Cambridge Media Map

Welcome to our local Media Map. This map provides provides an interesting overview of the city by presenting local stories mapped right down to the street corner where they take place. Browse this map and the information below to survey the richness of the arts, cultures and histories of Cambridge, MA.


Newest Points on our Map

Maritza Grooms, Jul 21
Help us commemorate those we have lost to COVID-19
Siobhan Bredin, Jul 14
Cambridge Arts seeks input by August 3 on four public art proposals to commemorate the centennial of U.S. women winning the right to vote.
Xia Rondeau, Apr 16
The Youth Media Program's Weekly Film Challenge for Cambridge Youth!
Siobhan Bredin, Apr 15
Jason Weeks, Cambridge Arts Council Executive Director, shares strategies for supporting artists and the arts during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Siobhan Bredin, Mar 29
With everything happening now, it can be hard to remember that March is Women's History Month and there is lots to explore in Cambridge.
Siobhan Bredin, Mar 20
March 20, 2020 is the first day of Spring, the earliest in 100 Years, and, even with social distancing there are things to do.
Beverly Mire, Mar 11
An empty chair signals the coming of Spring
Siobhan Bredin, Mar 8
March 4 author reading and discussion of She the People: A Graphic History
Joe Creason, Mar 6
Darwin was not the sole contributor to early evolutionary theory, find out who else was.
Peter Levine, Feb 21
A brief overview of Central Square Business Improvement District (CSBID).
Joe Creason, Feb 19
How an incident on the Boston T is emblematic of what is happening to the political climate in this country.
Peter Levine, Feb 13
On this episode, Josh interviews Maritza Grooms, our new executive assistant, and then gets to know CCTV's mini-cameras a little better!
Yewellyn A. Sanchez, Feb 12
A documentary about the stories of American born Latinos who don’t feel Latino enough or American enough.
Joe Creason, Feb 7
Cleenland is Cambridges one stop shop for low waste shopping
Yewellyn A. Sanchez, Feb 6
City Councilor Dennis Carlone reintroduces the Cambridge Welcoming City Ordinance at the Cambridge City Council meeting..
Peter Levine, Jan 21
Coming Up Next on CCTV! is a short-form series highlighting many of the exciting things happening at Cambridge Community Television.
Peter Levine, Jan 6
Cambridge-based artist Bao Song is a filmmaker, photographer and musician.
Josh Artman, Dec 17
"We didn’t know that we would wind up becoming a home to hundreds of filmmakers who before didn’t have a place to share their art in person"
Peter Levine, Dec 16
WHO KNOWS, CAMBRIDGE? is a Cambridge Trivia Game Show produced by CCTV.
Peter Levine, Dec 16
Coming Up Next on CCTV! is a short-form series highlighting many of the exciting things happening at Cambridge Community Television.
Josh Artman, Dec 5
"There was so much going on in Boston that was critically important, nationally and worldwide, that had never really been written about."