Programming

What Happened to Al Jazeera English?

You may have noticed that starting August 20th Al Jazera English programming disappeared from our schedule. This is due to the launch of the Al Jazeera America Network and various cable operator agreements in regards to carriage elsewhere. To watch Al Jazeera's new channel, check your local listings, they're taking over channels currently broadcasting Current TV, or visit http://america.aljazeera.com/

In Marin you can see the Al Jazeera America Network on Comcast 107 if you have the digital 'enhanced' package. Satellite subscribers will find the channel at DIRECTV Channel 358 and DISH Network Channel 215. AT&T U-verse and Time Warner customers are out of luck as both systems have refused to carry the new Al Jazeera channel. If you watched Al Jazeera's live web streams in the past, you will now need to be a cable or DBS subscriber to access those streams.

Straight from Tijuana comes Transmedios TV

Llega a Marin directo desde Tijuana, Tranmedios TV, con un enfoque en arte multimedia, cine, video, exposiciones y conciertos creados por la juentud del area de Tijuana y San Diego.

Todos los Domingos de 1 - 2PM y los Lunes de 6 - 8PM en el canal Educativo Comcast 30 y en A&TT U-verse canal 99.

Visita www.transmedios.tv para encontrar mas informacion.

Now on Marin TV, straight from Tijuana, Mexico, comes Transmedios TV. A selection of shows focused on multimedia art, film, exhibitions, and concerts created by the youth of Tijuana and San Diego.

Every Sunday from 1-3PM and Mondays from 6-8PM on Education Channel 30 and AT&T U-Verse 99.

Learn more about this thriving project by visiting www.transmedios.tv

Marin Media Lecture Series

Check out our latest Marin Media Lecture Series! The program features Jason Benlevi discussing his book Too Much Magic with KGO radio host Peter B. Collins and Sarah Houghton, Director of the San Rafael Public Library.

Environmental Forum Lecture Series

Take a close look at issues revolving around Climate Change, Food, and Waste with innovative lectures from the Environmental Forum of Marin. The Lecture Series is a dynamic look at some of today's most pressing environmental challenges. Speakers will review the science underlying these topics and explore what we can do as individuals to meet the challenges facing us.

The Best of IJ Lobby Lounge on Marin TV

CMCM, in partnership with the Marin Independent Journal, co-produced The Best of Lobby Lounge -- a night of live music by some of Marin's most talented teens and young adults performing country, rock, pop and more.

The show features singer-songwriters Noa Zimmerman, Alison Wood, Rose Paradise, Keeley Valentino, Caroline Sky; the a capella group ‘Til Dawn; and the rock bands Matt Jaffe and the Distractions, Canopy and Ridgway. It is hosted by IJ reporter Paul Liberatore.

The Best of IJ Lobby Lounge on the Education Channel 30
Sunday, May 15 - 8 PM
Friday, May 20 - 8 PM

Voices of People's History

Author Howard Zinn is honored at the NY Society for Ethical Culture, where actors, activists and authors read excerpts from his book, Voices of a People's History of the United States.

January 16th at 5PM
COMMUNITY CHANNEL

LWV Marin 2015 Candidate Debates

Recently we covered the League of Women Voters (LWV) local government debates. You can now watch the 2015 Marin candidate debates online and find the upcoming cable schedule right here. Watch on Comcast Ch30 and AT&T Ch99.




LWV Debate - Tamalpais High School District Watch Now

+ Mon 10/5/2015 6:00:00 pm Channel 30
+ Sun 10/11/2015 5:00:00 pm Channel 30
+ Thu 10/15/2015 7:00:00 pm Channel 30
+ Sun 10/25/2015 2:30:00 pm Channel 30
+ Thu 10/29/2015 12:00:00 pm Channel 30
+ Sun 11/1/2015 2:00:00 pm Channel 30
+ Mon 11/2/2015 3:00:00 pm Channel 30

LWV Debate - Mill Valley City Council 2015 Watch Now

+ Fri 10/9/2015 7:00:00 pm Channel 30
+ Sat 10/17/2015 2:30:00 pm Channel 30
+ Tue 10/20/2015 7:00:00 pm Channel 30
+ Sun 10/25/2015 1:00:00 pm Channel 30
+ Sat 10/31/2015 11:30:00 am Channel 30
+ Sun 11/1/2015 4:30:00 pm Channel 30
+ Mon 11/2/2015 7:00:00 pm Channel 30

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.

Syndicate content