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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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Dec 20, 2022 CUNY TV
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This month on Arts In the CIty... we meet an organization that is empowering kids through art; visit the country's only bilingual children's theater; chat with cartoonist Ali Solomon about her new book 'I Love-ish NYC'; take a look at a CUNY exhibit featuring some incredible African Art; sit down with painter and punk rocker Gina Volpe; and pop some bubbly for a lesson on champagne. Taped: 12/15/2022.
Topic: Arts In The City
CUNY TV
Dec 19, 2022 CUNY TV
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Harry Guggenheim was captain of industry, racehorse breeder, newspaper publisher, diplomat, pioneer in commercial aviation, rocketry, and museum builder. Author Dirk Smillie shares the secret of his success. Taped: 11/14/2022.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
CUNY TV
Dec 16, 2022 CUNY TV
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Combine a rewrite of 'Romeo and Juliet' with the songs of the top hitmaker Max Martin and what do you get: '& Juliet' on Broadway! Host Patrick Pacheco talks with the cast of the show and then with Bill Sherman, the musical supervisor. Taped: 12/1/2022.
Topic: Theater: All The Moving Parts
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There is so much science in Showtimes' sequel to the classic 1976 David Bowie film, 'The Man Who Fell to Earth' but guess what! Earth humans are already making the planet-saving energy source the alien Faraday brings with him from Anthea -- sort of. Dr. Arturo Dominguez of the Princeton Plasma Lab joins us to explain. Taped: 10/28/2022.
Topic: Science Goes To The Movies
CUNY TV
Dec 15, 2022 CUNY TV
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In this episode, we visit with people in the artworld who are working in different mediums to create conversations around ancestral history, community, and culture. Taped: November 7, 2022.
Topic: Shades Of U.S.
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Cesar Chox seeks legal help with Jesus Pen from Asociacion Tepeyac. Yhasmine Moran talks with Felicia Avalos, dancers @Calpulli Mexican Dance Company. Sisters Ana and Maria Vera who work with the NYSYLC, talk about their lives growing up in the US. Taped: November 28, 2022.
Topic: I Am A Dreamer
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Host, Carol Jenkins invites her daughter and editor of 'Aftermath: Life in Post-Roe America', Elizabeth Hines to join her in a discussion on mental health and the importance of creating safe spaces in the Black community for young adults with Dr. Shaakira Haywood Stewart, a licensed psychologist and Dr. Joshua Livingston, a Master Barber and Visiting Assistant Professor at Bard College. Taped: October 19, 2022.
Topic: Black America
CUNY TV
Dec 7, 2022 CUNY TV
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On this month's episode, we'll discover how animals are controlled for diseases at airports, we'll learn about circular economy and Robotic pills. That and more! Taped: 11/22/2022.
Topic: Simply Science
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Asian American Life holiday special features arts and entertainment. We sit down with operatic tenor Martin Bakari; Mother and son pianists share their keys to musical success; Sesame Street makes history with its first Asian American puppet Ji-Young; All the right moves with KPOP on Broadway; And we visit the Godwin-Ternbach Museum exhibit 'Understatements: Lost and Found in Asian America.' Taped: 11/14/2022.
Topic: Asian American Life
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Journalist Dahlia Lithwick writes a best-selling book profiling eight women lawyers who fought for equal rights during the Trump era. Her account begins in 2016 and ends with the Dobbs abortion decision this year. She notes the loss of yardage, but is certain that the struggle for freedom will continue. Taped: 11/14/2022.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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'The Hair Tales' celebrates the beauty, journey and identity of Black women through their hair stories. Michaela Angela Davis, the docuseries creator and Executive Producer along with Elle Moxley, Founder of the Marsha P. Johnson Institute; featured in the series joins host, Carol Jenkins to discuss their own hair journeys and why the stories of the women featured are important to understanding the resilience in Black women are today. Taped: 11/16/2022.
Topic: Black America
CUNY TV
Nov 21, 2022 CUNY TV
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Legendary venture capitalist Alan Patricof never stops going. At age 88, he completed the New York City Marathon, started a new fund with a 10-year horizon, made new friends, and never ceased to enjoy his life. He tells Jim Zirin the secret of his longevity is always looking forward, and staying engaged, and never driving alone. Taped: 11/7/2022.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
CUNY TV
Nov 18, 2022 CUNY TV
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This new episode of 'THEATER: All the Moving Parts' is about 'Leopoldstadt', Tom Stoppard's epic drama about a Jewish family in Vienna tragically caught in the vise of history. Actors Faye Castelow, Arty Froushan and Brendan Uranowitz -- three of the 38 member cast -- join host Patrick Pacheco to speak about the challenges of bringing the play to life. Then we have a discussion of Tom Stoppard's prodigious legacy after nearly 60 years as a playwright with Director Jack O'Brien, who has directed...
