Programming

Not Enough Pay to Survive

Watch the latest film from Deutsche Welle's documentary series "In Focus".

Though he has a full-time position as a forklift operator, dock worker Dennis Ohm doesn’t earn enough to support his family. Anke Betram is a self-employed midwife, but has a second job at a health farm.

They are both among the growing number of Germans who work full-time but need a second job to make ends meet. Many of them now work as much as 60 to 70 hours a week. These cases will be familiar to many Americans suffering the same fate: not enough pay to survive.

December 11th, Tuesday at 6:00 PM

FCC Open Internet Roundtables

The FCC received more than four million public comments for their upcoming deliberations on net neutrality. The FCC is now holding a series of Roundtables on these Open Internet issues as the commission develops a regulatory framework that will shape the internet of the future.

Tune in for these live roundtables on Marin TV's Education Channel (Comcast 30 / AT&T 99). The programs will also be scheduled for replays at a later date.

Effective Enforcement of Open Internet Requirements
Friday, September 19
7 - 9:30 AM

Technological Aspects of an Open Internet
Friday, September 19
10:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Economics of Broadband: Market Successes and Market Failures
Thursday, October 2
Time TBD

Internet Openness and the Law
Tuesday, October 7
Time TBD

See the FCC site for more info

Democracy Now! "Expanding the Debate"

Watch Democracy Now's "Expanding the Debate" program held at the Osher Jewish Community Center, Tuesday October 16th, crewed by CMCM staff and members. The special featured Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein and Justice Party nominee Rocky Anderson responding to the same questions posed to President Obama and Mitt Romney in the final debate of the campaign. In addition, there was a pre-debate segment included Ai-jen Poo of the National Domestic Workers Alliance, University of San Francisco Professor Stephen Zunes, and Norman Solomon, co-founder of RootsAction.org.

Sausalito People Series playlist

Keep up with the Sausalito People series with this series playlist.

Sausalito People is a great way to hear from interesting people living among us in Sausalito. Each
program in the series features a local resident talking about his or her work, area of expertise, or
adventures and experiences.

2018 Marin TV Candidate Debates and Forums

Stay informed with the upcoming June 2018 races by watching the League of Women Candidate Debates on Marin TV's Education Channel 30.



District 5 Board of Supervisors Candidate Debate:

Sunday 05/13 1 PM Channel 30
Monday 05/14 3 PM Channel 30
Saturday 05/19 3 PM Channel 30
Wednesday 05/23 8 PM Channel 30
Sunday 05/27 3 PM Channel 30
Thursday 05/31 6 PM Channel 30
Saturday 06/02 6 PM Channel 30

District Attorney Candidate Forum:

Sunday 05/13 2 PM Channel 30
Tuesday 05/15 8:30 PM Channel 30
Saturday 05/19 1 PM Channel 30
Wednesday 05/23 9 PM Channel 30
Sunday 05/27 4 PM Channel 30
Wednesday 05/30 5:30 PM Channel 30
Saturday 06/02 4 PM Channel 30

LWV: CA Propositions 05.12.18

Sunday 05/20 3 PM Channel 30
Tuesday 05/22 5:30 PM Channel 30
Thursday 05/24 3 PM Channel 30
Saturday 05/26 1 PM Channel 30
Tuesday 05/29 7:30 PM Channel 30
Thursday 05/31 3 PM Channel 30

Portraits from the Occupation

Occupy Wall Street celebrates it's first year on September 17th and Marin TV marks the occasion with an insightful series on Occupy Oakland.

Portraits from the Occupation is an artist project by Alex Abramovich and Lucy Raven. The project comprises a series of video interviews with sixteen individuals involved with or impacted by Occupy Oakland. The interviews were recorded in March and April 2012 and include a diversity of community voices - from organizers to the mayor. Originally featured at the Oakland Museum and presented on television for the first time by Marin TV.

Watch Pacifics Games - Live

Unable to come the San Rafael Pacifics Baseball Games? Want to watch some games from home? Watch the games live on Marin TV’s Education Channel Comcast 30 and ATT U-Verse 99.

The Pacifics games will be broadcast with the help of Dominican University students and local high school students in the sports broadcast training program provided by the CMCM, Dominican University and the Intel Computer Clubhouse.

For more information about our sports training program and the schedule of games broadcasting live visit: http://cmcm.tv/camp.

Here is a schedule of games playing live on Marin TV’s Education Channel:

June 27th, 7PM – Pacifics vs. Hawai’i Stars
July 4th, 1PM – Pacifics vs. Na Koa Ikaika
July 25th, 7PM – Pacifics vs. East Bay Lumberjacks
July 30th, 7PM – Pacifics vs. Sonoran Explorers

An Interview with filmmakers of "All of me"

Chelis Lopez interviews La Patrona, Guadalupe Gonzalez, Director Arturo González Villaseñor, Director of Photography Antonio Mecalco and Painter Claudio Talavera-Ballon, talking about the film premiere "All of Me" and the exhibition "Mujeres Luz" a painting series inspired by the documentary.

Mexico shares with the US the biggest border between the first and the third world US border. That makes the bridge of thousands of migrants crossing the country mounted on the back of the train “The Beast,” exposed to all the dangers. There, they find the “Patronas,” a group of Mexican women that prepare warm food and water for the migrants riding the train.

LWV 2nd Congressional District Debate

The 12 registered candidates for the newly-drawn 2nd United States Congressional District participated in a debate at the Angelico Hall on the Dominican University of California campus. The candidates are, in alphabetical order: Susan Adams, Andy Caffrey, Brooke Clarke, William Courtney, Larry Fritzlan, Michael Halliwell, Jared Huffman, Stacey Lawson, John Lewallen, Tiffany Renee, Dan Roberts, and Norman Solomon. To find a full schedule of our debate coverage click on: http://cmcm.tv/elections. WED, MAY 9TH, 6PM GOVERNMENT CHANNEL

Braceros

The Bracero program from 1942 through 1964 allowed Mexican nationals to take temporary agricultural work in the United States. Over the program’s 22-year life, more than 4.5 million Mexican nationals were legally contracted for work in the US (some individuals returned several times on different contracts). The is the story of the Braceros of Tlaxcalo, Mexico and their fight for their unpaid wages.

FEBRUARY 6TH
WEDNESDAY AT 3PM
COMMUNITY CHANNEL

FEBRUARY 9TH
SATURDAY AT 8PM
COMMUNITY CHANNEL

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