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Crossings TV now airing “Power ng Pinoy”

SACRAMENTO, California–Privately held multicultural television network Crossings TV based here announced that “Power Ng Pinoy” can now be seen on Crossings TV in New York City, New Jersey, San Francisco, Central Valley California, Seattle and Chicago metropolitan areas.

“This is yet another milestone for us,” says Arnold Pedrigal, founder and president of Prowave Media, producer of “Power ng Pinoy.” “We are very excited with this partnership with Crossings TV because our goal is to expand the reach of our Filipino programs across the United States.  Crossings TV will be instrumental in helping us achieve this goal.”

“Power Ng Pinoy” is a weekly 30-minute TV program that features stories of inspiration and success among the Filipino and Filipino American communities. Produced in a documentary format, “Power Ng Pinoy” introduces and salutes successful individuals, groups and corporations that continue to make a difference in the lives of Filipinos in the U.S. and other parts of the world.

Crossings TV serves the multicultural audience on digital basic cable in all these markets and provides “quality in-language television service.” Crossings TV reaches over 4.6 million digital cable homes in its combined U.S. markets.

Crossings TV can currently be found on Time Warner Cable in New York City and New Jersey (channel 503) and on Comcast Cable in San Francisco and the California Central Valley (channel 238), on Comcast in Seattle (channel 152) on Comcast in Chicago (channel 691) The company’s website is www.crossingstv.com.

“We are delighted to add ‘Power Ng Pinoy’ to our weekly line-up in all of the markets of the Crossings TV Network,” said Paul Fisher, COO and president of Crossings TV. “We believe that this kind of quality production speaks to the audiences we serve across the country, and is a positive addition to our current Filipino programming.  Prowave Media is a welcome source of content that strikes directly at the population that Crossings TV reaches.”

Prowave Media is a Silicon Valley, California-based Filipino-American-owned video and TV production company that produces digital media for the technology, health care, education, and food retail industry. It has a team of scriptwriters, filmmakers, actors, motion graphic artists and social media marketing professionals. For more information, please visit http://www.prowavemedia.com. Visit Power ng Pinoy TV’s website at http://www.powerngpinoy.tv.

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