. "Summit Area Public Foundation, Part III" is featured on Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.; Thursdays at 10:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.; and Saturdays at 7:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.
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Summit Herald - August 14, 2004

MUSIC CAMPERS - This summer, the Summit Recreation Center hosted its first International Children's Day Music Camp for beginners. Under the guidance of Clancy Lubrano, children learned to play the recorder and to read music. Then they performed new songs in a recital for parents. TV36 producer Margaret Paslaru Sencovici founded the camp with proceeds from her CD, "Our Day, Children's Day". Scotti's Music Shop sold the CDs, and funds were distributed through the Summit Area Public Foundation.

Photo by Peter Kleinschmidt

Summit's Rhapsody
Noticias Latinas (in Spanish)
ICD Music Camp
Summit supports our troops
Ovarian Cancer
The Recreation Center
Arts & Humanities # 11
Critic Liz Keill, Sound design Jordan Wise
Summit's Rhapsody
Calvary Church, Bocce,
Artist Helen Stammer
Arts & Humanities # 10
NJCVA Ground braking
Arts & Humanities 9
- "Bridges"
Montclair Art Museum- third part-
Human Mosaics 70- Art Exchange
International Children's Day
Summit's Rhapsody - Bocce
Preparing for Children's Day
Noticias Latinas (in Spanish)
Historic Preservation
Summit Schools Spotlight
Arts & Humanities 8 - Morris Museum
Harp-Merynda Adams,
Dance Innovations - Bickford Theater
Human Mosaics 69 - Earth Day
Cancer Survivors (in Spanish),
Summit Schools Spotlight
Summit's Rhapsody- All Music Master
The Recreation Center
Arts & Humanities - Friends of Mount Olive
    The Carte House - host, Patricia Meola
Human Mosaics # 68 - Summit Schools Spotlight
  Black History Month
Summit's Rhapsody - Legislators Meeting on
 International Children's Day - host, Joyce Margie
Arts & Humanities - Montclair Art Museum - 2
   Eye on the Arts with Bill VanSant
Human Mosaics # 67- Family Promise, Karen Olson
How to celebrate International Children's Day

Arts & Humanities # 5-The Montclair Art Museum
   Women's Resource Center
Human Mosaics # 66 - Calvary Church
Summit Schools Spotlight
Caroline Lindabury over the years...
Arts & Humanities # 4 - Marguerite, Greg Cohen
   The Raptor Trust
Summit's Rhapsody - The Men of Summit Calendar
Human Mosaics # 65 - S.A.G.E / M.L.King Jr.


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The Independent Press - Wednesday, March 31, 2004


The Communicator, an Arlington, Texas - based international organization  on communications industry profesionals, has awarded  Summit resident Margaret Paslaru Sencovici and her  company "M"Soul Productions with its Crystal Award of Distinction in the category of educational programs,  for her work on the TV36 show, "Forever Music". Above, the producer shares her award with the host of "Forever  Music," Noel Werner. Mr. Werner is minister of
music at Central Presbyterian Church in Summit.

An International Competition Honoring Excellence in Visual Communications

The Award of Distinction is awarded for projects that exceeded industry standards in productions  or communication skills. There were 2, 867 entries from 48 states, the District of Columbia and 11  other countrie, in The Communicator Awards 2003 Video Competition.

The Communicator Awards is an awards competition that recognizes outstanding work in the communicator field. Entries are judged by industry professionals who look for companies and individuals whose talent exceeds a high standard of excellence and whose work serves as a  benchmark for the industry.

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To commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the Telly Awards, a special National competition honoring outstanding non-network television commercials & programs, and non-broadcast videos and film productions was held, in which the best work from the past 25 years was eligible.
TV36 Board Members from left:

Elaine Becker - Vice President
Alice Kolator -President              
Nick Schiavo -Treasurer
Margaret Paslaru Sencovici
Carolyn Grimsley
Miles MacMahon-Parliamentarian
Fred Honold
Carole Papale - JAG representative


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OBSERVER-Thursday, March 4, 2004

Summit resident Margareta Paslaru, center, accepts the Gold Classic Telly Award for 2004 for her video production "Human Mosaics on Jerome Hines". As the winner of the national competition, Paslaru elected to share her award with her fellow board members  from Summit Cable Channel 36, all of whom helped her celebrate.


