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Independent New York television station CUNY TV has been educating and informing city viewers for three decades. The largest university television station in the country, its cable distribution in the city’s five boroughs is enhanced by digital broadcast on Channel 25.3, expanding its reach in the tri-state area to a 35-mile radius from Times Square. CUNY TV continues to be cablecast on Ch. 75 (Spectrum and Cablevision/Optimum Brooklyn), Ch. 77 (RCN) and Ch. 30 (Ver...



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Aug 29, 2022 CUNY TV
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Grace Paley an award-winning writer of poetry, short stories, and essays, talks about growing up in the Bronx in a family of socialist Russian Jews and her work towards peace, justice, and equality. Hosted by Blanche Wiesen Cook. Original tape date: April 1, 2004.
Topic: Jewish Women In America
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Aug 2, 2022 CUNY TV
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It's been a busy year with Asian Americans making headline news. We look back at some of the unsung heroes who inspire us to change the world; Our in-depth reports include how Asian Americans are protecting their communities against anti-Asian hate crimes; As violent attacks continue to rise, we speak to one of the victims family who's fighting back with AAP(I Belong); Special tribute on the 20th Anniversary of September 11th and the heroic officer who saved others; MSNBC/NBC News anchor...
Topic: Asian American Life
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Richard Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations for two decades, has been television's go-to commentator on world affairs and foreign policy. In a recent poll, the overwhelming majority of Americans say the country is headed in the wrong direction. He touches on the world's hotspots: Ukraine, Russia, China, covid, climate, and tells Jim he worries that the fragility of our democracy and political division undermine our credibility and place in the world. Taped: 7/18/2022.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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Jul 19, 2022 CUNY TV
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In this episode we take a look back at some of our favorite stories from this past season... handmade shoes in Brooklyn; legendary choreographer and dancer Bill T. Jones; a cemetery stroll; NYC's only poster museum; shopping for hats in the Village; and the mind of a magician. All that and more! Taped: 7/10/2022.
Topic: Arts In The City
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Jul 15, 2022 CUNY TV
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On this Summer Special edition of DiverseCITY, why bulldozing buildings in the Bronx could destroy some of the city's Hip Hop History. The grand history of one of the city's most storied boulevards. The last bastion of Downtown music. An effort to recognize indigenous people's land on the Lower East Side. Then, why Coney Island and hot dogs will be forever linked. Taped: 7/11/2022.
Topic: DiverseCITY
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As everyone talks about the vote these days, Miles Rapoport, a professor at Harvard's Kennedy School, has written a book with columnist EJ Dionne, making the case for mandatory voting in America. Acknowledging that there is slim hope of passage, he tells Jim Zirin of the advantages of a procedure that has worked for 100 years in Australia and scores of other democratic countries. Taped: 6/27/2022.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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With different sources available to finance real estate: traditional lending, alternative lending and a membership-based brokerage service, guests discuss the differences and similarities of their industry and the importance of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac loans to multi-family development. Featured Guests: Brad Dubeck Real Estate Market Executive, NY/NJ Global Commercial Banking, Bank of America Margaret B. Grossman Managing Partner, President, T30 Capital Ira Zlotowitz Founder & CEO,...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Jul 1, 2022 CUNY TV
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Maria Davis-Pierre, Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Founder of Autism in Black joins host, Carol Jenkins to bring awareness to the way autism affects those in the black community. She shares her journey as a mom raising 2 out of 3 children that are autistic, the struggle for Black and Hispanic children to receive a diagnosis, her own recent diagnosis and the stigmas. Taped: 6/22/2022.
Topic: Black America
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Jun 28, 2022 CUNY TV
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On this month's Arts in the City... the sights and sounds NYC's Caribbean Carnival; Albanian sweets; a new exhibit at the Museum of the City of New York; Broadway star Sharon Wheatley; artist Sam Messer; and art inspired by Hot Dogs. Taped: 6/21/2022.
