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March 22, 2007 - 1:51pm This Award winning video that looks at the human issues associated with war and the toll that it takes on the people involved in warfare read more
March 22, 2007 - 12:51pm In one interview, Marta recounted that it was only after leaving her native Colombia and coming to the US to study that she began to appreciate the folk music traditions she had left behind. Since then, she has been recasting the traditional music of Latin America in her original compositions. Marta brought her mellifluous voice and her band of inspired musicians to CCTV for episode 4 of Bandwidth TV. Here they perform "Seis" from her Cantos de Agua Dulce album. For more on Marta and her group, visit her website martagomez.com. read more
March 22, 2007 - 12:43pm III Kings inaugurated the Bandwidth TV series and hold a special place in the Bandwidth pantheon. They've shared the stage with the Roots, Busta Rhymes, Common, Talib Kweli among others. Here they perform their song "Shine" off the Salvation album. Check them out at cdbaby.com and on myspace.com. read more
March 22, 2007 - 12:34pm Fellas, keep an eye on your ladies... JT is in town and his smooth brand of neo-soul will keep heads bouncin' and hearts a-flutterin'. JT and the Dirty Truth came by CCTV for episode 6 of Bandwith TV. Here he sings "You Are My Lady...Anyway". Hear more at his myspace page and check him at the soulkore.com site. read more
March 22, 2007 - 12:17pm Sarah Brindell is a singer-songwriter and also teaches at Berklee College of Music. She sang a cover of Prince's "How Come U Don't Call Me" during her appearance on episode 9 of Bandwidth TV Hear more of Sarah at her website, dragonladymusic.com or her myspace page. read more
March 22, 2007 - 12:09pm "Zili Misik is an 8-piece ALL FEMALE band that performs dance and roots music of the African Diaspora!" Hear them kick out the jams on "Guadeloupe", performed during their appearance on Bandwidth TV's episode 10. Check out more Zili Misik at their myspace page or on their sonicbids epk read more
March 22, 2007 - 11:58am TBD's swampabilly sound and rockabayou swagger will kick you in the rear and you'll like it. Here they perform their song "Crop Diamond Everglade" during their appearance on Bandwidth TV episode 11. Check out more at thebigdisappointments.com or myspace.com/thebigdisappointments. read more
March 15, 2007 - 12:13pm My Little Radio has a big sound. This band has catchy hooks, good looks, and the musicianship to back it all up. Here they play "Leave the Light On" during their appearance on Bandwidth TV episode II way back in '05. Tune in to more My Little Radio at purevolume.com/mylittleradio and myspace.com/mylittleradio. read more
March 15, 2007 - 11:56am Between the Lines, a video by CCTV members Mike Farino and Jake Styles, was selected as a finalist in WGBH's 6:55 Shorts contest last year. The video features four different subway musicians talking about their trade. read more
March 9, 2007 - 11:23am LEFT: Jessica Durrum, Assoc. Director, Centro Presente & Eli Kao, CCTV Membership Coordinator Making connections with a variety of community organizations and exploring opportunities to provide media training in Cambridge is an ongoing process for CCTV. To get a sense for what kinds of needs exist among community organizations and their members, a good first step might be an informal "communications & media use" inventory for each entity. Centro Presente is a well-established multi-services center that needs to communicate with both its membership and the public at large, and also provides education and training. What methods and media does Centro Presente use to stay in contact with people? What kind of technology training needs do its members have? I spoke recently with Associate Director Jessica Durrum about Centro Presente, its members, and how it uses various forms of media. I was impressed by their membership numbers and by how their community organizing work is integrated with their service provision. Communications with constituents are based around the oldest medium of all- word-of-mouth, but also include a lot of print material and a weekly AM radio show. The web... read more

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