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Narrative Still Photography

Mon, 08/11/2014 - 11:14am
Wed, 08/13/2014 - 18:00 to 21:00

Narrative photography is a collection of short stories - each picture can stand alone in it’s originality, yet grouped together collectively support a larger intent. In this class you will work on your own body of images, get an overview of the difference between telling a story with moving images versus still photography, look at examples from national geographic photojournalism to conceptual photography in the Museum of Modern Art, and most importantly, you will learn how to use the sequencing of images as a powerful tool to communicate. Students will work on a project and produce a body of work in this class. This will result in an exhibition in CCTV’s Karen Aqua Gallery in September. Instructor: Sean Foulkes

Pre-requisites: CCTV Orientation, DSLR Photography OR a portfolio review of previous DSLR work edited with basic photoshop skills

Dates:

  • Wed, 08/13/2014, 6:00 PM
  • Wed, 08/20/2014, 6:00 PM
  • Wed, 08/27/2014, 6:00 PM
  • Wed, 09/03/2014, 6:00 PM
  • Wed, 09/10/2014, 6:00 PM

All regular classes have two rates: one for Access Members and one for non-members. Advance registration is required and is accepted on a first-come basis. Early registration is advised since courses may fill up or be canceled due to low enrollment. Members with sufficient voucher balance may register over the phone (617) 661-6900; all others must provide full payment at the time of registration. Schedules are subject to change.

EducationClasses$260.00Member Cost: $70.00

Programming Highlights: Wed, Aug 6 - Tue, Aug 12, 2014

Tue, 08/05/2014 - 10:00am

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

MIT Presents: "Principles of Chemical Science"
This program provides an introduction to the chemistry of biological, inorganic, and organic molecules. The emphasis is on basic principles of atomic and molecular electronic structure, thermodynamics, acid-base and redox equilibria, chemical kinetics, and catalysis. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

NEW SERIES! - Science for the Public
Science for the Public is a grassroots nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage public understanding of, and appreciation for, science. This 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. Produced by Science For The Public.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Fridays @ 8 PM & Mondays @ 8 AM

Peace Rally & Vigil: Keep Peace in the Neighborhoods of Cambridge
The pastors and congregation of Cambridge Black Pastor's Alliance gathered at 6:30 PM on Wednesday, July 9th to pray and rally on the streets of Cambridge in the aftermath of the shooting of Area IV resident, Kensley David. The Cambridge Black Pastor Alliance says: "It is time for our community to move from a space of grief and mourning to commitment and determination that Cambridge will not become a war zone where the armies of hopelessness and purposelessness do battle on our streets." Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Fri 8 PM, Sat 5 PM & Sun 2 PM

Movie Of The Week: "His Girl Friday"
In this classic romantic comedy starring Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell, a newspaper editor uses every trick in the book to keep his ace reporter ex-wife from remarrying.
Ch. 9 - Sat 9 PM

NEW SERIES! - US Tzu Chi 360
USTzuChi360 is a program aiming to document the full scope of the American Tzu Chi experience and to encourage and empower those who watch it. It features people from many different races, religions, and experiences meeting and interacting, but its stories clearly show that love and compassion is universal. Produced by the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation.
Ch. 96 - Premiering this week: Sundays @ 8 PM & Tuesdays @ 11 AM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

NEW Local Shorts
Every week, CCTV runs new short programs in an unstoppable block of entertainment! Tune in to Ch. 8 every Sunday @ 5 PM & every Tuesday @ 6 PM for a chance to laugh, cry, learn, and be inspired! This week's NEW shorts:

  • NeighborMedia: The Beautiful Game, featuring NeighborMedia correspondent Kristina Kehrer visiting the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood in Cambridge, MA, to talk to the residents about their World Cup 2014 fever! Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Coloring Coorain: Teaching Glamour, featuring Coorain conferring with special guests Tracie Bullington and Fani Avramopoulou on becoming a teacher and on becoming glamourous, respectively. Produced by Coorain Devin.
  • Boston Pride Commercialized?, featuring Kristina Kehrer offering this unique perspective on the current state of the Boston Pride Parade and pondering whether the event has become too homogenized and commercialized. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Grandma's Toys, featuring Sulamif Belenkiy, who moved to the U.S. from Russia in 1995, showcasing her collection of toys made from wood to her granddaughter Julie Masis. Spoken in Russian with English subtitles. Produced by Julie Masis.
  • Kung Fu Alice, a short video profile featuring a performance by and interview with Boston Kung Fu martial artist and street performer Xiao Yi Chen. Spoken in Chinese with English voice-over. Produced by Simon McDonough.

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Evan Falchuk
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In each episode, the candidates gave brief remarks, followed by Q&A and discussion. In this episode, Massachusetts Treasurer Steve Grossman tells a standing room only crowd at the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service at Suffolk Law School that he hopes to "be in the solutions business as governor." Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Sun 8 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Mark Fisher
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In this episode, Democrat Juliette Kayyem says decriminalization of marijuana “has been important” to the criminal justice system and should be considered for other drugs to reduce the prison population and related costs, and she defends her experience with state and federal homeland security agencies by saying: “I don’t believe in luck. I believe in preparedness.” Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Sun 9:30 PM

Cambridge Pride Brunch 2014
The 2014 Annual Pride Brunch which took place on Saturday, June 8, 2014, at Cambridge City Hall and featured remarks by prominent Ugandan GLBT activist John Abdullah Wambere. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Fri 6 PM, Sat 4 PM & Sun 1 PM

Highlight Hours with Gabriele: Love is the Fount of Health
A video meditation featuring soothing music, nature scenes, and loving thoughts for a positive, happy, and light-filled day. Produced by Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 4 PM, Thu 8:30 PM, Fri 8 AM, Sat 3 PM, Sun 10 PM, Mon 11 PM & Tue 8:30 PM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the Live stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment

