Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Podcast 201 at New Center

A short podcast created during a CTN workshop held at New Center in Ann Arbor on Wednesday, November 4, 2015. Guest include members of the workshop.



Special thanks to:

Allison Buck from the Arts Alliance

Mary Anna Dickinson from Community Day Care & Preschool

Mary Morris-Donaldson

Joan Mandell from Olive Branch Productions

Priscilla Spencer


Monday, January 12, 2015

On Air With CTN & The Arts Alliance!



This month’s exclusive CTN spotlight interview features The Arts Alliance with President & CEO, Deb Polich & Board Chair, Britany Affolter-Caine as they talk to us about the Arts Alliance mission and upcoming events. The Arts Alliance promotes leadership and creates opportunities for artists and cultural organizations that stimulate economic development and build strong, vibrant communities in our region.

Listen to learn more about The Arts Alliance!





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Monday, October 27, 2014

On Air with CTN 


CTN  Premieres Week of October 24-November 1

Channel 16
LIVE Cable Communications Commission Meeting, Tuesday, 10/28 at 7pm

LIVE Public Market Advisory Commission Meeting, Thursday, 10/30 at 5:30pm


Channel 17                                                               
Mistress Cemyra’s Sepulchre Cinema: “Night of the Squatch”, Community producer Michael Pilon presents this episode from a multi-genre, “Tales from the Crypt” style anthology series of short films, Sunday, 10/26  8PM 


Webster Fall Festival 2014, Community producer Joe Baublis presents highlights from the 33rd Annual event, held the fourth weekend of September 2014, Sunday, 10/26  7:30PM


Channel 18
Board of Education Community Forum: Whitmore Lake Annexation, Saturday, 10/25  7PM


Channel 19
Senior Moments – November 2014 Edition: Ira Lax of the Ann Arbor District Library discusses the Washtenaw Library for the Blind and new services available at the library. Sunday, 10/26 at 5pm


FYI - Special Halloween - FYI teamed up with Marter Paranormal Research Team to investigate a possible haunting at the Dixboro General Store. Learn about their haunted history and how it still affects present day on this spooktacular edition of FYI. Friday, October 24 @ 6pm & 10pm


Clip Frames – A behind the scenes look at the web series Aidan 5; Peter John Ross talks about film at the Colony Theater Film Festival., Tuesday, 10/28 at 8pm


Framelines – Gabrielle Burton; A visit to the set of The Sleeper., Tuesday, 10/28 at 8:30pm


The Road to Recovery – Showcase of Events 2014: Footage, photos and interviews of participants from events throughout the country during National Recovery Month., Tuesday, 10/28 at 9pm


Tuesday, October 21, 2014

On Air with CTN 

CTN Programming Premieres Week of October 17-23

Channel 16
LIVE City Council Special Session, Monday, 10/20 at 6pm
LIVE City Council Meeting, Monday, 10/20 at 7pm
LIVE Park Advisory Commission Meeting, Tuesday, 10/21 at 4pm
LIVE Planning Commission Meeting, Tuesday, 10/21 at 7pm

Channel 17                                                                        
Mistress Cemyra’s Sepulchre Cinema: “Dollhouse”, Community producer Michael Pilon presents this episode from a multi-genre, “Tales from the Crypt” style anthology series of short films, Sunday, 10/19  7:40 PM 
Atheists Speak Up, Community producer Marty Maier presents part two of a speech by Tom Shellberg, evolutionary biologist and author of Choosy Women, Cheating Men, Sunday, 10/19  8 PM

Channel 18
Board of Education Retreat-10/15/14, Sunday, 10/19  1 PM
LIVE: Board of Education, Wednesday, 10/22  7 PM
traveltelevision.org, Second Anniversary of Hurricane Sandy with features on volunteers, Sunday, 10/19  7 PM

Channel 19
Green Room – October 2014: "The Carbon Footprint of Water:  Pamela Labadie and Rebecca Esselman from the Huron River Watershed Council discuss how saving water saves energy.
FYI - Girls TEAM Summit at the Yankee Air Museum, Brandywine Cemetery, Friday, October 17 @ 6pm & 10pm
Conversations - With guest John Hieftje, Mayor, Thursday, October 23rd @ 5:30
Huron @ Pioneer Football from 10/17/14 PREMIERE, Tuesday, 10/21 at 8pm 

