Radio

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Preferred Company 7-28-16: Zane Buzby

With radio host Joel Markel
July 28, 2016

“Today’s guest is Zane Buzby. Zane has directed over 150 sitcoms ranging from Golden Girls to Married With Children and Blossom.  During a break from filming, Zane took a “roots trip” to seek out the birthplaces of her grandparents in Belarus and Lithuania. She found 8 elderly Holcaust survivors in their 80s and 90s in desperate need of food, medicine and water. Aging in place with no medicare or health insurance, extended family, medication and givergivers, they were in dire need of help.   On returning to Los Angles, Zane founded a non-profit charity to bring emergency aid. Through trips overseas, Zane found more and more survivors in critical need.  Today, The Survivor Mitzvah Project has grown to helping over 2,000 survivors in 8 countries. The more people who learn that there are survivors out who aren’t receiving aid, the more people are compelled to help. That’s what this is all about. Zane says it’s a joy to be a part of this effort and is life changing for those who help as well as the survivors being helped.”


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THE STUPH FILE PROGRAM: EPISODE #0358
with Peter Anthony Holder
The week of June 27, 2016

“TV director, Zane Buzby, who has helmed over 200 episodes of network television, including such hits as Golden Girls, Newhart, and Married…with Children, is the founder of The Survivor Mitzvah Project. It helps survivors of the Holocaust still living in Eastern Europe. She also spearheaded an amazing one hour TV special called The Last Survivors: Echoes From The Holocaust. You can see the full special on their website. I urge you to do so.”  — Peter Anthony Holder


Yesterday USA, Radio Interview with Zane Buzby
05/26/2016
Walden Hughes interviews Zane Buzby, Founder of The Survivor Mitzvah Project.



77WABC, The Saturday Cafe with Laura Smith.
Laura interviews Zane Buzby about her project, The Survivor Mitzvah Project which brings aid to the last Holocaust survivors in Eastern Europe.