Topic: Theater: All The Moving Parts
CUNY TV
Nov 16, 2022 CUNY TV
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On this month episode, we'll learn how allergies affect us, we'll visit the Jones Beach Nature Center, and show you how to build your own air sensor and more! Taped: 10/17/2022.
Topic: Simply Science
CUNY TV
Nov 15, 2022 CUNY TV
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This month on Arts in The City...we meet Sesame Street's first Black female puppeteer; get a look at the KITHxCUNY fashion collab; chat with actor Alan Cumming; check out an inspiring collection of photos and interviews focussed on women over fifty; and sit down with Tony-nominated actor Lou Liberatore. Taped: 11/7/2022.
Topic: Arts In The City
CUNY TV
Nov 11, 2022 CUNY TV
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DiverseCITY highlights the beautiful mosaic that is New York, one neighborhood at a time. The monthly series features a bit of history, shares community issues of concern, and profiles businesses that are unique to their neighborhood. Hosted by Zyphus Lebrun (Study With the Best, Independent Sources), the show hopes to familiarize New Yorkers with their neighboring communities.
Topic: DiverseCITY
CUNY TV
Nov 10, 2022 CUNY TV
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Author and UConn Prof. Betsy McCoach joins us in a discussion about 'Raising Dion' and gifted children. Taped: 9/30/2022.
Topic: Science Goes To The Movies
CUNY TV
Nov 9, 2022 CUNY TV
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We are having a conversation about DACA, meaning deferred action for childhood arrivals, which was created in 2012, during President Obama's term as a result of immigrant activism. We want to have this important conversation in two parts. First, we will discuss the status and impact of DACA. Second, what CUNY is doing, or what else we can do, to support undocumented students. Taped: 11/3/2022.
Topic: I Am A Dreamer
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Austin Johnson knew he would always work: at 14 - at the supermarket, in the kitchen at a local restaurant, cooking on the ocean, Europe, with Michelin-star chefs. On the job, gaining knowledge and experience, Chef Austin shares his journey to his own Michelin Star restaurant. Taped: 10/18/2022.
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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Black Americans are projected to comprise 13.6% of eligible voters in the U.S for this upcoming election according to the Pew Research Center. What is at stake for the Black vote? Host, Carol Jenkins takes on this question with guests, Dr. Basil A. Smikle Jr., Distinguished Lecturer and Director of the Public Policy Program at the Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute of CUNY's Hunter College and Errol Louis, Host of 'Inside City Hall' on NY1. Taped: 11/2/2022.
Topic: Black America
CUNY TV
Nov 1, 2022 CUNY TV
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Asian American Life focuses on ways to promote positive mental health and wellness; Feature stories include Tibetan YindaYin Healing; Visiting Hamilton-Madison House, New York's oldest mental health agency; Pampering new mom's with traditional Korean postnatal care; Money matters and how to financially prepare for the future; Plus making cents: Hollywood Actress Anna May Wong becomes the first Asian American to appear on a U.S. coin. Taped: 10/17/2022.
Topic: Asian American Life
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Calling mass transportation and infrastructure the life-line to the city, guests discuss the projects and impact on New York and surrounding states of the Congress approved, $1 trillion Infrastructure Package: Penn Station and direct access from Grand Central, Gateway, Second Avenue Subway, road, bridge, tunnel repairs, and more. The use of Eminent Domain is discussed. Featured guests: Jonathan A. Adelsberg Partner, Co-Chair, Real Estate Practice Philip A. Sanchez Co-Chair, Eminent Domain...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
CUNY TV
Oct 28, 2022 CUNY TV
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Emerald Garner releases her memoir, 'Finding My Voice' as she shares the pain from the unjust murder of her father, Eric Garner. Emerald's story with police brutality, mental health and loss can be seen as a guide to understanding collateral damage and the way out of it. Taped: 10/5/2022.
Topic: Black America
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Film Producer Harvey Weinstein was a master of the Hollywood universe, Winning 81 Oscars in the course of two decades. But, His insatiable appetite for sex brought him down. He is serving what is in effect a life sentence for sexual misconduct. Star author, journalist and Weinstein biographer Ken Auletta, tells Jim Zirin that Weinstein got a fair trial, but has a glimmer of hope on appeal because the trial judge allowed three woman to testify who were not named in the indictment. Taped:...
