On The Streets TV Addresses Hard Issues With Comedic Flavor
On the Streets TV with Carlton Enoch goes to the streets to talk with real people about today's real issues from homosexuality to race and politics.
- (1888PressRelease) February 14, 2011 - Hosted by Carlton Enoch, "On the Streets" gets up close and personal with real people to find out what they feel about real issues. Addressing controversial issues such as homosexuality, race and politics with a comedic flavor on the streets in urban cities, the show explores what people really are feeling about what's going on in the world today.
Carlton Enoch host the show, tying together a string of interviews by his team of co-host, Carolina Lancaster, Paul Barbato and Robert Hatfield. Together the team cruise the streets looking for people to candidly interview.
The show airs weekly on Facebook and YouTube and runs about 10 minutes for each episode. Each episode runs for one week before a new show is posted and all the shows are available for you to view at anytime on either website.
Facebook viewers can also share their thoughts by using the special app specifically created for the "On the Streets" broadcast, which not only allows them to watch the show while signed into their profiles but also to record their opinions using a video camera or cell phone.
Although the show has a comedic flare, it runs the gambit of emotions from straight laced interviews to comedy, drama and tears while giving people a turn to speak their mind, uncut and unedited. It IS reality TV. It's real people talking about real life and real issues in real time.
Tune into Facebook and watch "On the Streets" with Carlton Enoch.