Topic: Arts In The City
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Jun 26, 2022 CUNY TV
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Bankers agree that their focus is on support of their clients and sponsors, as they discuss a slow-down in 2022 markets, as rising interest rates - low for so long - question what real estate assets will provide lower risks to the investor. Guests comment on the greater risk in the C and D office market, some risks to multi-family and industrial assets, and their interest in limited service hotels and neighborhood retail. Featured Guests: Brad Dubeck Real Estate Market Executive, NY/NJ Global...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Jun 20, 2022 CUNY TV
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William Browder, author of the best seller 'Freezing Order, decided to fight Putin's corruption, and paid a big price. His lawyer was Sergei Magnitsky was murdered, his family was threatened, he was charged with fraud in Russia, and subpoenaed to reveal the identity of Russian dissidents. In the end, he won. He tells Jim his thrilling story of international intrigue. Taped: 6/6/2022.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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Jun 20, 2022 CUNY TV
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In this new episode of 'THEATER: All the Moving Parts,' on CUNY TV, host Patrick Pacheco has a post-Tony Awards chat about the state of Broadway with: critics Helen Shaw of 'New York Magazine' and Adam Feldman of 'Time Out, New York' and; Jan Simpson, theater journalist and host of the Broadway Radio Show 'Stagecraft and All the Drama'. Taped: 6/13/2022.
Topic: Theater: All The Moving Parts
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Linda Villarosa is an award-winning author at the New York Times magazine, Professor and contributor to the 1619 Project. She joins host Carol Jenkins to discuss the racial health disparities in America in her latest book, 'Under the Skin: The Hidden Toll of Racism American Lives and on the Health of Our Nation.' Taped: 5/18/2022.
Topic: Black America
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Jun 16, 2022 CUNY TV
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In this episode, we speak with several wheelchair users who talk about adaptive sports, accessibility, and inclusion in New York City. Taped: 5/6/2022.
Topic: Shades Of U.S.
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Jun 14, 2022 CUNY TV
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Asian American Life Summer Edition features a walk through Little Manila in Queens, New York; Plus it's the 40th Anniversary of Vincent Chin's murder and we reflect on what it means for Asian American civil rights; Dinner on a dime and how to cook healthy meals for just $20 dollars a week; And for the first time ever, New York celebrates two parades honoring Asian Americans and actor George Takei leads Japan Day; Hip hop music artists speak out against anti-Asian hate crime. Taped: 6/3/2022.
Topic: Asian American Life
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Jun 12, 2022 CUNY TV
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Guests are optimistic! New capital and foreign reinvestments are returning to New York; rents have stayed strong in Brooklyn; commercial projects are doing well; and smaller projects in the boroughs are booming. Guests discuss buyers coming into New York with 'long-term' commitments, as an example of their confidence in New York's future. Featured Guests: Joseph Koicim Sr. Managing Director-New York Multifamily, Partner/Co-Founder, Marcus & Millichap; Joel R. Marcus Partner, Marcus &...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Historic One Times Square, where millions come to celebrate New Year's Eve, has been for many years - an empty shell! The building is experiencing a multi-million dollar redevelopment, benefitting the area and creating a 'go-to' for tourists. Guests discussed the living / business opportunities in the Hamptons, increasingly a year-round community and Suffolk County, whose attractive tax rates and support of local leaders, is of interest to developers. Featured Guests: Elyssa Marcus Vice...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Emmy nominated journalist Abi Ishola-Ayodeji discusses her debut novel 'Patience is a Subtle Thief'. In this suspenseful and heartfelt novel, Abi takes us back into the early 1990's of Nigeria when the country was in a political turmoil and introduces us to Patience; a young girl in search for answers to find her mother who was banished from their home many years ago by her distant father, Chief Kolade Adewale. Taped: 5/10/2022.
Topic: Black America
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Jun 1, 2022 CUNY TV
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On this episode we'll introduce you to a special resident of NY and NJ waters, give you tips on making sourdough bread, and explain how sunburn work. That and more on Simply Sciencea??. Taped: 5/23/2022.
Topic: Simply Science
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May 17, 2022 CUNY TV
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On this month's Arts In The City we've got actor Ben Foster and director Barry Levinson on their new film The Survivor; legendary choreographer and dancer Bill T. Jones; Brown Girls author Daphne Palasi Andreades; a student photographer capturing everyday life from Washington Heights to the Dominican Republic; sketching NYC's iconic streets; and a few spring cleaning tips that will spruce up your life and your closet. Taped: 5/10/2022.
Topic: Arts In The City
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May 4, 2022 CUNY TV
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We introduce you to a special place to gaze at the stars, get insights on the research done on long COVID and more... Taped: 4/21/2022.
