CCTV Programming Jan 11 - Jan 17

CCTV Programming Jan 11 - Jan 17

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

  • Posted on: 11 January 2021
  • By: Alfonso

COVID-19 Programming
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unPlanned: Jeff Levine & Emma Roberts, The downtowns of small and mid-sized American cities were making a comeback in the 2010s, but with the arrival of Covid 19, they have struggled to remain open, vibrant economic corridors. In a new study, Jeff Levine and Emma Gonzalez Roberts of the Department of Urban Studies and Planning look at long-term strategies to get these crucial zones back to health once the peril of the virus has receded. Levine and Roberts examine six post-industrial cities in the Northeast and the Upper Midwest and lay out a set or recommendations for their future. The study can be downloaded from here:
4 PM on Mon 1/11
1 PM on Tue 1/12, Fri 1/15
3 PM on Wed 1/13
8:30 PM on Thurs 1/14
7:30 PM on Sun 1/17

Dr. John Campbell: New Viral Strain Spreads Through UK, Dr. John Campbell of the U.K. shares his research on Covid-19. KATV is sharing these videos with special permission. Produced by KATV.
4:30 PM on Mon 1/11
1:30 PM on Tue 1/12, Fri 1/15
2:30 PM on Wed 1/13
5:30 PM on Sun 1/17

All About Women Programming
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Why Women Matter in the News Business, Anne Galloway, the founder and editor of VTDigger and the executive director of the nonprofit Vermont Journalism Trust, discusses her journey from a one-woman operation covering state politics to a two-million-dollar nonprofit daily news business. Produced by GNAT-TV.
5 PM on Mon 1/11
7 PM on Tue 1/12, Thurs 1/14
1 PM on Wed 1/13
2 PM on Fri 1/15
6 PM on Sun 1/17

Two Grannies on the Road, 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote. Produced by PACTV Plymouth.
7 PM on Mon 1/11
3:30 PM on Wed 1/13, Thurs 1/14, Fri 1/15
12 PM on Sun 1/17

Other Programming
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Tobacco and E-Cig Use, Commander Jerry Zee and Lieutenant John Jackson of the US Public Health Service discuss the Tobacco epidemic and the adverse effects on health. Produced by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
6:30 PM on Mon 1/11
4 PM on Wed 1/13, Fri 1/15
3 PM on Thurs 1/14
12:30 PM on Sun 1/17

Cambridge Arts Now and Forever, a benefit concert and multi-disciplinary arts event to raise funds in support of Cambridge's arts and culture sector. This very special event will feature an array of renowned Cambridge artists: Latin music ambassadors Rosi and Brian Amador of Sol y Canto and their daughter, enchanting singer-songwriter Alisa Amador, will performing live in a double bill at the historic and legendary folk venue, Club Passim, as well as beloved spoken word artist Regie Gibson; award-winning actress Debra Wise, creative director of the Underground Railway Theater; and a compelling dance performance from, created at The Dance Complex! Join us in supporting the future of the arts in this vulnerable time in our beloved city of Cambridge, Massachusetts. Produced by Passim.
1 PM on Mon 1/11, Thurs 1/14, Sun 1/17
2 PM on Tue 1/12
6 PM on Wed 1/13
5 PM on Fri 1/15

Tune in to Channel 9 from Friday through Sunday and watch our WOMEN
PROGRAMMING for a weekend marathon! Friday 1/15 from 6-9 PM, Saturday 1/16
from 12 PM-Midnight & Sunday 1/17 from 12-4 PM on CCTV Channel 9.