This Week on TV: Some messages from local groups in Cambridge & a weekend all about Dads!

This Week on TV: Some messages from local groups in Cambridge & a weekend all about Dads!

CCTV hosted PSA Day, where local organizations were able to come in and record segments to market their mission and upcoming events.

  • Posted on: 11 June 2018
  • By: Ella


New CCTV Staff Produced Programs


WATCH: On Channel 8
Each year, during PSA DAY, CCTV records 30 second public service announcements for Cambridge nonprofits.
Tuesday & Saturday beginning at 5PM through 5:03 PM
Also keep an eye out for these PSA's on all three of our channels throughout the day!
Just a Start and features Brian Nichols. https://www.justastart.org/
Health and Recovery and features Libby Shrobe. http://www.healthrecovery.org/
Studio 550 and features Papa Sy. https://studioat550.org/
New England Innocence Project and features Radha Natarajan. http://www.newenglandinnocence.org/

ABC hosts Richard Rothstein, author of The Color of Law from Cambridge Community Television on Vimeo.

ABC Hosts Richard Rothstein
Channel 8 Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday @ 5PM
A Better Cambridge hosted Richard Rothstein, author of the highly acclaimed book, The Color of Law: A Forgotten History of How Our Government Segregated America.
Rothstein's explosive presentation describes the forgotten story of how our federal, state, and local governments explicitly encouraged racial segregation across the country - in blue states, red states and as recently as the 2008 housing crisis. His presentation was followed by a panel discussion with local luminaries and community leaders.
The panel was moderated by The Boston Globe’s Ideas Editor, Dante Ramos, and featured:
* Chrystal Kornegay, Executive Director of MassHousing;
* Dr. Atyia Martin, Distinguished Senior Fellow at Northeastern and former Chief Resilience Officer of Boston;
* David Harris, Managing Director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race and Justice at Harvard Law School, founding, former Executive Director of the Fair Housing Center of Greater Boston
The event was filmed by Moussou N'Diaye and Malcolm Sullivan and took place at Cambridge Rindge and Latin's Fitzgerald Theatre.

New Outside Produced Programs


WATCH: On Channel 8
African Ascent by Teodros Kiros
Channel 8 Monday 6/11 @ 5PM, Tuesday/Thursday @ 11AM, Friday/Sunday @ 10PM
An Associate Professor at Berklee College of Music in Boston, and host of African Ascent, Kiros interviews a variety of guests covering African topics, musical performances, and other trending topics.

Check out CCTV's Weekend Marathon!


WATCH: On Channel 9
Father's Day!
Programs all about D A D S!
CCTV Channel 9
Friday 6PM-9PM
Saturday 12PM- Midnight
Sunday 12PM-4PM


Also catch the third week of CCTV's program highlights from the last 3 decades! 30 Years of TV in the next 30 weeks!


Channel 8 Fridays 8 AM - 11 AM & Sunday 12 PM - 3 PM
Channel 9 Monday 12 AM - 3 AM & Saturday 12 PM - 3 PM
Channel 96 Tuesdays 8 AM - 11 AM & Thursday 8 AM - 11 AM
Check out https://www.cctvcambridge.org/30yearsin30weeks to stay up to date on what's playing each week!