Topic: Simply Science
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May 3, 2022 CUNY TV
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May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and we're paying special tribute to trailblazers who have made a significant contribution to Asian American communities, especially in Queens, New York. One of them is a local philanthropist who is helping to create CUNY Queen's College first contemporary school of art; Plus we feature Queens artist Haksul Lee who's turning green energy into modern art; Asian American Writers' Workshop celebrates 30th Anniversary; Author Ly Tran's...
Topic: Asian American Life
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Apr 29, 2022 CUNY TV
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Host Patrick Pacheco speaks with six-time Tony Award winning lighting designer Natasha Katz. She has brought her talents to productions such as 'Aladdin, 'Springsteen on Broadway, 'Hello Dolly!' and now the spectacular 'MJ, the Musical' and 'Suffs'. Through lighting, learn how Natasha brings the drama and the genius of Michael Jackson's dancing and singing to the stage. Taped:4/12/2022.
Topic: Theater: All The Moving Parts
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Congregation Beth Israel near Dallas, Texas features a 'homelike atmosphere that's warm, safe, homelike and cozy.' On January 15, 2022, during Sabbath services, an armed Pakistani terrorist desecrated the synagogue, holding four hostages for eleven hours. The hostages escaped, and SWAT teams killed the gunman. Anna Salton Eisen, a founding member of the synagogue, and the daughter of Holocaust survivors, describes their ordeal, and tells Jim Zirin of the dangers houses of worship face in a...
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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Apr 5, 2022 CUNY TV
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An in-depth news magazine program that addresses topical issues affecting the Asian American communities nationwide and profiles Asian American leaders. Host: Ernabel Demillo. Prod.: CUNY TV. (30 min.)
Topic: Asian American Life
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Mar 15, 2022 CUNY TV
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We're coming to you from the Staten Island Children's Museum - a great place for kids and the grownups who want to tag along. Also this month - Oscar nominated actor Andrew Garfield; a theater company that's breaking barriers; the art of bow ties; a 100-year-old pasta shop; touring a cemetery; and punk rock acrobats! Taped: 3/10/2022.
Topic: Arts In The City
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Mar 14, 2022 CUNY TV
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Conversations with Jim Zirin is a talk show designed to illuminate the news by taking the time required to understand and interpret national and world events. The series features high-profile guests from the worlds of politics, law, business, foreign relations, national security, counterterrorism, media, lifestyles, literature, the arts, and the military. The series is helmed by Jim Zirin, a leading litigator with Sidley Austin LLP and a contributor to major publications including Forbes, the...
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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Mar 13, 2022 CUNY TV
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Featured Guests: Dennis A. Drazin Partner, Drazin and Warshaw P.C., Chairman & CEO, Monmouth Park Race Track & Sports Book, US Chairman, PlayUp; Dennis M.P. Ehling Partner, Blank Rome Martin Lycka Sr Vice President, Regulatory Affairs, Entain; William J. Pascrell, lll Partner, Princeton Public Affairs Group. Taped: 1/25/2022.
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Mar 13, 2022 CUNY TV
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Bishop Victor Allen Brown, World Council of Independent Christian Churches and Senior Pastor of Mt. Sinai United Christian Church describes the dream he had when he was 12 years old, and his passion for the ministry and the preaching ministry. A graduate of St. John's with a BA in finance, a Master of Divinity Degree from New York Theological Seminary, a Doctor of Ministry Degree from Eastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Bishop Brown serves as a volunteer in the NYPD Clergy Police Liaison...
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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Mar 11, 2022 CUNY TV
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Host, Carol Jenkins is joined by Imani Perry, Author of 'South to America: A Journey Below the Mason-Dixon to Understand the Soul of a Nation'. They discuss their roots from Birmingham, Alabama and how it has shaped Imani Perry as a writer. Recorded: 2/24/2022.
Topic: Black America
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Mar 6, 2022 CUNY TV
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Building New York:New York Stories, a lively conversation hosted by Michael Stoler, New York's only weekly television broadcast featuring local and national leaders responsible for real estate activities in the Metropolitan region, began its first season on television and on CUNY TV in March 2006. The program provides insight to the latest news, developments and economic trends. The guests will be able to share their thoughts and personal experience on important real estate issues in the...
