Sector B: Businesses in Brooklyn Respond After Sandy

From YouTube user: BKIndependentTV

De-Cluttering: Sector B

De-Cluttering: To get the scoop on the growing business of home organizing, Sector B producer/reporter Fred Brown invites ACE Organizing into his own apartment. And yes, he gets a neater closet out of it, too.
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Sector B, episode 45.
Original air date: 2/15/2011.

Event Planning: Sector B

Event Planning: Karen Auster, of Auster Agency, Brooklyn’s preeminent event planner, brings host Randy Peers up to date on what her business does, how it’s changing to meet the times, and how she handles the challenge of throwing some of the biggest parties in the borough.
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Sector B, episode 45.
Original air date: 2/15/2011.

Roadify: Sector B

Roadify: See that car waiting for another car to pull out of a parking spot the one you’ve spent 30 minutes looking for? What you don’t know is that one driver tipped off the other that the space was about to become available because they both joined Roadify.com.
From Brooklyn Independent Television’s Sector B, episode 45. Original air date: 2/15/2011.

Rodents on the Runway: Sector B

Rodents on the Runway: At Bushwick’s House of Yes, join us for a fashion show fur for nutria fur, to be exact. Can this large Louisiana rodent (think beaver with a Cajun accent) become a viable alternative for the “furshionistas?” 

From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Sector B, episode 44. ; Original air date: 1/18/2011.

Brooklyn Navy Yard: Sector B

Brooklyn Navy Yard: On our very first show four years ago, we visited the Navy Yard, then home to some 200 businesses. So what’s new there? Host Randy Peers, of Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow, talks to Andrew Kimball, President and CEO.
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Sector B, episode 43. Original air date: 12/21/2010.

Junior Achievement Winner: Sector B

Junior Achievement Winner: Out of thousands of candidates who could have won Student Leader of the Year for Junior Achievement New York, the one they chose was Samuel Arijeloye of East New York. If this young man doesn’t have a future in business, nobody does.
From Brooklyn Independent Television‘s Sector B, episode 43. Original air date: 12/21/2010.
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