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

On Air with CTN: October 2014

Art Work From AAWA
Host: Alysha Mae and Dana Denha

Vickie Peterson-Michalak &
Barbara Goodsit of AAWA

This month’s exclusive spotlight features Ann Arbor Women Artists with President Barbara Goodsitt, Non-juried Coordinator & Member Vickie Peterson-Michalak as they discuss AAWA's history and upcoming events. Listen to learn where and when to view artwork created by local artists at CTN and other community locations!

Gov TV Channel 16:
Where Ann Arbor watches its city in action! Coverage includes City Council, Zoning Board of Appeals, Energy Commission and much more.

Visit A2gov.org/ctn to watch live or on demand.

Public Access Channel 17:
• Community producer and amateur historian, Dennis Skupinski presented Michigan World War 1 Centennial New Report.
• Community producer, Dan Bifano presented The Dan Bifano Show live every Tuesday at 8 pm on Public Access Channel 17.
• Community producer and bishop, Dave Chikosi presented various books of the bible during his weekly sermon held at Grace Christian Fellowship International Church in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
• Community producer and pastor, Johnnie Joplin presented various books of the bible and sermons on Teaching in the Word.
• Community producer and Michigan Atheist member, Marty Maier presented Atheist Speak Up.
• Community producer Dan Reeves presented The Backyard Show
• Community producer James Dickson presented Michigan Mania Miles of Smiles.  
• Access Ann Arbor showcased St. Vladimir Orthodox Church and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc, Delta Psi Omega Chapter of Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.
• Soapbox showcased United Way ofWashtenaw County Volunteer Center, Resident Laurel Federbush, St. Vladimir Orthodox Church’s 2014Russian Festival, 2014 Buddy Walk presented by Down Syndrome Support Team, Dawn Farm's Education and Teens Using Drugs Series, Sierra Club of Huron Valley and Kathy Guerreso speaking about Chiropractic Health.

View all Channel 17 production via live stream or on demand. 

Education Channel 18:
• Ann Arbor Public School’s Board of Education meetings will air live on Wednesday, September 10th at 7 pm on education channel 18.

For more channel 18 programs, replay schedules visit A2gov.org/ctn and view live streaming of channel 18.

CitiTV Channel 19:
FYI offers an inside look at the Redbud’s production of 4000 Miles, Ann Arbor Fire Department’s 125th Anniversary and an original spooktacular Halloween haunting.
Senior Moments Moments presents Pittsfield Casino Potluck, a double dipping event with food and games.
Conversations brings you a one-on-one discussion with outgoing Mayor John Hieftje premiering Thursday, October 23rd.
Ward Talk features Ward 5 Council Member Mike Anglin
Green Room sits down with Pamela Labadie and Rebecca Esselman from Huron River Watershed Council discussing how saving water saves energy.
CitiTV Sports presents Football Skyline at Huron on Friday October 3 at 7pm and Huron at Pioneers on Tuesday October 21 at 8pm. And Volleyball Huron at Skyline on Thursday October 9 at 8pm and Pioneer at Huron on Thursday October 23 at 8pm.
Candidates Comment begins with the Mayoral speeches, on Tuesday, October 7 at 8 p.m, and end with Board of Education at 8:15 p.m.
Ann Arbor Area League of Women Voters presents Candidates Forums airing live; Mayoral
Candidates Forum live Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m., 22nd Circuit Court Judge Candidates Forum live Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 8 p.m, County Probate Judge Candidates Forum live Wednesday, Oct. 8 at 9 p.m., County Board of Commissioners Candidates Forum live Thursday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m., State Senator District 18 Candidates Forum live Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 7 p.m., State Representative - Districts 53 and 55 Candidates Forum live Tuesday, Oct. 14 at 8 p.m., Washtenaw Community College Board of Trustees Candidates Forum live Wednesday, Oct. 15 at 7 and 8:30 p.m. and Board of Education Candidates Forum live Thursday, Oct. 16 at 7 and 8:30 p.m.


