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Send us your banner, commercial or video to put on our TV show!

The spotlight segment of our show is dedicated to spotlighting people and businesses.

(Yes, it is free to be on our spotlight page.)

Send us your banner, commercial or video to put on our TV show!

What’s the catch?

YOU get more potential customers and we get more potential advertisers!

Get us your Video or Commercial or Song or Banner and we will put it on our spotlight page for viewers to see.

That’s it! We have had some amazing people and products on our show!

Do you want more people to know more about you?

What do you want to be on our TV show?

Spotlight Deserving People!

What is Spotlight? is a TV show and a website dedicated to spotlighting what people have accomplished. 

We would like to interview you on camera in order to have you on our Tv show and website!

We will edit the spot with your approval in order to put it on our website and TV show.

Oh, all this will be done for free!

We get more viewers because of the interesting people and businesses.

That means more advertisers, which means more viewers. 

We want to spotlight what you are doing and what your goals are and what you have accomplished.

We will handle the technical side while you do and say what you do and say.

What is Goodwill doing?

Goodwill HAS HELPED GET 54,338 PEOPLE BACK TO WORK!New-Goodwill-SN-Logo_new-website1

It’s simple. When you donate your stuff to Goodwill, you create opportunities for individuals in your community looking to find a job and build skills, including veterans and military families, single mothers and many others.

Last year, you helped more than 9.8 million people access the career, family and financial support services they needed to succeed.

Your impact doesn’t end there — the planet also benefits when you choose to ditch the dumpster and drop your items at Goodwill.

Over the past few years alone, you’ve helped keep billions of pounds of clothing and household items out of landfills.

At Goodwill, we believe everyone should have the opportunity to live independently, earn wages and achieve their dreams.

We’re committed to helping you achieve your personal and professional goals, whether it’s earning a credential or degree, planning for your next career, polishing your job search and interview skills, getting your finances in order or overcoming a challenge specific to your experience or background.

Ready to take that next step in your career?

There’s no time like the present to get started.

Don’t worry about what you don’t know or can’t do – dream about what you can learn and accomplish.

Goodwill’s supportive and knowledgeable staff members are here to help you identify and develop the skills you need to grow in your profession.

A job is just the first step! Goodwill offers a diverse range of services to help ensure you maintain a strong family and stable finances.

As you maintain your job and advance your career, you may need support to help stretch your dollars or save for the future, and to get assistance with things like childcare, transportation and housing.

Goodwill is in the business of putting people to work.

That’s why our own employees are so important to the critical work we do.

We strive to recruit motivated, talented people who are passionate about their work and passionate about our mission.

What did Earth Wind and Fire do?

The founder of a band that became one of the most successful American groups of the 20th century and an iconic soul, funk and R&B band has died.

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Reuters reports that Maurice White, the founder and driving force behind Earth, Wind & Fire, died Wednesday night at his home in L.A. from natural causes. White, 74 had been struggling with Parkinson’s disease since 1994.

A former session drummer from Chicago, he founded Earth, Wind & Fire in 1969 and was its main songwriter along with its bandleader, producer and arranger.

He also was the group’s co-lead singer along with Philip Bailey, and was a mainstay of the band through decades of lineup changes. The band had a string of hits during the 1970s and 1980s; including the 1975 smash “Shining Star,” “Serpentine Fire” in 1977, “Boogie Wonderland” with the Emotions in 1979 and “Let’s Groove” in 1981. Earth, Wind & Fire was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000. White, 74, died in his sleep in Los Angeles on Thursday morning.

He suffered from Parkinson’s disease. His band had a series of hits including September, Boogie Wonderland, Shining Star and After the Love has Gone. The singer-songwriter was diagnosed with Parkinson’s in 1992 but his condition was reported to have got worse in recent months. Earth, Wind & Fire were inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2000, and Maurice was individually inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2010.

Popularly known by his nickname of Reese, he worked with various well-known recording artists such as The Emotions, Barbra Streisand, Cher and Neil Diamond.

“My brother, hero and best friend Maurice White passed away peacefully last night in his sleep,” Verdine White, also a member of the band, told The Associated Press on Thursday. “While the world has lost another great musician and legend, our family asks that our privacy is respected as we start what will be a very difficult and life changing transition in our lives.

