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Janeé Hill, a Fort Worth television producer, host, speaker, author and consultant, will hit the air waves again on Sept. 26 with her national reality-docuseries, The Janeé Show.

The show will air on Mondays at 7:30 p.m. CST on Upliftv, a national faith-based television network. The Janeé Show is a reality-docuseries designed to encourage and equip its viewers through relevant, relatable content and authentic teaching. The network deal with Upliftv is a two-year deal.

Hill started her media company, mHe3 Productions, in 2008. The company provides video production services for small- to medium-size businesses and nonprofit organizations. The company produced its first national TV show, Tour of Giving, in 2009. In 2010, mHe3 produced a second national TV series, Revelations of Authentic Women. The Janeé Show debuted in 2011 and ran for one season locally on WFAA, and then on FamilyNet for one year.

Hill plans to back the show with a bus tour that will help communities and individuals in need, including donating time and resources to make over a nonprofit’s building and surprising a woman-owned business owner with a check to take her business to the next level.

In addition to the show and bus tour, Hill’s first book, Diary of an Unbroken Heart, Simple Keys to Complex Change, will launch later this fall.

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