Programming Highlights: Wed, Aug 6 - Tue, Aug 12, 2014

Tue, 08/05/2014 - 10:00am

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

MIT Presents: "Principles of Chemical Science"
This program provides an introduction to the chemistry of biological, inorganic, and organic molecules. The emphasis is on basic principles of atomic and molecular electronic structure, thermodynamics, acid-base and redox equilibria, chemical kinetics, and catalysis. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

NEW SERIES! - Science for the Public
Science for the Public is a grassroots nonprofit organization whose mission is to encourage public understanding of, and appreciation for, science. This 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. Produced by Science For The Public.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Fridays @ 8 PM & Mondays @ 8 AM

Peace Rally & Vigil: Keep Peace in the Neighborhoods of Cambridge
The pastors and congregation of Cambridge Black Pastor's Alliance gathered at 6:30 PM on Wednesday, July 9th to pray and rally on the streets of Cambridge in the aftermath of the shooting of Area IV resident, Kensley David. The Cambridge Black Pastor Alliance says: "It is time for our community to move from a space of grief and mourning to commitment and determination that Cambridge will not become a war zone where the armies of hopelessness and purposelessness do battle on our streets." Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Fri 8 PM, Sat 5 PM & Sun 2 PM

Movie Of The Week: "His Girl Friday"
In this classic romantic comedy starring Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell, a newspaper editor uses every trick in the book to keep his ace reporter ex-wife from remarrying.
Ch. 9 - Sat 9 PM

NEW SERIES! - US Tzu Chi 360
USTzuChi360 is a program aiming to document the full scope of the American Tzu Chi experience and to encourage and empower those who watch it. It features people from many different races, religions, and experiences meeting and interacting, but its stories clearly show that love and compassion is universal. Produced by the Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation.
Ch. 96 - Premiering this week: Sundays @ 8 PM & Tuesdays @ 11 AM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

NEW Local Shorts
Every week, CCTV runs new short programs in an unstoppable block of entertainment! Tune in to Ch. 8 every Sunday @ 5 PM & every Tuesday @ 6 PM for a chance to laugh, cry, learn, and be inspired! This week's NEW shorts:

  • NeighborMedia: The Beautiful Game, featuring NeighborMedia correspondent Kristina Kehrer visiting the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood in Cambridge, MA, to talk to the residents about their World Cup 2014 fever! Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Coloring Coorain: Teaching Glamour, featuring Coorain conferring with special guests Tracie Bullington and Fani Avramopoulou on becoming a teacher and on becoming glamourous, respectively. Produced by Coorain Devin.
  • Boston Pride Commercialized?, featuring Kristina Kehrer offering this unique perspective on the current state of the Boston Pride Parade and pondering whether the event has become too homogenized and commercialized. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Grandma's Toys, featuring Sulamif Belenkiy, who moved to the U.S. from Russia in 1995, showcasing her collection of toys made from wood to her granddaughter Julie Masis. Spoken in Russian with English subtitles. Produced by Julie Masis.
  • Kung Fu Alice, a short video profile featuring a performance by and interview with Boston Kung Fu martial artist and street performer Xiao Yi Chen. Spoken in Chinese with English voice-over. Produced by Simon McDonough.

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Evan Falchuk
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In each episode, the candidates gave brief remarks, followed by Q&A and discussion. In this episode, Massachusetts Treasurer Steve Grossman tells a standing room only crowd at the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service at Suffolk Law School that he hopes to "be in the solutions business as governor." Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Sun 8 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Mark Fisher
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In this episode, Democrat Juliette Kayyem says decriminalization of marijuana “has been important” to the criminal justice system and should be considered for other drugs to reduce the prison population and related costs, and she defends her experience with state and federal homeland security agencies by saying: “I don’t believe in luck. I believe in preparedness.” Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Sun 9:30 PM

Cambridge Pride Brunch 2014
The 2014 Annual Pride Brunch which took place on Saturday, June 8, 2014, at Cambridge City Hall and featured remarks by prominent Ugandan GLBT activist John Abdullah Wambere. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Fri 6 PM, Sat 4 PM & Sun 1 PM

Highlight Hours with Gabriele: Love is the Fount of Health
A video meditation featuring soothing music, nature scenes, and loving thoughts for a positive, happy, and light-filled day. Produced by Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 4 PM, Thu 8:30 PM, Fri 8 AM, Sat 3 PM, Sun 10 PM, Mon 11 PM & Tue 8:30 PM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the Live stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment

Programming Highlights: Wed, Jul 30 - Tue, Aug 5, 2014

Tue, 07/29/2014 - 11:00am

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

NEW Local Shorts
Every week, CCTV runs new short programs in an unstoppable block of entertainment! Tune in to Ch. 8 every Sunday @ 5 PM & every Tuesday @ 6 PM for a chance to laugh, cry, learn, and be inspired! This week's NEW shorts:

  • NeighborMedia: The Beautiful Game, featuring NeighborMedia correspondent Kristina Kehrer visiting the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood in Cambridge, MA, to talk to the residents about their World Cup 2014 fever! Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Coloring Coorain: Teaching Glamour, featuring Coorain conferring with special guests Tracie Bullington and Fani Avramopoulou on becoming a teacher and on becoming glamourous, respectively. Produced by Coorain Devin.
  • Boston Pride Commercialized?, featuring Kristina Kehrer offering this unique perspective on the current state of the Boston Pride Parade and pondering whether the event has become too homogenized and commercialized. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Grandma's Toys, featuring Sulamif Belenkiy, who moved to the U.S. from Russia in 1995, showcasing her collection of toys made from wood to her granddaughter Julie Masis. Spoken in Russian with English subtitles. Produced by Julie Masis.
  • Kung Fu Alice, a short video profile featuring a performance by and interview with Boston Kung Fu martial artist and street performer Xiao Yi Chen. Spoken in Chinese with English voice-over. Produced by Simon McDonough.