Thank you for your prayers and well wishes.” Bette Midler was among those to pay tribute to the star on Twitter: “Maurice White, founding member of Earth, Wind and Fire, has died. Great music, energy, Great Spirit.

The Lord must need a band up there.”
“Thank you Maurice White for creating some of the greatest soul funk and R&B music of all time. Gratitude,” wrote Mark Ronson. Queen Latifah thanked White “for the gift of your music!” and singer and actress Jill Scott said: “Your music is the template of spirituality and greatness. Thank you. Be ever wonderful”. Lenny Kravitz posted a fulsome tribute on Instagram: “King. Genius. Leader. Teacher. Producer. Arranger. Writer. Multi-instrumentalist. Motivator. Mystic. Through his music and artistic expression, he taught me a lifetime’s worth of knowledge.

He is at the top of the list of all of the greatest masters. The music he left behind as Earth Wind and Fire, mixed with his messages of love, will live on forever.” Earth, Wind & Fire have sold more than 90 million albums worldwide.

Many of the group’s earlier hits were characterized by Bailey’s bright falsetto voice. In an interview with the Associated Press news agency in 2000, White said that he wanted Earth, Wind & Fire’s music to inspire people rather than just entertain them. “That was the whole objective, to try to inspire young people to believe in themselves and to follow through on their ideas,” he said. “We’ve touched so many people with these songs.”

The band is perhaps best known for its exuberant, horn-driven mix of jazz, funk, gospel and Big Band music played at concerts where they performed in glitzy costumes underneath multi-colored lights.

They played at many top venues including the Super Bowl and the White House. “We live in a negative society,'” White informed Newsweek at the peak of the band’s success. “Most people can’t see beauty and love.

I see our music as medicine.” In other tributes, Nile Rodgers posted a YouTube video with the tweet: “Back in the day we paid homage to your genius before we were Chic!” calling White “one of the most amazing innovators of all time”. “Just heard we lost #MauriceWhite, echoed Beverley Knight. “Gutted although I knew he was ill a long time. Soundtrack of my childhood. Seminal R&B smashers.”

This year’s Oscar host, Chris Rock, tweeted an image of the singer, with the words: “R.I.P the great Maurice White. ‘You can’t hide love’.” “Your contributions to music will be kept in our hearts and souls forever,” posted Quincy Jones on Twitter, paying tribute to the star.

CeeLo Green wrote: “Rest well master Maurice White. Your work was well done and you earned and deserve eternal peace.” On the radio, DJs Nick Grimshaw, Christian O’Connell and Lauren Laverne all paid tribute to the singer, with O’Connell renaming his breakfast show Boogie Wonderland.

Spotlight Deserving People!

We want to spotlight you and your story on our TV show.

We are looking for interesting people and

businesses to spotlight on our TV show called


We will be happy and proud to have your

video or banner on our TV show and website.

Do you have a video that would help promote your

project and or event?

Do you have photos or artwork

that would help promote your Project or Service?


What would you like the world to know about you?

Wow, what is next?
In short:
You can send us your banner, commercial or video
to put on our TV show and website!

The long of it:
The spotlight segment of our show is dedicated to
spotlighting people and businesses.
(Yes, it is free to be on our spotlight page.)

Send us your banner, commercial or video to
put on our TV show and website!

Let the world see you on our TV show.

What is the catch?
YOU get more potential customers and
we get more potential advertisers!

Get us your Video or Commercial or Song or Banner and
we will put it on our site for viewers to see!

Is That It? YES!
We have had some amazing people and products on our show.

What do you want people to know more about?

What do you want us to help you accomplish?

People want to know about what you are doing.

Follow. One. Course. Until. Successful.

New exciting services

New talented people

New events

New businesses

What are Viewers Saying?

Our business is now getting the recognition that we deserve.

Being on your show has let more people know about what we do.

Thanks for letting us get known on your TV show and more.

Your show has helped our campaign in a lot of ways.

How can we get another turn?

We appreciate you allowing us to be recognized by such a wide new audience.

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What do you want to do?

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60 Second Radio Commercial.  Website Design.
Magazine Ad.  Email Ad.
Texting Ads.  Music  Video.
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