Worrall Newspapers - Wednesday, December 31, 2003

Images show the best of arts in 2003 ( excerpt)

Designated by Worrall Community Newspapers in October 2003 as "Artists Making a Difference" were, above from left,
Lawrence Cappiello, the Arts Guild of Rahway; Ahrre Maros, Coffee With Conscience Concert Series; and below,
Margareta Paslaru, Summit's TV36; and Mark Spina the Theater Project at Union County College.

"M" Soul Productions for TV-36

- Forever Music - "English Hand Bells" hosted by Noel D. Werner
- Arts & Humanities - "Contemporary Tapestry" Archie Brennan, Susan Martin Maffei
- Human Mosaics - Summit Schools Spotlight 
- Arts & Humanities - Anthony Quinn exhibit
- Summit's Rhapsody - Our Mayor(part 2)"Thank you Mayor Long"
- Forever Music - Traditions
- Special - Liberty Hall Museum
- St. Hubert Animal Shelter
- Arts & Humanities - Metropolitan Opera star Jerome Hines
- Forever Music - Young talents
- Human Mosaics - 9/11 


The Independent Press - Wednesday, October 15, 2003

Arts coup

LAST INTERVIEW - "Arts and Humanities," a television show that airs on TV36, will present the last interview given by Metropolitan Opera star Jerome Hines. The basso, who died in February of this year at age 80, had performed with the Met for 41 years. Above, from left , are Joan Lowell Smith, a Star Ledger columnist; "Arts and Humanities" producer Margareta Paslaru Sencovici of M - Soul Productions; and Mr. Hines. "Arts & Humanities" can be seen at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. on Wednesdays, Oct. 22 and Oct. 29; and at 8 p.m. and 11 p.m. on Sunday, Oct.25. TV-36 reaches homes in Springfield, Millburn, Short Hills, New Providence, Berkeley Heights and Summit. 

PT Kizzia, Margareta Paslaru-Sencovici (
her 2003 Bronze Telly Award)
, Alice Kolator, Carol Papale, in studioul TV36 - Summit, NJ.



The Summit Collection - June 2003

Paslaru-Sencovici Brings Home 'Telly's to TV 36
By Susan Smith (excerpts)

TV-36 Producer/Director Margaret Paslaru-Sencovici of Summit is  the proud recipient of a 2003 Telly bronze statuette. The announcement  was made at the 24th Annual Telly Awards, held in Cincinnati, Ohio, this March. Ms. Paslaru-Sencovici was honored as a Bronze Finalist in the CULTURAL-Cable TV category for her show, " Impromptu-Art The Best Of," whose subject matter is the exhibitions lectures, and art classes held at the New Jersey Center for Visual Arts in Summit. For those who may not be familiar with the Telly Award, it was founded in 1980, to showcase and give recognition to outstanding non-network and cable TV commercials. The competition was later expanded to include film and video productions as well as non-network TV programing.  Since its inception, the Telly has become a well-known, highly respected national competition. It is one of the most sought-after award in the TV, commercials, and video industry.
Over the last several years, the Telly Awards has received in excess of 10.000 entries each years. Entries do not compete against each other, rather they compete against a high standard of excellence. (.....)
The judges consist of a group of qualified professionals from all over the USA and represent a cross-section of producers. This was Ms. Paslaru-Sencovici's first submission of her work for this prestigious award. We wish her hearty congratulations and look forward to her next productions!

Preparing for International Children's Day
Impromptu Art show (Finalist - Bronze at the 24th Annual Telly Awards)
Summit High School - Footloose
Impromptu - Art #40 - International Juried Show at NJCVA
Human Mosaics - Humanitarians
Summit's Rhapsody - Evergreens
Summit's Rhapsody - Forever Music - hosted by Noel Werner
Impromptu-Art # 38 - The Faculty Show
Human Mosaics # 59 - Summit Area Public Foundation (part II)
Special - Our Mayor ( part 2)
M.L. King Day with Regena L. Thomas - Secretary of State
Impromptu Art #39 -The best of...NJCVA
Human Mosaics # 60 - Eyes for the Needy / Children issues 

The Independent Press - Wednesday, January 8, 2003
Calvary Chorale presents its winter concert program (excerpt)

(...) Those who missed last month's live concert of Advent music by the Calvary Chorale, may see and hear portions of it on "Forever Music", on TV-36. "Summit's Rhapsody", produced by Margareta Paslaru, will air this month, Tuesdays at 6:30 and 9:30 p.m; and Fridays at 7 and 10 p.m. The music on "Summit's Rhapsody" includes "Magnificat" by 20th century composer Gerard Finzi, "Dixit Maria" by Hans Leo Hassler, and organ meditation by Marcel Dupre. TV-36 broadcasts to Millburn, Short Hills, New Providence, Springfield, Berkeley Heights and Summit.(...)

