Bronxville Mayor Mary Marvin filmed an episode of the periodic government access show, called “One Square Mile,” Friday, a fast-paced community news television show videotaped throughout village.
The show, produced by Nancy Vittorini, looks at new businesses, civic initiatives and other happenings around the village. Each of the three annual episodes runs 30 to 60 minutes long and are filmed and broadcast in the fall, winter and spring. In addition to Vittorini, video production specialist Peter C. North films and edits the episodes.
“It’s fun,” said Marvin. “It’s a great way to showcase the community.”
On Friday, Marvin filmed an interview in front of Village Hall with Bronxville Historical Conservancy co-chairs Bill Dowling and Judy Unis about upcoming projects, and the mayor also visited three new businesses, the local senior center and the village’s farmer’s market.
The show airs on channel 74 on Cablevision and on channel 47 on Verizon Fios. A specific date for the next episode has not been determined, but it will run at some point in October. Specific information on the schedule can be found on www.bronxvilletv.com.