CHARLOTTE, N.C. – January 26, 2013 – Professional Communications, based in historic Matthews, NC, has completed its new reality-style program, Health Crisis in Carolina: Real Families, Real Struggles, Real Solutions. The one hour show is scheduled to be broadcast in twelve markets across North Carolina on Sunday, February 3 at 1:00pm. This program is expected to reach several thousand viewers via the twelve UNC-TV member stations in markets across the state, from Wilmington to Asheville.

This docu-reality program will be fun to watch, and also serve as a practical guide for North Carolina families to improve their health through more sensible eating and lifestyle changes.

This one-hour show is hosted by Charlotte's WBT Radio morning host Stacey Simms, and the program will be of interest to anyone who knows they have some unhealthy habits, but have not yet found the right balance of food and activity to keep them feeling their best. Our TV cameras followed three NC families over several weeks in their quest to become healthier and more active. The stories of these families will inspire viewers who want to change, but are unsure of where to start.

Health Crisis in Carolina families from around the state were guided by a team of health experts as they learned to best utilize their resources and the environments where they live, learn, earn, play and pray.

For more information about this or other reality television show projects, e-mail Information about the program is also available on Facebook.

About Professional Communications

Based in Matthews, N.C., Professional Communications specializes in creative television programming, video production and video marketing.


Russ Gill with Professional Communications at 704-814-4777