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Evan Falchuk
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In each episode, the candidates gave brief remarks, followed by Q&A and discussion. In this episode, Massachusetts Treasurer Steve Grossman tells a standing room only crowd at the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service at Suffolk Law School that he hopes to "be in the solutions business as governor." Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 8 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Mark Fisher
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In this episode, Democrat Juliette Kayyem says decriminalization of marijuana “has been important” to the criminal justice system and should be considered for other drugs to reduce the prison population and related costs, and she defends her experience with state and federal homeland security agencies by saying: “I don’t believe in luck. I believe in preparedness.” Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 9:30 PM

Cambridge Pride Brunch 2014
The 2014 Annual Pride Brunch which took place on Saturday, June 8, 2014, at Cambridge City Hall and featured remarks by prominent Ugandan GLBT activist John Abdullah Wambere. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Fri 6 PM, Sat 4 PM & Sun 1 PM

Movie Of The Week: "Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon"
In this classic crime drama starring Basil Rathbone as the infamous British detective, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson must protect a Swiss inventor of an advanced bomb sight from falling into German hands.
Ch. 9 - Sat 9 PM

Highlight Hours with Gabriele: Love is the Fount of Health
A video meditation featuring soothing music, nature scenes, and loving thoughts for a positive, happy, and light-filled day. Produced by Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Premiering this week: Sat 3 PM, Sun 8 PM, Mon 11 PM & Tue 9:30 AM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

MIT Presents: "Systemic Risk" Panel Discussion
A panel discussion about systemic risk which is, in layman's terms, the collapse of an entire financial system or entire market, as opposed to risk associated with any one individual entity, group or component of a system, that can be contained therein without harming the entire system. Moderated by Deborah Lucas of the MIT Sloan School of Management. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

Primetime! Presents: School Shoes
The final project of CCTV's spring 2014 Primetime! Beginning Studio Production class featuring a Live musical performance by the dream pop group School Shoes followed by an interview with lead singer Ty Ueda. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 11 PM, Thu 9 AM, Fri 10:30 AM, Sat 3 PM, Sun 6 PM, Mon 10 AM & Tue 5 PM

Sustainability Move
A video profile of the Boston Area Solar Energy Association featuring interviews with board members and a discussion of their programs and activities. Produced by George Corbin.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 11:30 PM, Thu 9:30 AM, Fri 9:30 PM, Sat 3:30 PM, Sun 6:30 PM, Mon 10:30 AM & Tue 5:30 PM

"The Illest" Music Video (EXPLICIT)
A music video for the song "The Illest" by local hip-hop artist Luck Money. Viewer discretion advised. Produced by Remi Jones.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 3 AM, Thu 1 AM, Fri 12 AM, Sun 2 AM & Mon 12 AM

Rabindra Jainti 2014
A celebration, featuring speakers and musical performers, of the birthday and life of Nobel Prize-winning author Rabindranath Tagore. Produced by Bishawjit Saha.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 10 AM, Thu 2 PM, Fri 8 AM, Sat 5 PM, Mon 8 PM & Tue 4 PM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the Live stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment

Programming Highlights: Wed, Jul 30 - Tue, Aug 5, 2014

Tue, 07/29/2014 - 11:00am

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

NEW Local Shorts
Every week, CCTV runs new short programs in an unstoppable block of entertainment! Tune in to Ch. 8 every Sunday @ 5 PM & every Tuesday @ 6 PM for a chance to laugh, cry, learn, and be inspired! This week's NEW shorts:

  • NeighborMedia: The Beautiful Game, featuring NeighborMedia correspondent Kristina Kehrer visiting the Wellington-Harrington neighborhood in Cambridge, MA, to talk to the residents about their World Cup 2014 fever! Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Coloring Coorain: Teaching Glamour, featuring Coorain conferring with special guests Tracie Bullington and Fani Avramopoulou on becoming a teacher and on becoming glamourous, respectively. Produced by Coorain Devin.
  • Boston Pride Commercialized?, featuring Kristina Kehrer offering this unique perspective on the current state of the Boston Pride Parade and pondering whether the event has become too homogenized and commercialized. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Grandma's Toys, featuring Sulamif Belenkiy, who moved to the U.S. from Russia in 1995, showcasing her collection of toys made from wood to her granddaughter Julie Masis. Spoken in Russian with English subtitles. Produced by Julie Masis.
  • Kung Fu Alice, a short video profile featuring a performance by and interview with Boston Kung Fu martial artist and street performer Xiao Yi Chen. Spoken in Chinese with English voice-over. Produced by Simon McDonough.

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Evan Falchuk
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In each episode, the candidates gave brief remarks, followed by Q&A and discussion. In this episode, Massachusetts Treasurer Steve Grossman tells a standing room only crowd at the Rappaport Center for Law and Public Service at Suffolk Law School that he hopes to "be in the solutions business as governor." Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 8 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Mark Fisher
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In this episode, Democrat Juliette Kayyem says decriminalization of marijuana “has been important” to the criminal justice system and should be considered for other drugs to reduce the prison population and related costs, and she defends her experience with state and federal homeland security agencies by saying: “I don’t believe in luck. I believe in preparedness.” Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 9:30 PM

Cambridge Pride Brunch 2014
The 2014 Annual Pride Brunch which took place on Saturday, June 8, 2014, at Cambridge City Hall and featured remarks by prominent Ugandan GLBT activist John Abdullah Wambere. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Fri 6 PM, Sat 4 PM & Sun 1 PM