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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Mar 1, 2022 CUNY TV
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This month Asian American Life looks at New York City's most diverse city council as it swears in the highest number of Asian Americans into political office. Plus it's been one year since the brutal attacks of Asian Americans nationwide. Host and correspondent Ernabel Demillo speaks with one victim's family who's fighting back with AAP(I Belong). Historical lessons, the Public Theater's true story of 'The Chinese Lady' is an off Broadway hit. And we visit Yu & Me books, the first Asian...
Topic: Asian American Life
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Feb 25, 2022 CUNY TV
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Tony and Emmy Award winning Costume Designer, Paul Tazewell joins host, Carol Jenkins to discuss looks in his latest works, 'West Side Story' and 'MJ the Musical' and how it all started. Taped: 2/3/2022.
Topic: Black America
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Feb 17, 2022 CUNY TV
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When you take a look in the mirror, what do you see? 'Shades of U.S.' is a series, that focuses on race and ethnicity through individuals' journeys of self-identity. It explores multiracialism at a time when the country's population is shifting drastically. The subject's personal stories are a microcosm of the United States own struggles with racial politics.
Topic: Shades Of U.S.
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Despite the challenges associated with multi family real estate, a regulated business in New York, guests are positive about New York 'coming back strong,' and in investing in this interesting asset class. Developers discuss an extension or new 421a program, vital to New York's future, Independent, Assisted Living and Senior Housing. All support the conversion of hotels to rentals - acknowledging that it was 'easier said than done!' Featured guests: Steve Krasman Chief Operating Officer, Slate...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Black America is an in-depth conversation that explores what it means to be Black in America. The show profiles Black activists, academics, business leaders, sports figures, elected officials, artists and writers to gauge this experience in a time of both turbulence and breakthroughs. Black America is hosted by Carol Jenkins, Emmy award winning New York City journalist, and founding president of The Women's Media Center.
Topic: Black America
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Feb 7, 2022 CUNY TV
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Conversations with Jim Zirin is a talk show designed to illuminate the news by taking the time required to understand and interpret national and world events. The series features high-profile guests from the worlds of politics, law, business, foreign relations, national security, counterterrorism, media, lifestyles, literature, the arts, and the military. The series is helmed by Jim Zirin, a leading litigator with Sidley Austin LLP and a contributor to major publications including Forbes, the...
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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The Stoler Report-New York's Business Report, New York's only television broadcast featuring real estate and business leaders, began its first season on television and on CUNY TV in September, 2003 (the series has enjoyed two previous seasons on radio.) Hosted by Michael R. Stoler, the weekly program features lively round-table discussions of topical issues in the world of real estate.
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Feb 1, 2022 CUNY TV
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Asian American Life February episode celebrates Lunar New Year and the Year of the Tiger; Plus an in-depth report on Long Island City's rising Asian American population; Feeding hope, fighting hunger, a look at food insecurity in America; BTS, Squid Games and how Korean pop culture became a global hit; From political asylum to the ivory tower, we meet CUNY's Hunter College new Rhode Scholar Devashish 'Dave' Basnet. Taped: 1/17/2022.
Topic: Asian American Life
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Jan 24, 2022 CUNY TV
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Conversations with Jim Zirin is a talk show designed to illuminate the news by taking the time required to understand and interpret national and world events. The series features high-profile guests from the worlds of politics, law, business, foreign relations, national security, counterterrorism, media, lifestyles, literature, the arts, and the military. The series is helmed by Jim Zirin, a leading litigator with Sidley Austin LLP and a contributor to major publications including Forbes, the...
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We start with Yhasmine Moran & Lorena Kourousias preparing to lead the last day of Mixteca Organization's food distribution program, which began at the start of the pandemic in 2020, and for more than two years provided food to the Sunset Park community, and today it is celebrated along the Day of the Dead. It is followed by Juan Carlos Pinto and Cesar Chox working together on a mosaic art piece at Oye Studios. Then Juan Carlos goes to meet studio colleague Eddie de Le?n, they've been...
Topic: I Am A Dreamer
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Featured Guest: John Catsimatidas, Chairman, President, CEO, Red Apple Group. Taped: 12/14/2021.
