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McDonough-based Southern Crescent Broadcasting, a local community television station reaching Henry County on Charter Channel 182, will debut its new show, “He Said, She Said,” in the spring.

According to a news release, it will explore “the age-old battle of man versus woman and theirs different points of views on dating, society and pop culture.”

Its female co-host is Lydia Pierre, director of communications for the Henry County Chamber of Commerce, author of "The Art of Branding: A Simple & Practical Guide to Understanding the Branding Process," and chair of the One Henry arts and leisure committee.

Its male co-host is Pierre’s fellow committee member and its research and development lead Raymond Jordan Jr., who is also the general manager of Noah’s Ark animal sanctuary in Locust Grove.

Each episode will tackle a topic – including entrepreneurship and relationships – from male and female points of view.

Pierre said episodes will include date nights, social media and marriage.

“I’m always up for a good debate,” she said in a statement.

The show will bring in special guests and conduct social experiments and demonstrations.

Jordan said the show is unique and relevant to a young and diverse audience.

“We can focus on real communication struggles that will resonate with our audience and give them ideas to take away and act on,” he said in a statement.

Audience members can weigh in via social media.

On the horizon is an interactive website with episodes, a blog and an expert section.

Information: http://bit.ly/2xw2ADw

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