Movie Of The Week: "Sherlock Holmes and the Secret Weapon"
In this classic crime drama starring Basil Rathbone as the infamous British detective, Sherlock Holmes and Doctor Watson must protect a Swiss inventor of an advanced bomb sight from falling into German hands.
Ch. 9 - Sat 9 PM

Highlight Hours with Gabriele: Love is the Fount of Health
A video meditation featuring soothing music, nature scenes, and loving thoughts for a positive, happy, and light-filled day. Produced by Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Premiering this week: Sat 3 PM, Sun 8 PM, Mon 11 PM & Tue 9:30 AM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

MIT Presents: "Systemic Risk" Panel Discussion
A panel discussion about systemic risk which is, in layman's terms, the collapse of an entire financial system or entire market, as opposed to risk associated with any one individual entity, group or component of a system, that can be contained therein without harming the entire system. Moderated by Deborah Lucas of the MIT Sloan School of Management. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

Primetime! Presents: School Shoes
The final project of CCTV's spring 2014 Primetime! Beginning Studio Production class featuring a Live musical performance by the dream pop group School Shoes followed by an interview with lead singer Ty Ueda. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 11 PM, Thu 9 AM, Fri 10:30 AM, Sat 3 PM, Sun 6 PM, Mon 10 AM & Tue 5 PM

Sustainability Move
A video profile of the Boston Area Solar Energy Association featuring interviews with board members and a discussion of their programs and activities. Produced by George Corbin.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 11:30 PM, Thu 9:30 AM, Fri 9:30 PM, Sat 3:30 PM, Sun 6:30 PM, Mon 10:30 AM & Tue 5:30 PM

"The Illest" Music Video (EXPLICIT)
A music video for the song "The Illest" by local hip-hop artist Luck Money. Viewer discretion advised. Produced by Remi Jones.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 3 AM, Thu 1 AM, Fri 12 AM, Sun 2 AM & Mon 12 AM

Rabindra Jainti 2014
A celebration, featuring speakers and musical performers, of the birthday and life of Nobel Prize-winning author Rabindranath Tagore. Produced by Bishawjit Saha.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 10 AM, Thu 2 PM, Fri 8 AM, Sat 5 PM, Mon 8 PM & Tue 4 PM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the Live stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment

Christopher Bavitz to Receive CCTV's Leading Role Award at the Back Lot BBQ!

Sun, 07/27/2014 - 5:11pm

Christopher Bavitz, Managing Director of the Cyberlaw Clinic at Harvard's Berkman Center for Internet & Society, and Clinical Professor of Law at Harvard Law School, will receive CCTV's Leading Role Award at the Back Lot BBQ on Thursday, September 18. The award honors people who work tirelessly behind the scenes to make our community a better place. Through his work at the Berkman Center and beyond, Chris focuses on media law, copyright, and speech, ensuring that the rights of CCTV's many constituencies are protected.

Chris, and Cambridge residents and news commentators Jim Braude and Callie Crossley, will be inducted onto CCTV's Honorary Board. Jim is host of Broadside: The News with with Jim Braude on NECN and co-hosts Boston Public Radio on WGBH with Marjery Eagan. Callie hosts Under the Radar with Callie Crossley, also on WGBH.

CCTV is excited and honored to be joined by such accomplished professionals, who will help guide us into the future. Share in the celebration at the Back Lot BBQ! Buy tickets here.

Neighborhood & Community

BRAND NEW CLASSES THIS WEEK AT CCTV!

Sun, 07/27/2014 - 1:42pm

BRAND NEW CLASSES THIS WEEK!
Take advantage of some of these fantastic opportunities - you don't want to miss them!

"Story Construction 101" - single session on Sunday, July 27th at 6PM
"Basics of Creative Sound" - starts Monday, July 28th
"Digital Video Profiles" starts Tuesday, July 29th
"Studio Character Generator: Inscriber" - starts Wednesday, July 30th (FREE for Access Members who have taken Primetime)
"Pocket Filmmaking 101" - starts Thursday, July 31

FEATURING:
Digital Video Profiles

Check out some of Instructor Richard Hawke’s digital video profiles here: http://play.hawke.tv/videos

This class is intended to guide students through the process of making a short video profile. The class will concentrate on profiling people, starting with an interview and then complementing it with “b-roll” footage. Students will learn interview, lighting, and composition techniques. They will also learn how to edit an interview to tell the subjects story, utilizing methods of storytelling. This technique has wide use from commercial / promotional and or “about us” statements to documentary shorts and family stories. This class is a project based class (meaning you will produce a short video by the end of the class). Instructor: Richard Hawke

All behind-the-scenes images on right are from Instructor Richard Hawke's digital video profile shoots.

Education

BRAND NEW CLASSES THIS WEEK AT CCTV!

Sun, 07/27/2014 - 1:42pm

BRAND NEW CLASSES THIS WEEK!
Take advantage of some of these fantastic opportunities - you don't want to miss them!

"Story Construction 101" - single session on Sunday, July 27th at 6PM
"Basics of Creative Sound" - starts Monday, July 28th
"Digital Video Profiles" starts Tuesday, July 29th
"Studio Character Generator: Inscriber" - starts Wednesday, July 30th (FREE for Access Members who have taken Primetime)
"Pocket Filmmaking 101" - starts Thursday, July 31

FEATURING:
Digital Video Profiles

Check out some of Instructor Richard Hawke’s digital video profiles here: http://play.hawke.tv/videos

This class is intended to guide students through the process of making a short video profile. The class will concentrate on profiling people, starting with an interview and then complementing it with “b-roll” footage. Students will learn interview, lighting, and composition techniques. They will also learn how to edit an interview to tell the subjects story, utilizing methods of storytelling. This technique has wide use from commercial / promotional and or “about us” statements to documentary shorts and family stories. This class is a project based class (meaning you will produce a short video by the end of the class). Instructor: Richard Hawke

All behind-the-scenes images on right are from Instructor Richard Hawke's digital video profile shoots.

