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See Maya Daniels on Channel 34!

Maya is currently producing the science segment and, along with Eve Balboni, is co-hosting an entire episode of the Berkeley Heights Education Foundation's Spring episode of Hello Berkeley Heights, which is scheduled to air in May. Please visit the BHEF's website at www.bhef.info to learn more about this vital community organization.

Maya hosted The Berkeley Heights Education Foundation's premiere episode of "Hello, Berkeley Heights" now airing on TV-34. "Hello, Berkeley Heights" is the BHEF's 30-minute news magazine that showcases some of the programs sponsored by the foundation and highlights current events in Berkeley Heights. In this first show Eve Balboni, creator and producer of "HBH" interviews the founder of the BHEF, Marsha Miller, and current president, Weslee Lynch. Next, sports commentator, Aimee Kaufmann, wisks us through highlights from the annual faculty basketball game. Then, with a gentle prod from Maya, Stuart Alboum, a past Berkeley Heights Volunteer Rescue Squad member, walks us through a heart-felt recap from one of the most memorable assists during his many years of service on the squad. Filming and editing of "Hello, Berkely Heights" was headed by foundation member, Joe Scacciaferro, who is an Emmy-award winning producer and writer for networks including Fox, M-TV, VH-1, Lifetime, and New York Giants broadcasts.

"Hello, Berkeley Heights" is airing daily on TV 34 (a local channel viewable in Berkeley Heights, New Providence and Summit, NJ) at 10AM, 12PM, 3:30PM, 6PM, 8PM, 10PM, and 12:30AM.

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If you would like to ask Maya a question about the television program, or give her some feedback about her performance, please click the link below:

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Other Credits:

Through the Radio Repertory Company of America (RRCA), Maya was a guest on the Lee Leonard show on the New Jersey 12 News Channel in 1999. Together with Larry Weiner, Creative Director, Angelo Panetta, Editor, and Bob Arseno, Company Co-Founder, Maya performed a demonstration of a radio show recording, and then answered questions about the RRCA in an interview with Lee Leonard.
Maya appeared in a commercial for an optician's private practice, called Suburban Optic, that appeared on Comcast in 1995.

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This page was last updated on 09/25/05.