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
CUNY TV
Oct 23, 2022 CUNY TV
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Called visionaries, described as 'larger-than-life' leaders, Kenneth Langone and Dr. Robert Grossman talk about the restructuring and transformation of NYU's traditional medical school and hospital to an integrated medical center. Guests describe the NYU Grossman Medical School's free tuition, three-year medical program and the ambulatory based system, named the #1 Hospital in New York. Featured guests: Robert I. Grossman, MD CEO, NYU Langone Medical Center, Dean, NYU Grossman School of...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
CUNY TV
Oct 21, 2022 CUNY TV
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Wondering what you should see on Broadway this Fall Season? Watch our lively and opinionated Theater Critics' roundtable, discussing the 'must see' shows on Broadway and off-Broadway, like 'KPOP', 'Leopoldstadt', 'Topdog/Underdog' and 'Catch as Catch Can'. Host Patrick Patricks talks with theater critics Adam Feldman of Time Out New York' and Helen Shaw of 'The New Yorker' and theater journalist Jan Simpson and host of Broadway podcasts 'All the Drama' and 'Stagecraft'. Then, get your tickets!...
Topic: Theater: All The Moving Parts
CUNY TV
Oct 20, 2022 CUNY TV
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In this episode, we visit with some transgender New Yorkers to discuss the impact gender identity has had on their careers and lives. Taped: 9/2/2022.
Topic: Shades Of U.S.
CUNY TV
Oct 18, 2022 CUNY TV
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This month on Arts in The City....we chat with jazz legend Ron Carter; stop by Chocobar Cortes where the food and art are inspired by chocolate; visit a museum hidden in an elevator shaft; check out an exhibit at Baruch College's Mishkin Gallery that's helping us better understand whales; take a look at the life of Harpo Marx; and decorate with some removable wallpaper.
Topic: Arts In The City
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Dr. Robin Rosenberg, The Clinical Psychologist Who Wrote Your College Text Book, 'Abnormal Psychology,' And The Uber-Editor Of The Oxford University Press, 'Superhero' Series Discusses Anakin Skywalker And Attachment Disorders. Taped: 9/21/2022.
Topic: Science Goes To The Movies
CUNY TV
Oct 10, 2022 CUNY TV
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Scott Anderson has written a riveting book, entitled 'The Quiet Americans' about four American spies who functioned in the cold war era, both in Europe and in Asia. All four acted out of patriotism, a sense of adventure, and a need to be near the action. He tells Jim Zirin how all four left the intelligence service deeply disillusioned with the mission. Recorded: 9/26/2022.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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The 7th Degree Black Belt Taekwondo Grandmaster John Buran talks about his family - immigrants to America, mining coal in Pennsylvania, Black Lung disease, growing up in Queens, Brooklyn Tech, NYU, his managerial experience in banking - experiences and the people who have contributed to his career. Taped: 9/6/2022.
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
CUNY TV
Oct 9, 2022 CUNY TV
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Guests comment that while the land market has done surprisingly well in the first half of 2022, how the year ends is of concern, considering higher interest rates and no 421a. Developers discuss current and long term projects, the positive effects of midtown rezoning, Coney Island, the Ferry, Long Island City, and Florida. Taped: 9/6/2022.
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Oct 4, 2022 CUNY TV
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Asian American Life features an in-depth report on how New York and a growing list of states are mandating that Asian American and Pacific Islander history be taught in public schools; We also feature a report on New York's Asian American political candidates and the issues that impact voters; Plus celebrating October's Filipino American History Month; Artists who formed the Basement Workshop, one of New York's first Asian American arts organization; Plus Mount Lai skincare rooted in...
Topic: Asian American Life
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Oct 2, 2022 CUNY TV
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Be cautious! developers and bankers agree when considering development of various asset classes: industrial, retail, rental, office. Be selective! consider space, location, cost of building, cost of lending. While deals are being made: industrial is hot, multi-family/rental, food-anchored locations continue to be strong in New York, guests agree these are cautionary times. Featured guests: Joseph A. Farkas, Founder & CEO, Metropolitan Realty Associates LLC; Daniel J. Harris President, New...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Sep 30, 2022 CUNY TV
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Kim Taylor-Thompson, NYU Professor of Clinical Law Emerita and Editor of 'Progressive Prosecution' joins host, Carol Jenkins to discuss how race shapes and misshapes the injustice in this country and her role in changing that. Taped: 9/21/2022.
