Content Miami, premiering on WPBT2, Friday, May 4 at Midnight, takes the best content created for the web in the South Florida area , and broadcasts it over the air. Debuting with a Miami-style mix of three local web based programs, Chat Chow, Sound Theory Live, and Something with Erik and Ralph, but now set to broadcast. Hosted by Miami web presence Natasha Izquierdo, Content Miami brings the web to the TV screen, setting the pace for local television with young, fresh and fun content made in our community and broadcast on WPBT2.
“We want to create a platform to highlight the great programming being created locally for the internet, which also deserves to be on television, so WPBT2, which has always had such a great local focus, is the perfect partner,” says Bill Teck, Executive Producer and Creator of Content Miami, who partnered with RAH Productions' Raul de la Cruz to produce the show.
The hottest foodie show on the web, Chat Chow, goes behind the scenes with the chefs, owners and mixologists of Miami’s celebrated food industry. Hosted by Lauren Bernat, the viral Wii Fit Girl sensation, the episodes highlight some of South Florida’s favorite food personalities. http://www.chatchow.tv/
Sound Theory Live
Carlos Garcia host of Sound Theory Live on WDNA 88.9 FM promotes local musicians by showcasing their talents live on the radio with little “get to know them” interviews. These sessions recorded live during the WDNA radio broadcast give the viewer the feeling of being in studio with these artists as they talk about and perform their music. https://www.facebook.com/Soundtheorylivemiam
For a slice or pure, made-in-Miami whimsy starring Ralph de la Portilla and Erik Fabregat as two life-long best buddies down and out in Miami’s Great Recession.
Something with Erik and Ralph, created by a group of Miami friends, who go by the moniker, The Wet Socks Ensemble, this creative collective of over-educated misfits has created a truly one of a kind show. http://generation-ntv.com/n-miami/something-with-erik-and-ralph