CUNY TV

CUNY TV is a non-commercial Educational-access television cable station in New York City, part of The City University of New York's university system. It provides tele-course programming varying from mathematics, physics and biology to history, art and social studies. It also provides cultural programming with shows in German, Spanish and French. The station re-broadcasts Amy Goodman's Democracy Now! twice a day, as well as daily world news in English from Deutsche Welle.

It also shows many old films and foreign films, especially from Poland in Prof. Jerry Carlson's and City College film studies program's weekly City Cinematheque. Public affairs shows include the Baruch College's forums. Michael Stoler's The Stoler Report airs a panel discussion on the state of the Tri-State real estate market. Stoler also does the one on one interview show Building NY.

As of mid-2010, new episodes of some series produced at CUNY TV are available in HD on station's YouTube channel.

Original Programming
The station produces and co-produces a number of original series at its studios in New York. After original airing on cable the shows are archived and streamed Video on demand, for free at the station's website. Some series currently in production are:
219West, a monthly news magazine that covers the NYC area;

African-American Legends profiles prominent African-Americans;

BrianLehrer.TV, a weekly show hosted by the WNYC radio host;

Building NY and The Stoler Report series about real estate and business leaders of the Metropolitan region;

Canapé, series devoted to French cultural events in NYC and the US;

City Talk, hosted by political scientist and commentator Doug Muzzio;

Eldridge & Co., hosted by former NYC Council Member Ronnie M. Eldridge;

Independent Sources brings weekly news and views from New York's ethnic, immigrant and independent media;

Nueva York multiple NY Emmy-winning series explores Latino culture in New York's metropolitan area;

Study With The Best, magazine-style show profiling success stories from The City University of New York;

Nationally-syndicated Theater Talk and The American Theatre Wing's Working in the Theatre are shows about theater industry.

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