2020 is a new year, a new decade and a new creative opportunity to tell your story!
Veterans Helping Veterans TV is filmed at the MidPeninsula Media Center HD studio at 900 San Antonio Road in Palo Alto, CA.

VHVtv is created as a Public, Educational and Government (PEG) access TV series and we work with a volunteer crew who help us create these episodes in the studio and I am a Volunteer Community Producer and we produce an interview talk show format in half hour episodes and have many great projects to film in 2020!


Sheryl Shaffer is the host and producer of Veterans Helping Veterans TV.
I am learning as I go and would like to collaborate with more people in 2020 to create content in the Media Center studio in Palo Alto and on location. We are doing short form content and filming using a Canon Vixia camera, i phones with stabilizers and do the final edits on the i movie on a Mac. I really need expertise in digital marketing and proper management of the Social Media to increase our impact.

Our stories are about empowering others to reach their full potential and take a creative leap of faith. I am 72 years old and still striving to reach my full potential by creating film.
Join us in creating content with VHVtv.

In 2020, we will continue to have Guest Hosts and if you have a non profit organization that works on behalf of U.S. Military Veterans and you want to tell your story, please e mail
vetshelpingvetstv@gmail.com

Starting in 2019 VHVtv presented these Guest Hosts:

November featured Graciela Tiscareno-Sato and Olivia Chavez Caroll as Guest Hosts for

Combat Aviators Sisters in Arms, A Chat with Latina military Veterans Olivia and Graciela.
https://vhvtv.org/combat-aviator-sisters-in-arms-a-chat-with-latina-military-veterans-olivia-graciela/

Know A Vet is a non profit and co founder Neil Lichtman and Carolann Alconchar were Guest Hosts in August for their VHVtv episode “Know A Vet?” https://vhvtv.org/know-a-vet/

Melisa Washington, Founder of the Women Veterans Alliance was the Guest Host in March. https://vhvtv.org/women-veterans/

Gary Ferguson is the Founder of Pathways For Veterans and the Author of “A Good Day to Die” his military memoirs. https://vhvtv.org/vhvtv-guest-host-gary-furguson/

Written by vhvtvadmin

Sheryl Shaffer served in the Women's Army Corps from 1968 to 1971. She is retired from the CA Employment Development Department as a VetRep. She produces Veterans Helping Veterans TV at the Media Center in Palo Alto, CA.

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