Education

Programming Highlights: Wed, Jul 23 - Tue, Jul 29, 2014

Tue, 07/22/2014 - 10:46am

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

MIT Presents: "Systemic Risk" Panel Discussion
A panel discussion about systemic risk which is, in layman's terms, the collapse of an entire financial system or entire market, as opposed to risk associated with any one individual entity, group or component of a system, that can be contained therein without harming the entire system. Moderated by Deborah Lucas of the MIT Sloan School of Management. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

Primetime! Presents: School Shoes
The final project of CCTV's spring 2014 Primetime! Beginning Studio Production class featuring a Live musical performance by the dream pop group School Shoes followed by an interview with lead singer Ty Ueda. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sat 3 PM, Sun 6 PM, Mon 10 AM & Tue 5 PM

Sustainability Move
A video profile of the Boston Area Solar Energy Association featuring interviews with board members and a discussion of their programs and activities. Produced by George Corbin.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sat 3:30 PM, Sun 6:30 PM, Mon 10:30 AM & Tue 5:30 PM

"The Illest" Music Video (EXPLICIT)
A music video for the song "The Illest" by local hip-hop artist Luck Money. Viewer discretion advised. Produced by Remi Jones.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 2 AM & Mon 12 AM

NEW Local Shorts
Every week, CCTV runs new short programs in an unstoppable block of entertainment! Tune in to Ch. 8 every Sunday @ 5 PM & every Tuesday @ 6 PM for a chance to laugh, cry, learn, and be inspired! This week's NEW shorts:

  • Boston Pride Commercialized?, featuring Kristina Kehrer offering this unique perspective on the current state of the Boston Pride Parade and pondering whether the event has become too homogenized and commercialized. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Grandma's Toys, featuring Sulamif Belenkiy, who moved to the U.S. from Russia in 1995, showcasing her collection of toys made from wood to her granddaughter Julie Masis. Spoken in Russian with English subtitles. Produced by Julie Masis.
  • Kung Fu Alice, a short video profile featuring a performance by and interview with Boston Kung Fu martial artist and street performer Xiao Yi Chen. Spoken in Chinese with English voice-over. Produced by Simon McDonough.

Movie Of The Week: "Lady Says No"
After a woman writes a best-selling book for women warning them about the "dangers" of men, a handsome photographer for a national magazine arrives in her town to do a feature story on her and charming complications ensue in this classic romantic comedy starring Joan Caulfield and David Niven.
Ch. 9 - Sat 9 PM

Rabindra Jainti 2014
A celebration, featuring speakers and musical performers, of the birthday and life of Nobel Prize-winning author Rabindranath Tagore. Produced by Bishawjit Saha.
Ch. 96 - Premiering this week: Sat 5 PM, Mon 8 PM & Tue 4 PM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

NeighborMedia: Supreme Court VS Affirmative Action
CCTV intern David Barsir interviews passers-by about the April 28, 2014, Supreme Court decision to uphold the Michigan voters' ban on affirmative action at the University of Michigan, all public schools, and contract hiring. Produced by Christian Herold.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 2:30 PM, Thu 11:30 AM, Fri 1 PM, Sat 6 PM, Sun 7:30 PM, Mon 8:30 AM & Tue 9:30 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Evan Falchuk
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In each episode, the candidates gave brief remarks, followed by Q&A and discussion. In this episode, United Independent Party candidate Evan Falchuk pledges “smart, brave reform” on issues including health care, fiscal policy, taxes, education and campaign finance if elected to the corner office. Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Sun 8 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Mark Fisher
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In this episode, Tea Party candidate Mark Fisher says he is a "full platform Republican without apology" along the lines of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Sun 9 PM

The Hip-Hop Transformation 2014
The Hip Hop Transformation is a new program for teens ages 14-18, offered by the Cambridge Community Center in partnership with the Cambridge Police Department, that teaches them the history of hip-hop, the role hip-hop plays in society, and the skills needed to write, record, and perform original music. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Sat 7 PM, Sun 9 PM & Tue 10 AM

NEW SERIES! - BeLive: Not for Nothin'
In this new weekly series, host Susan Fleischmann returns to BeLive to discuss issues relevant to Cambridge Community Television and interview individuals involved with non-profit and community-based organizations in and around Cambridge. Produced by Susan Fleischmann.
Ch. 9 - Showing weekly: Mondays @ 4:30 PM

Africa: Reportajes de la Tierra de la Paz
Ayuda para las personas, la naturaleza, y los animales en Africa. Esperanza para niños huérfanas. Foco sobre las aves. Producido por Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Mostrando esta semana: Wed 8:30 PM, Thu 4:30 PM, Fri 3:30 PM, Sat 3 PM, Sun 8 PM, Mon 9:30 AM & Tue 11:30 PM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the Live stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment

Programming Highlights: Wed, Jul 23 - Tue, Jul 29, 2014

Tue, 07/22/2014 - 10:46am

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

MIT Presents: "Systemic Risk" Panel Discussion
A panel discussion about systemic risk which is, in layman's terms, the collapse of an entire financial system or entire market, as opposed to risk associated with any one individual entity, group or component of a system, that can be contained therein without harming the entire system. Moderated by Deborah Lucas of the MIT Sloan School of Management. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

Primetime! Presents: School Shoes
The final project of CCTV's spring 2014 Primetime! Beginning Studio Production class featuring a Live musical performance by the dream pop group School Shoes followed by an interview with lead singer Ty Ueda. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sat 3 PM, Sun 6 PM, Mon 10 AM & Tue 5 PM