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Jan 9, 2022 CUNY TV
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A child of holocaust survivors, Jack Kliger, comparing his mother's photo, taken at 14, in the Budapest ghetto, and his daughter's Bas Mitzvah picture, discusses the vast differences in their lives - their opportunities - their safety, and his personal commitment to the mission of the Museum of Jewish Heritage-A Living Memorial to the Holocaust, where he serves as President and CEO. Kliger's successful career in media began in the mid-70s, at the Village Voice, becoming publisher of GQ Magazine...
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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Dune' the Ornithopters move like real dragonflies. It's beautiful and exciting, but could a machine that size and weight ever move like that? Our guest, Prof. Jane Wang of Cornell's Sibley School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering explains the physics of dragonfly flight. Taped: 12/28/2021.
Topic: Science Goes To The Movies
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Dec 24, 2021 CUNY TV
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Black America is an in-depth conversation that explores what it means to be Black in America. The show profiles Black activists, academics, business leaders, sports figures, elected officials, artists and writers to gauge this experience in a time of both turbulence and breakthroughs. Black America is hosted by Carol Jenkins, Emmy award winning New York City journalist, and founding president of The Women's Media Center.
Topic: Black America
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Dec 21, 2021 CUNY TV
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We're coming to you today from one of our favorite spots at this time of year... the Holiday Train Show at the New York Botanical Garden! Also this month on Arts in the City, we've got movies, murals, vintage costumes and much more. December 6, 2021.
Topic: Arts In The City
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Dec 17, 2021 CUNY TV
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Have you ever seen a fight in a play when tempers flare? How is it done? Host Patrick Pacheco interviews Ron Piretti, a veteran fight director of theater and film, who turns slapping, slugging, and fencing into an art form. He has fight directed plays and musicals like 'West Side Story', 'In the Heights', 'Miracle Worker' and 'The Last Ship'. See a demo of stage combat with actors Clara Tristan and Dan Pavacic! The interview was recorded at the Actor's Studio Drama School at Pace University in...
Topic: Theater: All The Moving Parts
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Dec 16, 2021 CUNY TV
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When you take a look in the mirror, what do you see? 'Shades of U.S.' is a series, that focuses on race and ethnicity through individuals' journeys of self-identity. It explores multiracialism at a time when the country's population is shifting drastically. The subject's personal stories are a microcosm of the United States own struggles with racial politics.
Topic: Shades Of U.S.
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Dec 10, 2021 CUNY TV
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Black America is an in-depth conversation that explores what it means to be Black in America. The show profiles Black activists, academics, business leaders, sports figures, elected officials, artists and writers to gauge this experience in a time of both turbulence and breakthroughs. Black America is hosted by Carol Jenkins, Emmy award winning New York City journalist, and founding president of The Women's Media Center.
Topic: Black America
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Dec 9, 2021 CUNY TV
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In the fun flick 'Free Guy' Ryan Reynolds plays a bit of intelligent computer code that achieves sentience, SORT OF. CUNY Prof. Anita Raja explains the real life limits of machine learning and what parts of Blue Shirt Guy could actually be true.
Topic: Science Goes To The Movies
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Dec 7, 2021 CUNY TV
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Asian American Life December episode features all in the family and five generations of entrepreneurs; MSNBC and NBC News anchor Richard Lui shares his personal memoir of caregiving for his father in his new book 'Enough About Me.' Plus we'll have an update on the Children's Orchestra Society recovery efforts from Hurricane Ida; Light Up Chinatown Project brightens up the community during the holiday season. Taped: 11/19/2021.
Topic: Asian American Life
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Dec 5, 2021 CUNY TV
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Featured Guests: Adam Altman Managing Member, KABR Group; Ran Eliasaf Managing Partner, Northwind Group; Shimon Shkury President & Founder, Ariel Property Advisors. Taped: 11/17/2021.
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Nov 28, 2021 CUNY TV
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Coming from a family of doctors, it seemed certain that Robert CJ Krasner would be a physician. The question is how does a young doctor, on the Berry Plan, get posted to Ethiopia, Sardinia, England, Panama, attain the rank of Rear Admiral and serve as Attending Physician to Congress? The answer is he asked for an assignment that '...nobody wanted.' Taped: 11/16/2021.
