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TV Highlights Mar 9 - Mar 15
TV Highlights Mar 9 - Mar 15
What's new to CCTV? A List of Programs to Check Out This Week.
Wild Card, Expozed TV, Roxbury artist, Jefe Replay, breaks barriers in the Boston Hip Hop scene and plans to move to LA to pursue dreams. Produced by Katiria Pineda Colon.
8:10 PM on Tuesday 3/10
11 AM on Wednesday 3/11
11:30 AM on Friday 3/13
7:25 PM on Sunday 3/15
Leavitt & Peirce, If These Walls Could Talk, Johnny Berosh and L&P owner Paul McDonald sit and chat about history, the business and odds and ends. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
8:35 PM on Tuesday 3/10
11:30 AM on Wednesday 3/11
7 PM on Thursday 3/12 and Sunday 3/15
11 AM on Friday 3/13
Who Knows, Cambridge? Who Knows, Cambridge? is a Cambridge trivia game show produced at CCTV! Produced by Peter Levine.
5 PM on Tuesday 3/10, Wednesday 3/11, Thursday 3/12, and Friday 3/13
10 PM on Saturday 3/14
Impeachment and Removal Rally, Cambridge Area Stronger Together (CAST) hosted an Impeachment & Removal Rally on Tuesday evening, December 17 outside Cambridge City Hall in solidarity with people across the country. As the organizer of one of over 550 rallies in all 50 states and Washington, D.C. on the night before the House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on the Articles of Impeachment, CAST underscored the importance of BOTH Houses of Congress doing their jobs by ensuring that the President is held accountable in a full and fair impeachment investigation and trial, as the Constitution requires. Rally participants were encouraged to engage in collective action during the next steps in Trump’s impeachment and removal process.
5:50 PM on Thursday 3/12 and Friday 3/13
5 PM on Saturday 3/14
DIYDS Film Festival 2019, the best top 10 films from the DIYDS Film Festival last year, promoting the festival coming up this March. Produced by Jensun Yonjan.
5 PM - 6:20 PM on Monday 3/9
11 AM - 12:20 PM on Tuesday 3/10 and Thursday 3/12
Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday for a Weekend Marathon! Watch episodes of Cambridge Uncovered throughout the years! Friday 3/13 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 3/14 from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 3/15 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.
Cambridge Uncovered Episode 27: Cambridge Citizen Journalism, in the 27th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, host Frank Morris Lopez sits down with two participants of the NeighborMedia citizen journalism program at Cambridge Community Television. Beverly Mire and Beth Redmond Walsh discuss the videos and articles they've contributed to NeighborMedia.org, and why their stories - along with those of other citizen journalists in the community - are important to filling the Cambridge news gap. Produced by CCTV.
6:50 PM on Friday 3/13
Cambridge Uncovered: Central Square - Cultural Arts District, in this episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia journalist Lori Jobe explores Central Square and its special designation as a cultural district. What is a cultural district? What elements make Central Square a Cultural District? And what is being done to promote Central Square as such? Jobe sits down with Jason Weeks of the Cambridge Arts Council, City Councilor Nadeem Mazen and Central Square Advisory Committee member Robert Winters, to discuss this topic and talk about the possibilities that await this unique area of Cambridge. Produced by CCTV.
11 AM on Saturday 3/14
Cambridge Uncovered: Arts for the Ages, Cambridge Uncovered is a quarterly studio series produced as a collaboration between CCTV’s production department and the NeighborMedia program. The program is designed to be an informative panel discussion touching on elements relevant to the Cambridge Community. This episode Cambridge Uncovered, titled Arts for the Ages, was shot on Friday, March 14th, 2014. Guests included Cinthia Pineda and Mohammad Sayed, participants in CCTV's Youth Media Program, and Peter DiMuro, Executive Director of the Dance Complex in Cambridge. Produced by CCTV.
1:25 PM on Sunday 3/15
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