Sustainability Move
A video profile of the Boston Area Solar Energy Association featuring interviews with board members and a discussion of their programs and activities. Produced by George Corbin.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sat 3:30 PM, Sun 6:30 PM, Mon 10:30 AM & Tue 5:30 PM

"The Illest" Music Video (EXPLICIT)
A music video for the song "The Illest" by local hip-hop artist Luck Money. Viewer discretion advised. Produced by Remi Jones.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 2 AM & Mon 12 AM

NEW Local Shorts
Every week, CCTV runs new short programs in an unstoppable block of entertainment! Tune in to Ch. 8 every Sunday @ 5 PM & every Tuesday @ 6 PM for a chance to laugh, cry, learn, and be inspired! This week's NEW shorts:

  • Boston Pride Commercialized?, featuring Kristina Kehrer offering this unique perspective on the current state of the Boston Pride Parade and pondering whether the event has become too homogenized and commercialized. Produced by Kristina Kehrer.
  • Grandma's Toys, featuring Sulamif Belenkiy, who moved to the U.S. from Russia in 1995, showcasing her collection of toys made from wood to her granddaughter Julie Masis. Spoken in Russian with English subtitles. Produced by Julie Masis.
  • Kung Fu Alice, a short video profile featuring a performance by and interview with Boston Kung Fu martial artist and street performer Xiao Yi Chen. Spoken in Chinese with English voice-over. Produced by Simon McDonough.

Movie Of The Week: "Lady Says No"
After a woman writes a best-selling book for women warning them about the "dangers" of men, a handsome photographer for a national magazine arrives in her town to do a feature story on her and charming complications ensue in this classic romantic comedy starring Joan Caulfield and David Niven.
Ch. 9 - Sat 9 PM

Rabindra Jainti 2014
A celebration, featuring speakers and musical performers, of the birthday and life of Nobel Prize-winning author Rabindranath Tagore. Produced by Bishawjit Saha.
Ch. 96 - Premiering this week: Sat 5 PM, Mon 8 PM & Tue 4 PM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

NeighborMedia: Supreme Court VS Affirmative Action
CCTV intern David Barsir interviews passers-by about the April 28, 2014, Supreme Court decision to uphold the Michigan voters' ban on affirmative action at the University of Michigan, all public schools, and contract hiring. Produced by Christian Herold.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Wed 2:30 PM, Thu 11:30 AM, Fri 1 PM, Sat 6 PM, Sun 7:30 PM, Mon 8:30 AM & Tue 9:30 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Evan Falchuk
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In each episode, the candidates gave brief remarks, followed by Q&A and discussion. In this episode, United Independent Party candidate Evan Falchuk pledges “smart, brave reform” on issues including health care, fiscal policy, taxes, education and campaign finance if elected to the corner office. Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Sun 8 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Mark Fisher
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In this episode, Tea Party candidate Mark Fisher says he is a "full platform Republican without apology" along the lines of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Sun 9 PM

The Hip-Hop Transformation 2014
The Hip Hop Transformation is a new program for teens ages 14-18, offered by the Cambridge Community Center in partnership with the Cambridge Police Department, that teaches them the history of hip-hop, the role hip-hop plays in society, and the skills needed to write, record, and perform original music. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Sat 7 PM, Sun 9 PM & Tue 10 AM

NEW SERIES! - BeLive: Not for Nothin'
In this new weekly series, host Susan Fleischmann returns to BeLive to discuss issues relevant to Cambridge Community Television and interview individuals involved with non-profit and community-based organizations in and around Cambridge. Produced by Susan Fleischmann.
Ch. 9 - Showing weekly: Mondays @ 4:30 PM

Africa: Reportajes de la Tierra de la Paz
Ayuda para las personas, la naturaleza, y los animales en Africa. Esperanza para niños huérfanas. Foco sobre las aves. Producido por Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Mostrando esta semana: Wed 8:30 PM, Thu 4:30 PM, Fri 3:30 PM, Sat 3 PM, Sun 8 PM, Mon 9:30 AM & Tue 11:30 PM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the Live stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment

Check out this video recently produced in CCTV’s “Documentary Production: Zip Docs” class!

Sun, 07/20/2014 - 1:48pm

Check out this video recently produced in CCTV’s “Documentary Production: Zip Docs” class! You too can learn to conceptualize and produce your own videos at CCTV!

Check out this video produced by CCTV's Spring 2014 "Documentary Production: Zip Docs” class taught by Jennifer Kelley! Student producers of this project are: Veronica Barron, LaNae Bennett, Cristina Camara, Maureen Glynn, Dianna Ploss, Sarah Rejouis, and Alec Schmitt

Check out our current class listing if you are interested in learning how to create your own videos!
CCTV offers a wide array of classes to assist you in becoming the best producer you can be! Whether you are you are picking up a camera for the first time, or are a seasoned producer, - there is something for everyone! “I really enjoyed the class. It was hands-on and we could be creative in our video shots and learn from each other”, said a recent student in the CCTV “DSLR Video” class.

If you are interested in signing up for our next “Zip Docs” class, it starts on Tuesday, September 23rd!

Please contact Allison if you have questions or suggestions for classes at allison@cctvcambridge.org or 617-401-4009.

Education

Check out this video recently produced in CCTV’s “Documentary Production: Zip Docs” class!

Sun, 07/20/2014 - 1:48pm

Check out this video recently produced in CCTV’s “Documentary Production: Zip Docs” class! You too can learn to conceptualize and produce your own videos at CCTV!

Check out this video produced by CCTV's Spring 2014 "Documentary Production: Zip Docs” class taught by Jennifer Kelley! Student producers of this project are: Veronica Barron, LaNae Bennett, Cristina Camara, Maureen Glynn, Dianna Ploss, Sarah Rejouis, and Alec Schmitt

Check out our current class listing if you are interested in learning how to create your own videos!
CCTV offers a wide array of classes to assist you in becoming the best producer you can be! Whether you are you are picking up a camera for the first time, or are a seasoned producer, - there is something for everyone! “I really enjoyed the class. It was hands-on and we could be creative in our video shots and learn from each other”, said a recent student in the CCTV “DSLR Video” class.

