"Cambridge Uncovered, Ep. 5" shows Friday at 8 on CCTV Ch. 9

"Cambridge Uncovered, Ep. 5" shows Friday at 8 on CCTV Ch. 9

Public affairs program talks with CRLS pupils involved in the student-led #HandsUpWalkOut in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter campaign

  • Posted on: 5 December 2014
  • By: frank

TONIGHT: Cambridge Community Television and NeighborMedia bring you a special edition of "Cambridge Uncovered." In this episode, citizen journalist Beverly Mire talks with two pupils from Cambridge Rindge and Latin School who led and participated in a student walkout in solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter campaign.

Catch the episode tonight at 8 p.m. on CCTV Ch. 9, both on Cambridge cable television and streaming online at the same time at: http://www.cctvcambridge.org/channel09. And in case you miss it, the video will appear in its entirety later this evening at neighbormedia.org.

Watch it online or on TV!

Show schedule

CCTV Cambridge Channel 9:

  • Friday, Dec. 5 @ 8 p.m.
  • Saturday, Dec. 6 @ 4 p.m.
  • Sunday, Dec. 7 @ 3 p.m.
  • Tuesday, Dec. 9 @ 10 a.m.

Stream it during the same times here: http://cctvcambridge.org/channel09

Watch previous episodes of Cambridge Uncovered:
- Episode 1, "Arts for the Ages"
- Episode 2, "Men's Health & Racial Disparities"
- Episode 3, "Women's Homelessness"
- Episode 4, "Cambridge and the News"

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About NeighborMedia:
NeighborMedia, now in its seventh year, is the citizen journalism program of CCTV that trains Cambridge residents to report on the people, places, issues and events of their very own neighborhoods. The team is made up of 18 nonprofessional reporters who commit to producing two written stories – or one video piece – a month for NeighborMedia.org. In exchange, they receive a free membership to CCTV, granting them full access to CCTV’s classes, equipment and facilities.

NeighborMedia is currently looking to expand its team. Cambridge residents can visit the NeighborMedia web site for information and to apply. Emails inquiring about the program can be sent to frank@cctvcambridge.org.

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