Featured Production Gallery

Dec 10, 2017 A panel discussion of the photography book "We Who March," a multi-city documentation of the Women's March of 1/21/12017. Conceived and edited by Cambridge resident and photographer Ellen Feldman, the book contains photographs from 30 photographers and comments by 20 marchers, as well as an introduction by Wellesley College professor emerita Susan M. Reverby. Panelists include host Ellen Feldman... more
Nov 21, 2017 Cambridge Community Television would not be the vibrant community media center it is without the support of our friends.2017 Friends of CCTV Heather Amsden Anonymous Richard Arthur Wilner Auguste Joanna Berton Martinez Robert Boulrice Siobhan Bredin Cheryl W. Brown Angie Brusch Kathy Cannon & Scott Berk Congressman Michael Capuano Susan Chasen Richard Chasin Donna Davis Daniel... more
Oct 11, 2017 Join Timothy Snyder, Levin Professor of History, Yale University and author of On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century and Bloodlands: Europe Between Hitler and Stalin. Callie Crossley, Host/Executive Editor of WGBH Radio’s “Under the Radar" in a conversation at the Cambridge Public Library, October 3, 2017. more
Sep 21, 2017 On September 19, 2017, A Better Cambridge hosted a City Council Candidate Forum at the Broad Institute in Cambridge. The forum was moderated by former Cambridge City Councillor David Sullivan. more
Aug 23, 2017 This episode focuses on UMass Boston and some of the controversial issues that have surfaced over the past year around that public university. Earlier this year, we heard that the school was projecting a $30 million deficit – that amount was later trimmed to $10 million. We heard that amidst a building program worth billions of dollars, there were billions of dollars in deferred maintenance that... more
Aug 3, 2017 The Charles River Conservancy offers residents the opportunity to swim in the Charles at the fifth annual CitySplash event. The event took place at the Fiedler Dock along the Esplanade on July 18, 2017. City Splash was filmed by Sam Bruce and edited by Zach Ben-Amots. more
Aug 1, 2017 You are invited to join the CCTV Youth Media Program as they screen work produced during the 2017 Summer Media Institute, offered in partnership with the Cambridge Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program. Students will share a wide range of video work including documentaries and a narrative produced through a collaboration with Emerson College. more
May 25, 2017 On Saturday, May 20, 2017, the Cambridge Public Library hosted Supreme Court Justice, Stephen Breyer, who spoke as part of the library's Democracy Day activities. The talk took place at the library's main lecture hall and was filmed by Seth Myer. CCTV is a nonprofit, public-access organization in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Look us up at cctvcambridge.org. more
May 22, 2017 This episode of Bay State Forum focuses on what Massachusetts should do now about health care in the face of so much uncertainty. Obamacare was modeled after RomneyCare, which was adopted by Massachusetts in 2006 to move toward universal healthcare for all. What happens if there is no longer a federal requirement that all people have to buy insurance? Or if people with pre-existing conditions... more
Apr 27, 2017 Take a look at CCTV's brand new YouTube Channel - and don't forget to hit Subscribe. more
Mar 27, 2017 Barbara Anthony interviews two healthcare policy experts and consumer advocates who have worked at the forefront of healthcare reform in this state and country. Brian Rosman is the Policy and Government Relations Director for Health Care for All. Health Care for All is a Massachusetts consumer advocacy organization that works with our state government to pursue policies for affordable, quality... more
Mar 7, 2017 On March 1, 2017, MA State Representative Marjorie Decker hosted a Cambridge Town Hall meeting discussing health care at the Cambridge City-Wide Senior Center. Speakers included Decker, Dr. Jennifer Childs-Roshak, and John McDonough. The event was recorded by Sara Pagiaro. more
Feb 14, 2017 About 70 Prerecorded TV Series are broadcast on a weekly schedule on CCTV Channels 8, 9, and 96. On Channel 8, find independently-produced programs by producers locally as well as nationally. On Channel 9, daily shows from the Free Speech TV Network as well as from our CCTV Live studio. On Channel 96, multilingual, spiritual, and religious programming. Click here to learn how to submit your... more
Feb 8, 2017 Host Pat McCormick interviews Christopher Mitchell, Director of the Community Broadband Networks Initiative at the Institute for Local Self-Reliance in Minneapolis and Policy Director for Next Century Cities, on the future of community broadband around the country. more
Jan 3, 2017 CCTV is partnering with MIT for its "Day of Service" to offer adults over 50 years of age one-on-one assistance with a technological device. Did you receive a new device as a gift this holiday season, or do you have a device you've owned for awhile and just want to learn some new options? Get the most out of your phone, tablet or laptop - bring it by and we'll help you become more familiar with... more
Dec 23, 2016 During this nice slow holiday week, cuddle up with CCTV's January through March newsletter. Make it your New Year's resolution to take a class, produce some media, ands engage with your neighbors. Happy Holidays from CCTV. more
Dec 4, 2016 A 10 alarm fire on December 3 in East Cambridge left 60 people homeless. Donate to the Mayor's Fire Relief Fund to help those who lost everything. more
Nov 29, 2016 CCTV is seeking to raise $2600 today to enable two additional teens to join our Youth Media Program. You can help us reach our goal by making a donation today. more
Nov 22, 2016 Do you know that many local retailers support CCTV? Show your appreciation by supporting them this holiday season: Acupuncture Together Ambit Press Artist and Craftsman Supply The Asgard B Cummings Salon Boston Red Sox Brattle Theater Cafe Luna Cambridge Brewing Company Cambridge Naturals Cambridge Self Storage Cambridge YMCA Central Rock Gym Central Square Florist Central Square Theater Charles... more
Nov 22, 2016 This episode was recorded exactly one week from the November 8th election that resulted in the defeat of Hillary Clinton - even though she won the popular vote-- and the improbable victory – to many of us – of one Donald Trump. Full disclosure – Barbara worked hard for HRC and thinks control of all branches of government in the hands of right wing conservatives with Trump at the helm is cause... more
Nov 22, 2016 In this episode, host Barbara Anthony conducts a post election interview with former Attorney General and current Senior Counsel at Casner and Edwards, LLP, Scott Harshbarger. This episode was recorded exactly one week after the November 8th election that resulted in the defeat of Hillary Clinton - even though she won the popular vote-- and the mind boggling victory – to many of us – of one... more