If you are interested in signing up for our next “Zip Docs” class, it starts on Tuesday, September 23rd!

Please contact Allison if you have questions or suggestions for classes at allison@cctvcambridge.org or 617-401-4009.

Education

Summer Learning

Wed, 07/16/2014 - 12:44pm

CCTV member Indu Kadambi recently completed her very first video project and stated, “I love what CCTV does, and it’s definitely a community resource – to pursue interests, to connect with people, and to learn about and give back to the community. Try the different classes, there’s so much to learn here.”

Welcome to Summer! What a great time to learn some new skills or get that project you’ve been dreaming about off the ground! Whether you are ready to pick up a camera for this first time, or like Indu you are prepared to start on your next video, or you are looking for new skills and ideas, please don’t miss the fantastic educational opportunities coming up in July! There is no better time than the present!

First of all, you have not taken Field Camera I (Sun, 7/13) or Edit I: Beginning Final Cut Pro X (starts Mon, 7/14), take them next week! Summer is the perfect time to get started. These are media fundamentals that are great to have under your belt, gain you access to CCTV’s cameras and edit suites, and are requirements for a lot of the more advanced classes. Edit II: Intermediate Final Cut Pro X (starts Sun, 7/20), is a great follow up to Edit I and is only offered once every quarter - it starts Sunday, July 20th and it will not be offered again this summer.

This month, for production classes we have a couple of brand new classes! Digital Video Profiles (starts Tues, 7/29), is a class which focuses on profiling people and creating a short video profile piece. Video profiles are currently a very popular way to advertise an organization, an individual, or an idea. Taught by professional filmmaker and producer Richard Hawke (who has done several video profiles for MIT), this class will teach you how to effectively use b-roll, interview, lighting, composition, and storytelling strategies. Also starting in July is Basics of Creative Sound (starts Mon 7/28), a class which assumes you have some audio experience but want to learn how to use audio creatively in design and storytelling. You will create a short piece in the class using text, music, effects, and atmosphere. This is a great way to start thinking about audio in new ways - from sound art to podcasts!

Story Construction 101 is a single session class offered on Sunday 7/27 that will teach you the fundamentals of narrative structure - what makes a story compelling and what creates great drama? It's the perfect class for thinking about how to put together your next project. Internet Security and Privacy (Wed, 7/23) is a class that has specifically been requested by our members - it will teach you how to safeguard your identity online - it really is incredibly useful information for everyone.

If you are interested in learning how to create cool animations and motion graphics in the large CCTV studio, Character Generator: Inscriber starts on Wednesday 7/30 and is a great way to get experience with this fundamental component of studio production. This class will be offered FREE to CCTV access members who have taken Primetime for a limited time only!!! - so take advantage now! Make your next studio production look truly professional!

We also have another fun new class called Pocket Filmmaking 101 starting on Thursday, 7/31 - this class will teach you how to use nothing but your smart phone or tablet - and a laptop - to create sophisticated looking videos. It starts from the premise that the “best camera” is the camera you already have on you.

We also have many more classes starting in August including (but not limited to): Narrative Still Photography, Making the Parody for Film and TV, Multimedia Reporting: How Best to Package Your Story, and much more!

For additional information, please visit our learn page!

If you have questions about any of these classes, or classes in general, please feel free to contact Allison at 617-401-4009 or allison@cctvcambridge.org or call the front desk at 617-661-6900 or stop on by during our hours of operation!

Education

Programming Highlights: Wed, Jul 16 - Tue, Jul 22, 2014

Tue, 07/15/2014 - 1:37pm

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

NeighborMedia: Supreme Court VS Affirmative Action
CCTV intern David Barsir interviews passers-by about the April 28, 2014, Supreme Court decision to uphold the Michigan voters' ban on affirmative action at the University of Michigan, all public schools, and contract hiring. Produced by Christian Herold.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sat 6 PM, Sun 7:30 PM, Mon 8:30 AM & Tue 9:30 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Evan Falchuk
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In each episode, the candidates gave brief remarks, followed by Q&A and discussion. In this episode, United Independent Party candidate Evan Falchuk pledges “smart, brave reform” on issues including health care, fiscal policy, taxes, education and campaign finance if elected to the corner office. Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 8 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Mark Fisher
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In this episode, Tea Party candidate Mark Fisher says he is a "full platform Republican without apology" along the lines of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 9 PM

The Hip-Hop Transformation 2014
The Hip Hop Transformation is a new program for teens ages 14-18, offered by the Cambridge Community Center in partnership with the Cambridge Police Department, that teaches them the history of hip-hop, the role hip-hop plays in society, and the skills needed to write, record, and perform original music. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Sat 7 PM, Sun 9 PM & Tue 10 AM

Movie Of The Week: "Fatal Hour"
In this classic crime thriller starring Boris Karloff, when Captain Street's best friend Dan O'Grady is murdered, Street enlists the help of Chinese detective James Lee Wong. Mr. Wong uncovers a smuggling ring on the waterfront of San Francisco and unmasks the killer, though not until several more murders occur.
Ch. 9 - Sat 9 PM

NEW SERIES! - BeLive: Not for Nothin'
In this new weekly series, host Susan Fleischmann returns to BeLive to discuss issues relevant to Cambridge Community Television and interview individuals involved with non-profit and community-based organizations in and around Cambridge. Produced by Susan Fleischmann.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Monday @ 4:30 PM and will air weekly

