eScapes Announces Daytime Programming Change

Midday Getaway with Sandy Kovach

‘Midday Getaway’ with Nationally Syndicated Radio Host Sandy Kovach MONROE, MICHIGAN, December 10, 2012 – The only cable television network offering US-patented Hybrid Radio/Television announced the premiere of “Midday Getaway with Sandy Kovach,” airing daily from 10 am to 3 … Continue reading


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Linderhof Palace, Germany

featuring Keith Phillips' "The Millstone"
Linderhof Palace, Bavaria, Germany

The German state of Bavaria is renowned for its beautiful views and magnificent architecture, and some of its most impressive sites were built under the rule of King Ludwig II, the area’s “fairy tale king.” During his 22-year reign, the … Continue reading


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Skagway, Alaska

featuring Peter White's "Baby Steps"
Skagway, Alaska

Nicknamed the “Gateway to the Klondike,” Skagway, Alaska, was a gold rush boomtown at the end of the 19th century, after gold was found in the Yukon Territory. Situated at the head of a convenient path to the region, the … Continue reading


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Zanzibar Sunrise

featuring Acoustic Alchemy's "Passionelle"
Zanzibar Sunrise

Zanzibar, a semi-autonomous archipelago just off the mainland of Tanzania, is known for its relaxed lifestyle, fabulous beaches and reefs, unique animals, and it’s largest export, fine spices. This tranquil scene brings you a sunrise from a quintessential Zanzibar beach. … Continue reading


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Lucerne, Switzerland

featuring Herbie Russ' "Story of My Life"
Lucerne, Switzerland

Lucerne is one of Switzerland’s largest cities and most popular tourist destinations. Centered in the center of the country on the Reuss River, Lucerne is known for the Chapel Bridge, a wooden footbridge built in 1333. Unfortunately, much of the … Continue reading


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Bangkok, Thailand (Chao Phraya River)

featuring Acoustic Alchemy's "Playing for Time"
Chao Phraya River, Bangkok

Like most great cities, Thailand’s capital, Bangkok, is situated on a great river: the Chao Phraya, which runs 231 miles from the center of the country into the Gulf of Thailand. On a typical afternoon, the waters of the Chao … Continue reading


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Bondi Beach, Australia

featuring Peter White's "Always, Forever"
Bondi Beach, Australia

Australia’s most famous beach, Bondi, is located just 7 kilometers (about 4 miles) from downtown Sydney in the state of New South Wales. A public beach since the last 19th century, Bondi’s kilometer-long shoreline offers opportunities for surfing, swimming, and … Continue reading


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Rocky Mountain Winter

featuring Jim Brickman's "Quiet Time"
Colorado Rockies Winter

Snow is usually found at the peaks of the Rocky Mountains, but only in winter does the entire landscape get a brilliant white coat. This eScapes video takes you to the Colorado Springs area to take in a perfect winter … Continue reading


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South Haven Lighthouse

featuring Paul Hardcastle's "Peace On Earth"
South Haven Lighthouse, Michigan

South Haven, Michigan is known for its harbor on Lake Michigan, and its harbor is known for its South Pierhead Lighthouse. Since 1903, this lighthouse has stood on the lakeshore, but not always with its distinctive appearance. The lighthouse was … Continue reading


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CSL Niagara (Upbound at Port Colborne)

featuring Chris Botti's "When Rain Falls"
CSL Niagara on Welland Canal

Port Colborne, on the southern coast of Ontario, has been greatly effected by the Welland Canal, which runs through downtown on its way to joining Lakes Ontario and Erie. Since 1833, the passage of vessels here has created a community … Continue reading


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