2002 "M" Soul Productions for TV 36 and Comcast 57 

*Impromptu Art - Access to Art
*Human Mosaics - The Ministry Fair
*Summit Rhapsody - Highlights of The Year
* Summit Choir - Mozart -A Salzburg Celebration
* Women helping women
* Portrait - Mike Ferguson
* The Marching Band - Host, Noel Werner
* Impromptu Art
* Forever Music - Music Education
* The best of... "Impromptu Art"
* Human Mosaics 2002
* Summit's Rhapsody
* Beating Cancer
* Dance Innovations
* International Juried Show
* M. L. King Jr. - Special (Part 1 & 2)
* Summit Area Public Foundation
* Preparing for June 1st, International Children's Day
* Creating the CD...
* Panel Discutions at NJCVA
* Human Mosaics 
* Impromptu - Art
* Forever Music - About Jazz
* Summit - San Francisco
* Our Day, Children's Day
* Union County Women of Excellence
* Summit's Rhapsody -Memorial Day
* They are the future
* Latina Women
* Neiman Marcus-GALA
* Human Mosaics -Surviving September 11
* The best of... International Children's Day
* Forever Music -Noel Werner
* Benefit for September 11
* Flowers...Flowers...
* Summit Area Public Foundation - part two
* The Junior League
* September 11, Never Again !
* Impromptu Art
* The Food Bank: "The many faces of hunger" 
* Human Mosaics
* Women of Excellence Credo 

Co-Chairs of International Children's Day, Margareta Paslaru and Joyce Margie are guest at News12NJ on Lee Leonard Show, "Jersey's Talking".

Photo by David DeVita

The Independent Press, October 23 - 2002

BAND FEATURED ON TV SHOW - Summit High School band front members Zulekha Pitts, Nancy Chao, director Steffany Baptiste, Jasmine Norris, Stephanie Campbell and Fiona Owusu, and Shiana Accillien, Michelle Stelluto,
Miaya Stephen and Katrina Samaniego celebrate another Summit football victory. If you missed seeing them during a Hilltoppers half-time show, you're still in luck. During November, TV-36 Summit Rhapsody "Forever Music", will feature the band, including the band front. The program is produced by Margareta Paslaru of "M"Soul Productions, and
hosted by Noel Werner. The show airs every Wednesday at 6:30am and 11:30 PM, and Friday at 7 and 11:30 PM.

The Independent Press, October 16, 2002

HAPPY 107 - Meta Black celebrated her 107th birthday on Saturday, Oct.5. A long-time resident of Summit, Mrs.Black has been active in the Summit community, as a member of the Fortnightly Club and National Pioneer Speech of New Jersey. Mrs. Black remains independent, living in her own home, with the help of a home health aide from SAGE, a non-for-profit elder care organization based in Summit. Mrs. Black is the subject on a segment of "Human Mosaics," produced by "M"Soul Productions, to be broadcast on TV36 during the month of November, at 7 p.m. and again at 11:30 p.m. each Tuesday, and 9:30 p.m. on Saturdays.

The Independent Press - Wednesday, July 10, 2002

SUMMIT - The gardeners of Summit are subject of "M"Soul Productions' latest television program,"Flowers Flowers." For this production, Margareta Paslaru of "M"Soul Productions interviewed president of the Summit Garden Club Betsy Gump. She also interviewed volunteers at Reeves-Reed Arboretum in Summit, and children visiting there on field trips. "Flowers Flowers" can be seen on TV-36 on Mondaysduring July at 8 p.m. and 12:30 a.m., and on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and 11:30 p.m.

New Jersey Center for Visual Arts - Spring- 2002 NJCVA on TV36

Art lovers, if you missed any of the spectacular exhibitions at the Center you have another chance to admire  them on TV36 in ongoing series "IMPROMPTU ART." They will air on Wednesdays at 7:00 and 11:30 PM.  The series also includes clips of art classes for all ages and interviews with international artists featuring a  behind-the-scenes look at the Center. The shows are videotaped, directed and produced by Margaret
Paslaru-Sencovici of "M"Soul Productions." Thank you Margaret!

