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Host Anne Schweiger facilitates a discussion about the pros and cons of building a municipal broadband system for Cambridge. The guests include Dave Talbot, a fellow at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society at Harvard University, and two members of the City's Broadband Task Force, Ben Compaine, a teacher in the entrepreneurship and innovation group at Northeastern University. and Ming-Tai Huh, an entrepreneur and Product Manager at Toast Inc.Science & Technology
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CCTV’s Back Lot BBQ is scheduled for Thursday, September 22, 2016! The BBQ will feature food grilled by local chefs, live music by Zili Misik, a silent auction, and the presentation of the Leading Role Award to City Manager Richard Rossi. It all happens in CCTV's back lot at 5:30 pm at 438 Massachusetts Avenue (entrance on Green Street between Brookline Street and Sidney Street).
As always, all funds raised through this year’s BBQ will support CCTV’s year-round Youth Media Program, which fosters healthy youth development by involving teens in activities that promote media art, career and leadership skills while exploring issues affecting our community.
Are you interested in supporting this great community event? Early bird tickets available now! cctvcambridge.org/bbqNeighborhood & CommunityFundraisers$75.00Phone Number: 617 661 6900
You are invited to a screening of films produced by teens in CCTV's Youth Media Program. Prior to the start of the screening, teens will host a reception in the Karen Aqua Gallery, where their photography will be on exhibit through June 22.
6 pm- 6:30 pm: Reception in the Gallery
6:30 pm- 7:30 pm: Screening of Youth Films
About 50 Live programs are broadcast each week from our studio at 438 Mass Ave., on a diverse mixture of topics, issues, personalities, and content. Shows may involve discussion, music, videos, pictures, and/or anything else you, as producer, dream up! CCTV's Live shows take place Sundays 4:30pm - 9pm, Mondays through Thursdays 1pm - 9pm; and Fridays 1pm - 6pm. All shows are broadcast on Comcast Channel 9 in Cambridge and also stream live on our website, here. For a complete and up-to-date list of what shows you can watch when, click here.
Interested in hosting your own show? Anyone who lives in Cambridge can sign up for a slot. Click here for more info, or call or stop by the station.New CCTV Member-made videos play each week on Channel 8 Tuesdays and Sundays at 7pm, and Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays at 11am.
This week: Dolores and Evan, a project produced in CCTV's Spring 2016 Narrative Filmmaking class by Sergio Bianco, Monthyna Genece, Michelle Lu, Alain Mimran, Nick Perry, and Todd Rapisarda -- about a woman who finds herself with the chance to pocket a lot of money.
Coverage of music and bands at the most recent Boston Calling music festival -- Boston Calling Volume Two -- by David Barsir, Alec Shmitt, and Nate Cantajupo.
And Get Dumplinized, from producer Aliaksandra Ilaryonava, featuring an interview with Patty Chen, owner of the Dumpling House restaurant in Central Square.
Science How! productions by the Fairfax Network and Smithsonian Institution will play on Channel 8, 5-7pm Tuesday May 24 and Sunday May 29, and 9-11am Wednesday May 25 and Thursday May 26.
The newest episode in the series is called Astrogeology: Meteorites and Spacecraft Missions. Meet Dr. Tim McCoy, geologist at the National Museum of Natural History. Have you ever wondered how we study asteroids and other bodies in our solar system without sending spacecraft to all of them? Meteorites, pieces from space that hurtle to Earth, turn out to be great sources of information. Take a meteorite-filled journey with Tim McCoy to outer space and back in time to the formation of our solar system and learn how meteorites contain the very building blocks of life on Earth.
Other programs from the series -- Reading Ocean Fossils, The Natural History of the Cellphone, and Mummy Science -- will follow.Arts & Entertainment
Science for the Public is a grassroots nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage public understanding of, and appreciation for, science. The program aims to make accessible the best information in many areas of science and engineering and features a variety of Boston-area scientists doing presentations and interviews regarding a diversity of topics as a public service.
CCTV will be marathon-ing episodes all weekend long on Channel 9, Saturday May 21 noon till midnight, and Sunday May 22 noon-4:30 and 10pm-midnight.This weekend's lineup will include:
How the Brain Orchestrates Motion, Saturday at 12pm.
Reading the Clouds Understand Climate Change, Saturday at 1pm, Sunday at 11pm.
Mapping the Milky Way, Saturday at 3pm, Sunday at 12pm.
ADHD and the Long-Term Effects of Medications, Saturday at 4pm, Sunday at 10pm.
How Environmental Pollutants Impact Brain Development, Saturday at 8pm.
How Solar Systems Form Puzzles and Possibilities, Saturday at 11pm.
What the Public Needs to Know About Fracking, Sunday at 1pm.
These programs, and many others: Check out our full online schedule for even more titles.Arts & Entertainment
The July 2016 edition of the Cambridge Calendar features Garrett Cloer of the Longfellow House who describes how you can meet a younger General George Washington than you have come to know from the image on the one dollar bill. Mark Anastasio form the Coolidge Corner Theatre also joins us to talk about their Sounds of Silents series where you can see the classic Metropolis with a live performance of an original score by the Alloy Orchestra. We can also tell you how to ride around on your bike without any clothes, or how to attend a world wide dance party without any music, both on the same day!
The Cambridge Calendar television program pulls together details on all the events in Cambridge - so that you don't have to! We aggregate community calendars from the city government, local non-profits, universities, and community groups and present it all in a condensed 15-minute event clearinghouse program. Forget looking through local listings and websites for things to do. Let us tell it to you straight. And, by the way, our own online community calendar can tell you lots about the city and it's a great place to list your own events, too (cambridgecalendar.org).
This program is produced by staff and volunteers at Cambridge Community Television to fill the gap in Cambridge news and current affairs programming. If you would like to learn more about our other programs, visit cctvcambridge.orgNeighborhood & Community