Alabama Public Television Video: For the Record Special: Dementia http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/nola.asp?NOLA1=FTR Video episodes of For the Record Special: Dementia from Alabama Public Television. Dementia http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1397 FOR THE RECORD examines the latest treatments, programs and efforts to help with dementia and Alzheimer's disease patients, their families, friends and care givers. Dementia http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television Gulf Coast Recovery http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1385 Alabama Governor Bob Riley created the Coastal Recovery Commission (CRC) in September to recommend ways to improve Alabama’s ability to respond to future challenges on the Gulf. The CRC is made up of citizen leaders from Alabama’s coastal region and headed by Mobile Press-Register publisher Ricky Mathews, and is scheduled to deliver its report to the Governor on December 15. CRC members discuss their progress. Gulf Coast Recovery http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1380 For The Record reports on Alabama's Gulf Coast economy in the wake of the BP oil spill. The program looks at the economic and environmental impact on Alabama's Gulf Coast. http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television For The Record: Gulf Oil Spill http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1324 For The Record presents a special report on the largest oil spill in American history and the repercussions of this environmental disaster for Alabama and neighboring Gulf states. Broadcast live from Gulf Shores, the one-hour “For the Record” program hosted by APT’s Jon Beans and Lori Cummings will feature interviews with representatives from:

Alabama Department of Emergency Management
U.S. Coast Guard
Alabama Department of Public Health
Alabama Department of Conservation
Dauphin Island SeaLab (discussing impact of oil leak on Alabama Gulf Coast ecosystem)
Santa Rose Island Authority

There will also be a report on the oil leak’s impact on tourism and reports from public broadcasting in neighboring states Louisiana and Mississippi.

For The Record: Gulf Oil Spill http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television
Markeshia Ricks http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1161 Markeshia Ricks of "The Montgomery Advertiser" and Brian Lyman with the "Press-Register" discuss the events of the past week. Markeshia Ricks http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television George Altman http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1160 George Altman of the Press-Register, and Bob Martin of the Montgomery Advertiser will discuss the events of the past week. George Altman http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television FTR of Friday January 2 2008 http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1156 Bob Martin, The Montgomery Independant and Kim Price, the Wetumpka Herald/The Eclectic Observer are on the panel as we review some of the major news stories of 2008. FTR of Friday January 2 2008 http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television FTR of December 26 2008 http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1155 Ken Hare, The Montgomery Advertiser and Bob Lowery, The Huntsville Times are on the panel as we review some of the major stories of 2008. FTR of December 26 2008 http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television FTR of Friday 12/19 http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1154 Dana Beyerle, NT Times Regional Newspapers, and Bob Gambacurta, The Montgomery Independant will be on the panel as we discuss the Governors proration declaration and the rest of the weeks news. FTR of Friday 12/19 http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television The Economy Tubberville Siegelman and More! http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1152 Jennifer Foster, with The Opelika-Auburn News, and Brian Lyman, of The Press-Register will be our panelists, and well tackle the Siegelman appeal (and that other Democratic Governor who also found himself charged with a quid pro quo scandal this week!) Also on the potential schedule: The Economy, Tubbervilles departure, and the apology to Tuskegee too! Join us at 9:00pm Friday. There will be no repeat on Sunday because of fundraising scheduling, but youll be able to catch the program online, as usual, in the APT Video Room once its posted on Monday. The Economy Tubberville Siegelman and More! http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television Markeshia Ricks and Dave White http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1150 Markeshia Ricks from “The Montgomery Advertiser” and Dave White of “The Birmingham News” will discuss the events of the past week. Markeshia Ricks and Dave White http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television FTR on http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1149 That "Black Friday" term used to predict bad things ahead for only a limited number of retailers...those who did poorly on the day after Thanksgiving and therefore might go out of business. This year, with consumers unwilling to open their wallets, the term may apply to a large swath of the retail world. Birmingham News business reporter Mike Tomberlin Birmingham News business reporter Mike Tomberlin and Auburn University-Montgomery Economist Keivan Deravi will join us for an all-economy conversation on what is usually the biggest shopping day of the year. This weeks FTR airs at 9:00pm Friday. On Monday it will be online on the APT Video Room Page. FTR on http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television The Big Three Bailout and More! http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1146 The Bailout for The Big Three Automakers will be on the list of topics for FTR, especially since Alabama U.S. Senator Richard Shelby is taking a lead position against giving those Michigan automakers any of the stash of bailout cash. We'll also discuss some Alabama economic stories and that court decision against the so-called "double dipping" policy imposed by Post-Secondary Chancellor Bradley Byrne. Press Register's Capitol Reporter George Altman is one of the panelists The Big Three Bailout and More! http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television APTVs Award-Winning News Show. http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1143 For The Record has been praised as one of the top news programs in the country. Exploring both state headlines and offering in-depth coverage on the stories that matter most to Alabamians. APTVs Award-Winning News Show. http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television Post-Election FTR http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1141 Paul Davis from Davis Publishing and Brian Lyman of The Press-Register will join host Tim Lennox to post-op the election results from Tuesday. From McCains Alabama win (and national loss) to the congressional races to the PSC Presidency, well talk about all of the important election results. Post-Election FTR http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television The November Election http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1137 A special hour long “For The Record” will preview the November General Election. Party Chairs for the Democratic and Republican Party will discuss the campaign. Rep. Mike Hubbard Chair of the Alabama Republican Party and Joe Turnham Chair of the Alabama Democratic Party will talk about both the Presidential Race and key races in the state. The November Election http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television Sebastain Kitchen and George Altman http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1134 Sebastain Kitchen from “The Montgomery Advertiser” and George Altman of the “Press-Register” will review the events of the past week. Sebastain Kitchen and George Altman http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television APTVs Award-Winning News Show. http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1131 For The Record has been praised as one of the top news programs in the country. Exploring both state headlines and offering in-depth coverage on the stories that matter most to Alabamians. APTVs Award-Winning News Show. http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television Brian Lyman; Bob Martin http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1124 Brian Lyman from the “Press-Register” and Bob Martin of "The Montgomery Independent" review events of the past week. Brian Lyman; Bob Martin http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television The Weeks Economic Events http://www.aptv.org/VideoRoom/viewprogram.asp?FileID=1119 Kim Price of The Wetumpka Herald and The Eclectic Observer, along with Dana Beyerle of NY Times Regional Newspapers, discuss the weeks events, including -- of course-- the economy. Well also tackle the Justice Department report on the firing of U.S. Attorneys. The Weeks Economic Events http://www.creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/1.0 nonadult Alabama Public Television