The Palm Beaches TV is now airing Landmark in Paradise, a documentary that tells the story of the birth and eventual refurbishment and restoration of the original 1916 Palm Beach County Courthouse. This new 30-minute episode, produced by West Palm Beach Company Ko-Mar, originally aired on South Florida PBS. The program is hosted by local architect Rick Gonzalez, the introduction and closing comments were delivered by Jimmy Buffett, and the episode also includes an interview with Burt Reynolds. The Palm Beaches TV offers high-quality, tourism-related family programming. Overseen by the Tourist Development Council, the channel streams at the Palm Beach International Airport, aboard the Bahamas Paradise Grand Classica cruise ship, and in guest rooms at the Boca Raton Resort & Club, Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort & Spa, the PGA National Resort & Spa, and the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Palm Beach Gardens. It is also available at the Palm Beach Convention Center, the Cultural Council and the Brazilian Court Hotel. Owned and operated by Olympusat, the channel is available anytime, anywhere on Roku and when you visit ThePalmBeaches.TV online.