SUMMIT HERALD "Eye on You" - February 2002

HUMAN MOSAICS - Summit's Margareta Paslaru of "M"Soul Productions and Freddie Everett of the  YMCA's Black Achiever Program reviewed on digital camera . Mr. Everett's reading of Langston Hughes'" Harlem" at the BAP's breakfast. Ms.Paslaru filmed throughout the day of service, and her efforts will air  on TV36's "Human Mosaics" program on Mondays at 8 p.m. and Saturdays at 6 p.m. throughout February.


Independent Press - Wednesday, January 12, 2000

Designers Ken Kaufman and Isaac Franco are seen with TV36 Producer 
Margaret Paslaru as they prepare for "New Beginnings" which will air at 5 
pm on Jan 12 and at 6 pm on Jan 13. "Impromptu," will air at 7 pm Jan 13.

The Star Ledger - Thursday, March 1, 2001 (excerpt)
By Anne Lee for The Star Ledger

(...) Highlights of McCatty's workshop can be seen on "Human Mosaics", a 28 -minute show produced
by Summit resident Margareta Paslaru, on Tuesdays this month at 7 and 11:30 p.m. on TV36 in Summit,
New Providence, Berkeley Heights, Springfield, Short Hills and Millburn. 

"The Independent Press" Jan.19, 2000

"New Beginnings"
A segment of the "Summit Rhapsody 2000" television series will feature the Arc of Union County's Child Development Center in Cranford. Young participants in the program are shown with Carlotta Holton, director of resource development and public relations for the Arc, left, and TV-36 producer Margareta Paslaru Sencovici, right. The segment will air every Tuesday at 5 p.m.and every Wenesday at 6:30 through January.

"The Independent Press" Oct.13,1999

Summit television producer Margaret Paslaru and Hillside executive director Kathleen Di Chiara, also of the Food Bank in Hillside, prepare for their TV-36 cable production, which will air at 5 p.m. Tuesdays, and 6:30 p.m., Wenesdays, during October and November.
They will share these slots with the Women Breast Cancer Foundation's program, "Fight and Hope," which will run on alternate days within the same month.

John F.Bennet (in picture), Managing Director, North America Language Instruction, for Berlitz International - Princeton will be present in  "Human Mosaics".


"Summit Observer" April 6, 2000
Summit TV-36 producer Margaret Sencovici, center, discusses highlights of the Overlook Hospital Auxiliary's activities with auxiliary business manager Nancy Kuhn, left, and Sue Mulin, president.

"The Independent Press" 
 Monday, April 10, 2000

 'HUMAN MOSAICS' airs on TV36

 SUMMIT- Barbara AAronoff executive director of the Interfait Council for the Homeless of Union 
County and producer/director Margareta Paslaru of "M" Soul Productions, are ready for the second 
chapter of "Human Mosaics" television series.The program airs on TV36 at 7 p.m. every Tuesday 
during the month of May. The purpose of "Human Mosaics" is to help others by presenting issues 
about AIDS, the homeless and volunteers, as well as promoting the arts, music and theater, including 
a permanent segment on the arts, "From Liz's Desk" with drama reviwer Liz Keill.

" The Star-Ledger" 
 Thursday, September 28, 2000

Breast cancer discussed

Breast cancer will be the subject of two programs produced by Margareta Paslaru for TV36 Summit 
during October, which is Cancer Awareness Month.
On Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. Paslaru's "Summit Rhapsody" program will include a "Victories" segment 
with guests Stacey Sager, a breast cancer survivor and Eyewitness News reporter on ABC-TV; best-selling 
writer Judith Viorst and women who recently gethered to celebrate breast cancer survival at Overlook 
Hospital in Summit, and Deborah Belfatto, executive director of the Susan G.Komen Breast Cancer Foundations.

On Fridays at 9:p.m., highlights of the recent "Fashion Targets Breast Cancer"fashion show and fund-raising 
event at Saks Fifth Avenue, Short Hills Mall, will be shown. Proceeds benefited the breast and cancer center 
at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, Livingston.

Paslaru, a Romanian-born singer and actress, also produces "Human Mosaics" which airs Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m., 
and "Impromptu", which airs Wednesdays at 7:00 p.m.

Proceeds from her recently released CD benefit the Red Cross programs for the elderly and orphanages in 
Romania. The CD is available at Scotti's Record Shop in Summit.

"Summit Observer" 
Thursday, October 12, 2000

Helping humanity

ABC-TV Eyewitness News reporter, Stacey Sager, left, is a cancer survivor who appears this month in a new TV-36 episod called "Victories", produced and directed by Margareta Paslaru. 
The show will air on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., in conjunction with Breast Cancer Awarness Month.