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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Nov 21, 2021 CUNY TV
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Featured guests: Tommy Craig Sr Managing Director, Hines; Scott Galin Principal & CEO, Handro Properties LLC, ESSH Investments LLC; Leslie Himmel Partner, Himmel + Meringoff. Taping date: 11/2/2021.
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Nov 19, 2021 CUNY TV
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Have you ever wondered how actors are cast in Broadway shows? What's that special something they need to have? Host Patrick Pacheco interviews Tara Rubin, one of the top casting directors on Broadway. With 35 years of experience, she has cast for top shows like 'Phantom of the Opera,' 'Jersey Boys,' 'Dear Evan Hansen,' 'Ain't Too Proud' and now 'Six'. Rubin brings you into the audition process, describing what casting directors are looking for, and what actors must show to rise above the rest....
Topic: Theater: All The Moving Parts
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David Rubenstein, legendary patriotic philanthropist, investor, and talk show host, has written another best-selling book entitled 'The American Experiment' in which he presents 31 interviews with leading Americans, and probes our history, values, mistakes and successes. He tells Jim Zirin that despite our deeply seated differences, we can achieve the American dream if we pull together. Taped: 10/29/2021.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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Nov 14, 2021 CUNY TV
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Judith Kelman, well-know author of mystery and suspense novels, discusses her early career teaching special-needs children. A voracious reader from childhood, cued in to interesting ideas, happy to explore the 'what-if' of events, she knew she wanted to be a writer, and 'Prime Evil' was born. Judith Kelman is founder of a remarkable program at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, pairing patients who want to write with professional writers/mentors. Taped: 11/2/2021.
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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Nov 12, 2021 CUNY TV
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On this episode, the environmental impact of a much-touted ferry service on a local creek. Boardwalk businesses struggle to return to pre-COVID profitability. Why hot dogs and Coney Island are inextricably linked. We hear from a man at the heart of an effort to preserve some of the area's ephemera. Then, why a place with such a history of amusement parks only has two today. Those stories and more as we explore, Coney Island, Brooklyn. (11/4/2021)
Topic: DiverseCITY
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First, we join Eva Santos' first DACA rally here in NYC, organized by her and Marvin Argueta, a Dreamer who just graduated from Baruch College. They both with other rally participants share their dreams, how they grew up, and the opportunity DACA has given them while shouting loud and clear for 'Citizenship Now.' Second, we meet Juan Carlos Marin, a Mexican musician and chef who has lived in New York City for almost two decades. We see him in his work in the kitchen at La Cumbanchita restaurant...
Topic: I Am A Dreamer
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CUNY's own Dr. James Booth, Professor of Earth and Atmospheric Science at City College of New York joins us to discuss climate science and 'The Aeronauts,' a semi-biographical film starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, directed by Tom Harper based on the book 'Falling Upwards' by Richard Homes. It takes place in the 1860's and in it the established members of a scientific society deride a semi-fictional version of real scientist, James Glaisher saying the weather is simply far too chaotic...
Topic: Science Goes To The Movies
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Nov 3, 2021 CUNY TV
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Simply Science explores the world of science and the impact it has on us. Whether it's tech talk, medical marvels, going green or excellent exhibits; we'll go beyond the headlines and deliver the science news you can use.
Topic: Simply Science
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Nov 2, 2021 CUNY TV
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This month Asian American Life features a special report on the world famous Children's Orchestra Society in New York. They're still recovering and picking up the pieces after Hurricane Ida rolled into their neighborhood. Plus finding peace with Black Asian solidarity through the Blasian March; Sole mates creating fashionable footwear one step at a time; Material Kitchen to table cookware for the holiday season; And sustainable edible insects that's changing the way we eat. Recorded: 10/21/2021.
Topic: Asian American Life
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President Biden's foreign policy appears to channel Trump's in many significant respects (Cuba, Iran, China, lighter footprint in the Middle East). Veteran diplomat Frank Wisner tells Jim that Biden is headed towards a new foreign policy strategy once he gets his domestic issues behind him. Taped: 10/12/2021.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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Oct 24, 2021 CUNY TV
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The American part of Dr. Peter Scardino's story began in 1880, when three brothers hopped a freighter sailing from Sicily landing in Texas, to begin a new life. Hard work, ambition, good fortune, enabled Scardino's father to study medicine at Johns Hopkins. Curiosity, a love of science and learning, which characterized Peter Scardino's college years, provided him opportunities to study medicine and to practice his specialty: early detection, prognosis, and the surgical intervention of prostate...