Topic: Black America
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Seasoned lawyer Martin London reviews the indictable crimes of which Donald Trump may be accused. He tells Jim Zirin which case he thinks is strongest. As a top litigator, Marty addresses the tactics of where DOJ will want to bring its case, when Merrick Garland will spring, and whether 'Teflon Don' will be indicted at all.
Topic: Conversations With Jim Zirin
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Sep 25, 2022 CUNY TV
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Guests describe this year as 'one of the best!' noting that New York is coming back, despite the 421a kibosh on new construction; Westchester/Fairfield County-pockets of opportunity; free market/market rate properties are doing well; condos are returning to the market; private money is coming back to New York; land prices have rebounded. Challenges: the expense of C & D office market conversions, retail, hospitality and the impact of unions. Featured Guests: Aaron Jungreis Principal,...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Sep 20, 2022 CUNY TV
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On this month's Arts in The City... it's the 50th anniversary of Grease on Broadway; we chat with actors Patton Oswald and Rachel Dratch about their new film; meet tik-toker Jane August who is visiting every museum in NYC; listen to the saw; celebrate black composers and musicians with the Colour of Music Festival; and take a tour of Highbridge Water Tower. Recorded: 9/12/2022.
Topic: Arts In The City
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Sep 18, 2022 CUNY TV
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Noting the slow-down in the residential and for-sale markets: rates have almost doubled, buyers are holding off and sellers are tying to figure it out, guests comment that the market is changing. Demand is steady in the Hamptons; supply is limited. Westchester's residential markets are stable; office markets - fairly stable. Health care/hospitals/bio-technologies are booming industries in Westchester. Featured Guests: Bess Freedman CEO, Brown Harris Stevens Francis Greenburger Founder, Chairman...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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Sep 16, 2022 CUNY TV
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Host Patrick Pacheco welcomes the inimitable Harvey Fierstein about his revealing and passionate memoir 'It Was Better Last Night'. Hear how he made Stephen Sondheim cry and his thoughts about Beanie Feldstein in 'Funny Girl'. Taped: 8/11/2022.
Topic: Theater: All The Moving Parts
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Sep 16, 2022 CUNY TV
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On this episode, why a push for a new ferry to City Island is making waves. Concerns over rising sea levels and how it may affect the coastal community. We profile a cozy diner that's become a mainstay in the area. We'll tell you about the sea side settlement's nautical history, and the story of a land lubber who came to the island nearly fifty years ago and never left. Taped: 8/22/2022.
Topic: DiverseCITY
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Sep 14, 2022 CUNY TV
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In the first episode we will meet Noodle, a Mexican musician who came to the United States at the age of 14, currently works in construction and has found his place in the city's punk scene. We will continue the trip with Juan Carlos Mar?n and his fusion band Los Guachinangos, which has members from different countries in the north and south of the continent to communicate the power of the son jarocho. Then we will accompany Cesar Chox to his meeting with Elaine Mendez, an art curator who will...
Topic: I Am A Dreamer
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Sep 13, 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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Sep 11, 2022 CUNY TV
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Discussing the future, seeking opportunities and new family leadership, Josh Muss looks at Manhattan office space, transportation, hospitality and jobs, describing New York City as the center of technology, medicine, education, culture, student life, declaring 'there's always a job in NYC, especially for young people.' Featured Guests: Josh Muss President Emeritus, Muss Development. Original tape date: July 25, 2022.
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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In 2019, at NYU's Violet Ball, Robert I. Grossman, MD, CEO of NYU Langone Health since 2017, was surprised to learn that the NYU School of Medicine had been renamed in his honor. Grossman talks about growing up poor, always working, and the positive effects of 'hard times' on him throughout his career. Dr. Grossman's story highlights the expansion of NYU Langone Health's quality primary and specialty care, in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Long Island. Recorded: 8/2/2022.
Topic: BuildingNY: New York Stories
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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 18, 2022 CUNY TV
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Before we kick off our fifth season, here are some friends we made this past season. Their stories underscore our mission to bring you the diverse perspectives that make up our world and ourselves. (5/6/2022)
Topic: Shades Of U.S.
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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
CUNY TV
May 1, 2022 CUNY TV
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Lots of things are happening in Westchester! After a decade of no/slow development, the County is experiencing growth in multi family development, an increase in major hospitals, and other diversified expansion. Suburban office occupancy is now close to 75%; migration to the suburbs has encouraged residential development in close-to-the-city, Westchester and Stamford. Guests discuss New Rochelle, Yonkers, Port Chester and Affordable Housing. Featured Guests: Jonathan Gertman Vice President, The...
Topic: The Stoler Report: New York's Business Report
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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
CUNY TV
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