Africa: Reportajes de la Tierra de la Paz
Ayuda para las personas, la naturaleza, y los animales en Africa. Esperanza para niños huérfanas. Foco sobre las aves. Producido por Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Que se estrena esta semana: Sat 3 PM, Sun 8 PM, Mon 9:30 AM & Tue 11:30 PM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

MIT Presents: "Advanced Urbanism & Energy"
More than half the world’s energy supply is consumed in cities. Advanced urbanism offers new paradigms for increased efficiency through mixed-use buildings, hybrid densities, smart infrastructure, and innovative transportation systems, but transforming today’s cities will require a massive coordination of efforts reliant on existing resources while driving a global transition towards reliance on sustainable resources. Defining a vision for a new urban energy future poses an equal challenge for designers, planners, policy makers and engineers to develop the forms, technologies and metrics that will help to realize it. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

StoryStream: Cambridge Riverfest 2014
Various individuals, groups, and organizations come together to share stories, ideas, arts, and cultures at this fun and engaging annual event in Cambridge. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Fri 7 PM, Sat 5 PM & Sun 2:30 PM

A Close Look: Child Abusers in the Vatican Church
A group panel discussion regarding the ongoing issue of child sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic church, and the dark cover-up of it at the Vatican level. Produced by Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 4 PM, Thu 9 AM, Fri 8 AM, Sat 5 PM, Mon 8 PM & Tue 1 PM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the Live stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment

Programming Highlights: Wed, Jul 16 - Tue, Jul 22, 2014

Tue, 07/15/2014 - 1:37pm

CCTV publishes weekly Programming Highlights to promote new material produced or sponsored by local members and Cambridge residents. Please visit our Television Schedule for the most updated info!

DEBUTING THIS WEEK ON CCTV!

NeighborMedia: Supreme Court VS Affirmative Action
CCTV intern David Barsir interviews passers-by about the April 28, 2014, Supreme Court decision to uphold the Michigan voters' ban on affirmative action at the University of Michigan, all public schools, and contract hiring. Produced by Christian Herold.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sat 6 PM, Sun 7:30 PM, Mon 8:30 AM & Tue 9:30 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Evan Falchuk
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In each episode, the candidates gave brief remarks, followed by Q&A and discussion. In this episode, United Independent Party candidate Evan Falchuk pledges “smart, brave reform” on issues including health care, fiscal policy, taxes, education and campaign finance if elected to the corner office. Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 8 PM

MA Gubernational Roundtable 2014: Mark Fisher
From January through March, Suffolk University's Rappaport Center held roundtables with each of the nine declared candidates in the 2014 Massachusetts gubernatorial race. In this episode, Tea Party candidate Mark Fisher says he is a "full platform Republican without apology" along the lines of Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie. Produced by Suffolk University.
Ch. 8 - Premiering this week: Sun 9 PM

The Hip-Hop Transformation 2014
The Hip Hop Transformation is a new program for teens ages 14-18, offered by the Cambridge Community Center in partnership with the Cambridge Police Department, that teaches them the history of hip-hop, the role hip-hop plays in society, and the skills needed to write, record, and perform original music. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Sat 7 PM, Sun 9 PM & Tue 10 AM

Movie Of The Week: "Fatal Hour"
In this classic crime thriller starring Boris Karloff, when Captain Street's best friend Dan O'Grady is murdered, Street enlists the help of Chinese detective James Lee Wong. Mr. Wong uncovers a smuggling ring on the waterfront of San Francisco and unmasks the killer, though not until several more murders occur.
Ch. 9 - Sat 9 PM

NEW SERIES! - BeLive: Not for Nothin'
In this new weekly series, host Susan Fleischmann returns to BeLive to discuss issues relevant to Cambridge Community Television and interview individuals involved with non-profit and community-based organizations in and around Cambridge. Produced by Susan Fleischmann.
Ch. 9 - Premiering this week: Monday @ 4:30 PM and will air weekly

Africa: Reportajes de la Tierra de la Paz
Ayuda para las personas, la naturaleza, y los animales en Africa. Esperanza para niños huérfanas. Foco sobre las aves. Producido por Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Que se estrena esta semana: Sat 3 PM, Sun 8 PM, Mon 9:30 AM & Tue 11:30 PM

IF YOU MISSED IT LAST WEEK

MIT Presents: "Advanced Urbanism & Energy"
More than half the world’s energy supply is consumed in cities. Advanced urbanism offers new paradigms for increased efficiency through mixed-use buildings, hybrid densities, smart infrastructure, and innovative transportation systems, but transforming today’s cities will require a massive coordination of efforts reliant on existing resources while driving a global transition towards reliance on sustainable resources. Defining a vision for a new urban energy future poses an equal challenge for designers, planners, policy makers and engineers to develop the forms, technologies and metrics that will help to realize it. Produced by MIT.
Ch. 8 - Showing this week: Fri 7 PM & Sat 8 AM

StoryStream: Cambridge Riverfest 2014
Various individuals, groups, and organizations come together to share stories, ideas, arts, and cultures at this fun and engaging annual event in Cambridge. Produced by CCTV.
Ch. 9 - Showing this week: Fri 7 PM, Sat 5 PM & Sun 2:30 PM

A Close Look: Child Abusers in the Vatican Church
A group panel discussion regarding the ongoing issue of child sexual abuse within the Roman Catholic church, and the dark cover-up of it at the Vatican level. Produced by Radio Santec.
Ch. 96 - Showing this week: Wed 4 PM, Thu 9 AM, Fri 8 AM, Sat 5 PM, Mon 8 PM & Tue 1 PM

To find out what's on today or to search for specific programs, please visit our Programming Schedule and use the search engine! You can also watch the Live stream of each of our channels: Channel 8, Channel 9, and Channel 96. Please contact CCTV's Programming Coordinator, Chris Lawn, for any questions or comments.

Arts & Entertainment