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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Oct 17, 2021 CUNY TV
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Michael Strauss Associate Dean, Clinical Prof. Strategy & Entrepreneurship, Dir. Rennert Entrepreneurial Institute, Sy Syms School of Business of Yeshiva University. Recorded: 10/6/2021.
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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Oct 15, 2021 CUNY TV
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Many top Broadway stars start their careers as understudies, but what IS an understudy? What's it like waiting in the wings? Host Patrick Pacheco talks with Cameron Adams, an understudy for the musical 'Mrs. Doubtfire. Taped: 9/29/2021.
Topic: Theater: All The Moving Parts
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CUNY welcomes Guttman's 2nd President, Dr. Larry Johnson Jr. He joins host, Carol Jenkins to discuss the goals for the school as they approach 10 years, equity and inclusion initiatives and more. Recorded: 10/4/2021.
Topic: Black America
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Oct 6, 2021 CUNY TV
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month... We'll take a look at the science behind the disease; advances in breast imaging; a mobile mammogram clinic serving NYC's medically underserved communities; studying why Staten Island has the highest rates of breast Cancer in NYC; we'll visit the Red Door Community, a nonprofit cancer support organization helping everyone and anyone impacted by cancer; and a breast cancer survivor shares her personal journey. (10/1/2021)
Topic: Simply Science
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Oct 5, 2021 CUNY TV
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Asian American Life reports on Asian American studies and how advocates are asking schools and universities to make Asian history a part of their curriculum; Folding love and creating art in honor of covid patients; Asian American Rapper T-Vu; Jamaican Chinese farmers plant their roots in New York; And kicking off the football season with an exclusive interview with former NFL New England Patriots football player Eugene Chung. Recorded: 9/22/2021.
Topic: Asian American Life
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Oct 4, 2021 CUNY TV
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Jane Harman served in the House of Representatives for 17 years where she was known as the 'best Republican in the Democratic party' for her willingness to work across the aisle. She has written a sobering new book entitled, 'Insanity Defense: Why Our Failure to Confront Hard Problems Makes Us Less Safe.' She tells Jim Zirin of two decades of national mistakes from which we need to recover. Taped: 9/23/2021.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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Sep 22, 2021 CUNY TV
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In times of uncertainty for the undocumented and the Dreamers community, Eva Santos, spokesperson for United We Dream and Daca recipient, decides to take the lead and become the leader she never had while embarking on an activism career. In this episode, we see Eva explaining what Daca is. And her sister, Melany, shares how she felt growing up with an undocumented family. We start the show by following Cesar Chox, an emerging artist who has shown his indigenous roots in his work. Cesar meets...
Topic: I Am A Dreamer
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James Fitzgerald introduces his family: grand father, a Spanish American War hero, awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, his father, a NYC policeman and others - bringing us up-to-date on his life and career as an investor and real estate banker. Taped: 8/17/2021.
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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The Stoler Report-New York's Business Report, New York's only television broadcast featuring real estate and business leaders, began its first season on television and on CUNY TV in September, 2003 (the series has enjoyed two previous seasons on radio.) Hosted by Michael R. Stoler, the weekly program features lively round-table discussions of topical issues in the world of real estate.
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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In series like X-Men or Jupiter's Legacy, genetically altered superheroes push the limits of human biology to save the world. In Netflix new series, Sweet Tooth genetically altered kids are immune a deadly virus. And in his new book, 'The Next 500 Years' geneticist, Dr. Christopher E. Mason, thinks we should be doing our best, right now, to alter our biological limits to save our species - but for realsies. Recorded: 8/16/2021.
Topic: Science Goes To The Movies
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Sep 14, 2021 CUNY TV
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All New Season of Asian American Life: Host Ernabel Demillo reports on the 20th Anniversary of September 11th, and pays special tribute to one of the heroic officer's who miraculously walked away after being buried underneath the rubble; Rayner Ramirez updates us on how Asian Americans are protecting their communities against anti-Asian hate crimes; Minnie Roh celebrates timeless and ageless beauties; And Kyung Yoon shares how Y-A 'young adult' authors are changing the narrative for readers....
Topic: Asian American Life