"The Independent Press" 
Wednesday, October 18, 2000.

CANCER SURVIVOR-Stacey Sager, left, an ABC-TV reporter and a cancer survivor,is a guest on the cable show called "Victories", produced and directed by Margareta Paslaru, right.The episode will celebrate breast cancer survivors when it airs at 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays in October on TV36 Summit and 6:30 p.m. on Nov.1 on Channel 57 Comcast. Ms.Paslaru will use a television slot at 6:30 p.m. tonight, Oct.18, on Channel 57, and at 9:00 p.m. Fridays on TV36 to air a "Fashion Targets Breast Cancer" show, featuring aspects from  Saks Fifth Avenue charity event. In a third production, Independent Press journalist Liz Keill will join Bonnie Monte, artistic director of the New Jersey Shakespeare Festival, and John Bennet, managing director for Berlitz International, when Ms.Paslaru produces"Human Mosaics", Tuesdays at 7:00 p.m. on TV36, a cable station that also airs in Short Hills, Millburn, Berkeley Heights and New Providence.

THE ITEM of Millburn and Short Hills - November 2, 2000

Local author to appear on television

RESIDENT EXTRAORDINAIRE - Township author Carlotta Holton, left, presents Margareta Paslaru with a copy of her new book.
Carlotta Holton, award-winning journalist and author of "Getting out of Limbo - Surviving a Dysfunctional Mariage," is a guest on the Comcast Cablevision channel 57 series "Human Mosaics", produced by Margareta Paslaru, producer at "M" Soul Productions for TV-36 in Summit.
The Show will be aired Tuesdays at 7 p.m.during November.

Joan Good (left), Executive Director of the Art Center, and Margareta Paslaru, Producer, are preparing the 14th episode of the series entitled "Impromptu - Art at NJCVA".  
The show will premier in 2001

TV-36 Producer Margareta Paslaru and News-12 reporter Della Crews (right) are helping disseminate the mission of "The Food Bank" to the community: "to collect and distribute food for the needy in New York and New Jersey."

2001 "M" Soul Productions for TV36 and Comcast TV57 

*  "Forever Music" - Mozart and Haydn - Host, Noel Warner & Violin, Irma Wright.
* "Impromptu" - Art at NJCVA
* "A Portret of an Artist" - Elizabeth Horowitz and Helen Stamer
* "Human Mosaics" - Let's Celebrate - Philip Morris
* "Million Mom March" - Special Edition Meeting
* "Martin Luther King Jr." - A Day of Service
* "Summit Rhapsody" - Love and Care
* "Preparing for June 1st, International Children's Day in USA"
* "International Juried Show" - NJCVA
* "Congratulations!" June 1st /Shoping Benefit/Carlotta Holton at Barnes&Noble
* Symbolic Systems, Inc./ Liz Keill - Theater review from London
* "Impromptu - Art at NJCVA " Panel Discution/ Nancy Ori on photo technics.
* "Forever Music"- Marcel Grandjany - Host Noel Warner & harpist Merinda Adams
* "Human Mosaics" - Oliver
* "Summit's Rhapsody" - Dedication to June 1st. Special guest Gloria Rojas
* "A portret of an artist  - Marguerite Brenen"
* "Human Mosaics" - 16 - About June 1st/Juvenile Diabetes/AIDS/Theater revue/Sport
* "Honoring our Children" - (Interfaith for the Homeless/ Dance Innovations/Girls and Boys Scouts of America)
* "AIDS Benefit Concert" - Canticle for Life
* "Summit Leads the Way" (Musical instrument drive/Food Bank/Berlitz/June 1st).
* "The best of... June 1st, International Children's Day in USA"
* "National Cancer Survivors Day"
* "Impromptu - 20 - Art at NJCVA"
* "Forever Music"
* "Memorial Day - Special"
* "Summit's Rhapsody" - Giving Back
* "Human Mosaics" - Goodness
* "Celebrations... Celebrations.."
* "More then Food"
* "Highlights"
* "Forever Music" - Young Talents
* "Dance, dance, dance"
* "Impromptu-Art"
* "Daughters of the American Revolution"
* "The Seeing Eye"
* "Summit's Rhapsody - UNITY - Sept. 11"
* "Human Mosaics" - Children First
* "Helping each others"
* "The American Red Cross - Summit"
* "Interfaith for The Homeless -15 Years"
* "Impromptu Art"

Margareta Paslaru - A Retrospective
June 1st, International Children's Day in the US
Humanitarian aspects at "M"Soul Productions

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