Original Productions

Check out all of our original series productions, made by members and staff of CCTV.

From human trafficking to sustainability, women's homelessness to health disparities, "Cambridge Uncovered" is a collaboration between NeighborMedia.org and CCTV's Production Department, which seeks to dive in depth on issues that matter to Cantabrigians. Watch "Cambridge Uncovered" Wednesdays at 9 p.m. or Fridays at 1 p.m. on CCTV Ch. 8.
Carpe Kalendarium, or perhaps "grab a calendar" in old timey Latin, helps you find great things to do in the Boston area each week. Today we're talking about foodie events and other cool ways to stuff your face. Our crew connect the people in our community with the organizations that make their lives better - without slowing your scroll.
A collection of pieces profiling the deep involvement by our members.
In Case You Missed It is a monthly series designed to help catch you up on events around Cambridge that you may have missed. Produced, written, and edited by members, volunteers, and staff, In Case You Missed It takes a look at the past month's events in and around Cambridge and offers them to you in a condensed form.
Did you ever witness powerful things happen, and realize with dismay that no one other than those directly involved would ever benefit from the lessons learned? "Meet The Problem Solvers" takes this challenge head-on, through interviews which air live from the TV studio of Cambridge Community TV (CCTV). Host Judy Perlman invites guests who are dealing with a diversity of important, high-impact social issues for 27-minute interviews. Together they...
Discussions lead by CCTV's Executive Director with guest from other local non-profits in the Cambridge Community to highlight the work and effort of providing valuable sources to the community at large. If you are interested in having your non-profit featured on Not for Nothin,' contact Susan at susan@cctvcambridge.org.
CCTV's Performance Series celebrates the local arts community by putting on a variety of shows, including Folked Up (a quirky folk music showcase) and Open Mic Night. Each show features a live studio audience and is open to the public.
The official podcast of Boston's ONLY Open Mic night for film makers. Boston Open Screen happens every 2nd Tuesday of the month at Coolidge Corner Theatre. Episodes of the podcast feature conversations with local film makers of all stripes.
TINA LIVES is a raw and engaging street-smart story about growing up hippie, growing up hard, and coming of age, while living a life that mirrors the collapse and burnout of the hippie movement in the early eighties. Recorded at Cambridge Community Television.
A podcast by Cambridge City Councillors Alanna Mallon and Sumbul Siddiqui.

Archived Productions