Pittsburgh 360: Pittsburgh's Wage Gap, Men and Cancer Ep. 1, Ship Shape & Head Over Heels
We begin the fifth season of Pittsburgh 360 with a preview of “Closing the Gap”, a discussion on the factors behind the nations gender wage disparity and strategies to help close the pay gap. Then, we bring you the first segment in our series “Men & Cancer” by focusing on colorectal cancer and the importance of early detection. We’ll also introduce you to a Butler County man who designed a water craft that fits in your car and bring you the story of how hundreds of young gymnasts flipped their way into the record books.
Pittsburgh 360: Pittsburgh's Wage Gap, Men and Cancer Ep. 1, Ship Shape & Head Over Heels aired on Oct 02, 2014.
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Original airdate: Nov 17, 2011
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Original airdate: Nov 10, 2011
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Original airdate: Nov 03, 2011
In this episode, a behind the scenes look at the making of Pittsburgh from the Air. Also, Michael Bartley reports on the Power of 32's goals and strategies for improving education in our region, and Tonia Caruso introduces viewers to a senior softball league where all of the players are are least 65 years young.
Original airdate: Oct 27, 2011
In this episode, an in-depth look at the Power of 32 regional visioning initiative, which proposes using the Power of 32 counties in four states to create one vibrant region. Tonia Caruso shows viewers how the group's goals could help the region's economy and Michael Bartley focuses on the proposals for improving transportation and infrastructure. The episode also includes a one-on-one interview with Pennsylvania Senator Jay Costa, an early proponent of the Power of 32.
Original airdate: Oct 20, 2011
In this new episode of Pittsburgh 360, learn about the latest Pittsburgh fashions, meet some volunteers who carefor rabbits and join the fun of an up and coming sport that combines bicycles and the traditional sport of polo.
Original airdate: May 26, 2011