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Feb 4, 2016 On Channel 9 Saturday Feb. 6, noon till midnight: The program begins with a new series from Washington DC's National Gallery of Art on American artists of the nineteenth century. Learn about John James Audobon and The Birds of America, impressionist William Merritt Chase at Shinnecock, The Landscapes of Frederic Edwin Church, Winslow Homer, Thomas "Yellowstone" Moran, John F. Peto and the Idea of... more
Feb 1, 2016 New Edit-Help Sessions at CCTV This week CCTV officially launches its new “Edit-Help” sessions. These will be offered as one-on-one single-hour sessions with the “Production Training Mentor”, a skilled intern who is interested in video production as well as community education. A production contract is required and sessions will be coordinated through CCTV Community Media Training Coordinator... more
Feb 1, 2016 Whole Foods Market and the Brattle Theater are working together to host a screening of "Forks Over Knives." "Forks Over Knives" examines the profound claim that most, if not all, of the degenerative diseases that afflict us can be controlled, or even reversed, by rejecting animal-based and processed foods. A special reception hosted by Whole Foods Healthy Eating Specialists will feature a meet... more
Feb 1, 2016 We are proud to announce that CCTV Youth Media Program participants Sam Brill-Weil, Yanka Petri, Ann Pierre, and Zohar Propp-Hurwitz will receive 2016 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards! The regional competition received more than 15,000 entries in Art, and about 2,500 writing entries. Work was judged by 3 criteria: originality, technical skill, and personal vision. A complete list of winners... more
Jan 29, 2016 An interview with Wilnert Guillame about his experience with homelessness. Produced by Anne Pierre for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 28, 2016 An interview with Amy Mertl of Lesley University about the warmer than usual December of 2015. Produced by Josue Cardoza, Anderson Guichette and Odai Nakawa for the School Year Production Program Fall 2015. more
Jan 22, 2016 Cambridge Community Television is a public access television and media organization that can provide residents with the tools they need to bring their important community messages to the people. Come to this Open House on February 23, 6:30PM, and learn all about the opportunities that exist here. There are ongoing weekly and monthly video productions lead by staff and members on topics from... more
Jan 12, 2016 Seth Myer presents the first episode in his new series Changing Cambridge, which profiles small local businesses as they deal with the rapidly changing economic landscape. This first installment pays a visit to University Stationery on Mass Ave. in Central Square. more
Jan 11, 2016 All workshops are sponsored by the City of Cambridge's Community Development Department and will be held at the CCTV Computer Lab, 438 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139. All workshops are free for Cambridge residents and business owners. Non-eligible participants may pay $10 per workshop upon attendance. Social Media workshops presented by Cambridge Community Television (CCTV). To pre-... more
Jan 4, 2016 The staff of CCTV wishes you a happy, healthy, and productive new year. We have a wide array of exciting events planned for 2016 including: January 6- Whole Foods Market 5% Day- All DayShop at Cambridge and Somerville Whole Foods locations; they will be donating 5% of their net profits to CCTV's Youth Media Program on that day! January 14- Open House- 6:30pm New and prospective members can... more
Dec 28, 2015 On Wednesday, January 6, Whole Foods Market's Fresh Pond, Prospect Street, River Street and Somerville stores will be donating 5% of their net sales to Cambridge Community Television (CCTV). Several times a year, Whole Foods locations hold Community Giving Days, also known as “5% Days,” where five percent of that day’s net sales are donated to a local nonprofit or educational organization.... more
Dec 23, 2015 (As you sit by the fire this Christmas Eve and -Day, tune in to CCTV for some spunky Holiday Specials the whole family will enjoy.)When Christmas is over, the CCTV holiday celebrations go on: A Kwanzaa Celebration from children in the 2008 King Community School sing, chant, dance, and play African drums for this short Kwanzaa celebration performance. On Saturday 12/26 Channel 9 at midnight,... more
Dec 21, 2015 Just an idea in 1988, CCTV has grown into a thriving media center, recognized as the best of its kind in the country. Today our cable channels feature 24,000 hours of programming in 10 languages that celebrate our city and its diverse culture. Our channels reach 32,000+ homes in Cambridge today. In this video, learn about some of the many ways your donation to CCTV strengthens the community. more
Dec 14, 2015 Cambridge Community Television strengthens the community in so many ways, and we could not do it without you. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today to support important initiatives like CCTV's Nonprofit Resource Exchange, which helps nonprofits learn about technology, connect with other change makers, and deepen their impact. This year, through the Nonprofit Resource Exchange,... more
Dec 9, 2015 December is upon us. This Saturday on Channel 9, get acclimated with a veritable winter wonderland of programs: At noon and 7:30pm, catch a Winter Concert from the 2009 Community Youth Orchestra of Boston. At 1:20pm and 5:50pm watch a seasonal episode of Coloring Coorain — "XXX-Mas." Coorain puts the sexy back in Christmas with this holiday special, as he struggles to find the reason for the... more
Dec 9, 2015 "Storytelling with Comics" Exhibition in Karen Aqua Gallery Reception: Sunday, December 13th, 5PM - 7PM From November 16th - January 5th, the Karen Aqua Gallery at Cambridge Community Television will host an exhibition of work created in the class “Storytelling with Comics” taught by multi-media artist Jon Dorn, offered at CCTV in October 2015. Comics aren’t just cartoon superheroes and villains... more
Dec 7, 2015 Check out the first episode of Whole Food's Market's monthly series, "Fresh Ideas from Whole Foods Market." In this episode, Allison Nichols, Healthy Eating Specialist, and Matthew Keller, Marketing & Community Liaison, prepare butternut hummus, quinoa, chard and apple salad, and pumpkin pie smoothies. Fresh Ideas from Whole Foods Market airs the first Wednesday of the month at 6:30 pm... more
Nov 30, 2015 Anne, a senior at Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School, is a participant in the Youth Media Program this year. Anne joined the Youth Media Program this summer, with a fierce commitment to using media as a tool for social justice. For her first project, Anne worked with two of her peers, Joseph and Sam, producing a powerful video about race entitled "When Will This All Stop?" You can watch the... more
Nov 30, 2015 This ‪#‎GivingTuesday‬, CCTV is seeking to raise $2600 to enable two additional teens to join our Youth Media Program. We won't be able to make this happen on our own -- we need friends like YOU. Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today. The Youth Media Program educates, empowers and inspires Cambridge teens to create media about who they are and the community in which they live.... more
Nov 25, 2015 This week, watch two new episodes in the Coloring Coorain series: In Sparkling in the Shadows Coorain interviews Maggie Cavallo and DEAD ART STAR, two major figures in Boston's underground scene. The pair discuss everything from #healthgoth to why they live in Boston. In Taking Time, our hero Coorain sits down with Sandrine Schaefer. Schaefer, an up and coming performance artist, talks about her... more
Nov 25, 2015 We are so very thankful to all of you who been involved with Cambridge Community Television this year. Because of your desire to learn and share your voice, or to support those who do, the Cambridge community is a more vibrant place. Each year, our cable channels feature 24,000 hours of programming in 10 languages that celebrate our city and its rich and diverse culture. We offer an extensive... more

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