Laurel F. Vlock has served as a TV anchor/host and a producer appearing on a variety of broudcast and cable channels for 30 years. For 16 years she produced and hosted Jewish Spectrum, a series of the National Jewish Television Network. She was co-founder in 1979 of The Holocaust Survivors Film Project, Inc., and, in 1982, of the Fortunoff Video Archive of Holocaust Testimonies at Yale. In 1980 she was Executive Producer and host of an EMMY award winning documentary for New York's WNEW-TV, Ch 5, entitled "Forever Yesterday" about Holocaust survivors. In June, 1981, she co-anchored with CBS correspondent David Schoenbrum, the five PBS special broadcasts from Israel of the World Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors in Jerusalem and subsequently also co-anchored the PBS specials of the American Gatherings of Holocaust Survivors from Washington in 1983 and from Philadelphia in 1985. She is an author, writer and lecturer and currently produces and hosts TV documentaries that are broadcast on WBNE-TV.