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TV Highlights Oct 14 - Oct 20

TV Highlights Oct 14 - Oct 20

What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week.

  • Posted on: 15 October 2019
  • By: Alfonso

New Singles
Channel 8

Expozed TV Season 3 Ep 9, the show is about exposing and interviewing artists within the community, and for them to share tips and advice for others. By Katiria Pineda-Colon.
8:35 PM on Tuesday 10/15, 11:10 AM on Wednesday 10/16
8:45 PM on Thursday 10/17

Bee in the City, watch as Josh & Dennis open their bee hive. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
12:40 PM on Wednesday 10/16, 8:30 PM on Thursday 10/17
11 AM on Friday 10/18, 7 PM on Sunday 10/20

Islamic Society of Boston (ISB) Neighbor’s Iftar, a short documentary showing an evening during Ramadan where Islamic Society of Boston (ISB) invited neighbors and community members to join them in their Iftar (break-fast). Produced by Peter Levine.
5:55 PM on Wednesday 10/16, 8:25 PM on Thursday 10/17
5:05 PM on Friday 10/18

The Link, Congressman John Larson on Social Security, Nutmeg TV’s CEO, Joanie Sutter, sat down with US Congressman John B. Larson (D-CT) to discuss social security reform. Congressman Larson is Chairman of Ways and Means Social Security Subcommittee. The Social Security 2100 Act is looking to expand the benefits of all current and future Social Security recipients and ensure the system remains solvent for the rest of the century. Produced by Nutmeg Public Access Television.
11:10 AM on Tuesday 10/15 and Thursday 10/17
10 PM on Friday 10/18 and Sunday 10/20

Election Specials
Channel 8

Ward 6 City Council Forum, the Cambridge Ward 6 Democratic Committee held its biennial Progressive Democrats City Council Candidates Forums at 5 and 7 p.m. Sept. 17 at the Cambridge Main Library, splitting the candidates into two smaller forums. The forum was filmed by Beck Hamlin and Alice Dettmer. Produced by CCTV.
5 PM on Tuesday 10/15 and Thursday 10/17

Stories from the Archives: The History of Voting In Cambridge for African Americans and Women, in the premiere episode of Stories from the Archives, CPL archivist Alyssa Pacy discusses the history of voting for African Americans and Women in Cambridge. Hosted and written by Alyssa Pacy, Archivist at the Cambridge Public Library
Produced by Peter Levine, Media Production Educator at Cambridge Community Television.
8:20 PM on Tuesday 10/15 and Thursday 10/17
5 PM on Wednesday 10/16 and Friday 10/18

Curiosity, Humility, And Family Partnership, in this story, Ayesha Wilson shares her journey learning about the diverse cultures of her students. "Building trust with families and being culturally proficient, run hand-in-hand,"Ayesha explains. In her story we learn how curiosity, openness and humility can be the bridge to forming strong relationships with youths' families. By Ayesha Wilson.
6:20 PM on Monday 10/14
11 AM on Tuesday 10/15 and Thursday 10/17
11 PM on Sunday 10/20

New Series
Channel 8

Somos Tu Mundo, magazine style show with community services, music, dancing, cooking, and interviews. Produced by Rosario Swaidan. (Multilingual: Spanish, Portuguese, English)
9:30 PM on Thursdays

CCTV Weekend Marathon
Tune in on Channel 9 for the Weekend Marathon and watch programs centered around community media day on Sunday and the candidate spots on Friday and Saturday!
Friday 10/4 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 10/5 from 12 PM - Midnight
& Sunday 10/6 from 12-4 PM.

Candidate Spots, hear what each candidate has to say. Produced by CCTV.
6 PM-8:30 PM on Friday
11 AM-1:20 PM on Saturday

Save Community Media, community media centers across the country are facing an existential threat. In addition to a continual decrease of cable subscriptions, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is considering rule changes that could severely diminish funding that community stations rely on to operate. Produced by Peter Levine.
12:10 PM on Sunday

Cambridge Community Television nurtures a strong, equitable and diverse community by providing tools and training to foster free speech, civic engagement, and creative expression while connecting people to collaboratively produce media that is responsive, relevant, and effective in a fast-changing technological environment.

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