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Thursday, August 28, 2014

On Air with CTN: September 2014

Art Work From Teaching in the Word
Host: Alysha Mae and Dana Denha


This month's exclusive spotlight features community producer, minister and the 2013 CTN producer of the year, Johnnie Joplin. Her production Teaching in the Word offers insight and understanding to different passages of the bible. Listen to learn more!

Johnnie Joplin
Gov TV Channel 16:
Where Ann Arbor watches its city in action! Coverage includes Commission on Disability issues, Public Market Advisory, Energy Commission

Visit A2gov.org/ctn to watch live or on demand.

Public Access Channel 17:
• Community producer and amateur historian, Dennis Skupinski presented Michigan World War 1 Centennial New Report.
• Community producer, Dan Bifano presented The Dan Bifano Show live every Tuesday at 8 pm on Public Access Channel 17.
• Community producer and bishop, Dave Chikosi presented various books of the bible during his weekly sermon held at Grace Christian Fellowship International Church in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
• Community producer and pastor, Johnnie Joplin presented various books of the bible and sermons on Teaching in the Word.
• Community producer and Michigan Atheist member, Marty Maier presented Atheist Speak Up.
• Community producer Dan Reeves presented The Backyard Show featuring the JLB band.
• CTN’s Phil & Elinor presented Touring Tree Town featuring Carriage House Theatre and Paint Dexter. 
• Soapbox showcased, Ozone House’s Harvest of Hope Fundraiser, Dawn Farms Education Series and Jamboree, Colors of Cancer 5K Open House, Sierra Club of Huron Valley and Kathy Guerreso speaking about Chiropractic Health.

View all Channel 17 production via live stream or on demand. 

Education Channel 18:
• Ann Arbor Public School’s Board of Education meetings will air live on Wednesday, September 10th at 7 pm on education channel 18.
Huron High school students from Mr.Fox’s class showcase short videos, produced during the 2013 to 2014 school year. Watch the special premiere of student work on Huron High Presents Tuesday, September 9th at 8 pm on channel 18.

For replay schedules visit A2gov.org/ctn and live streaming of channel 18.

CitiTV Channel 19:
 FYI offers an inside look at the Ann Arbor’s Climate Plan, Solar Ypsi and Dog Swim Days at Buhr Park Pool.
• Conversations brings you a one-on-one discussion with John Seto Ann Arbor Chief of Police replaying until September 10.
• Senior Moments Moments presents a tribute to Connie Craft, a former Senior Moments host, who passed away in June. Co-worker Carolyn Siebers, shares personal stories and memories about Connie.
• Happy Tails is CTN’s partnership with the Humane Society of Huron Valley. This month features a special pet adoption episode.

Green Room sits down with Brenda Bentley, author of River Walks Ann Arbor, discussing the natural and cultural history of the Argo Pond area.
CitiTV Sports features Field Hockey Pioneer at Huron premiering Friday, September 5 at 7 pm, Men’s Water Polo Huron at Skyline on Thursday, September 11 at 8 pm and Huron at Pioneer on Friday, September 19 at 7 pm and finishing it off with men’s soccer pioneer at skyline on Thursday, September 25 at 8 pm.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

On Air with CTN: August 2014

Artwork by Rob Cross
Host: Alysha Mae and Dana Denha


August's exclusive spotlight showcases Ann Arbor resident Bonnie Gabowitz as the newest host of a CTN original series Ward Talk. She discusses her past experiences as a television host as she prepares for her  first show airing August 20 on CitiTV channel 19.  Listen to learn more!
Bonnie Gabowitz

Gov TV Channel 16:
Where Ann Arbor watches its city in action! Coverage includes everything from Greenbelt Advisory, Cable Communications Commission, City Council and much more.

Visit A2gov.org/ctn to watch live or on demand.

Public Access Channel 17:
• Community producer and amateur historian, Dennis Skupinski presented Michigan World War 1 Centennial New Report.
• Community producer, Dan Bifano presented The Dan Bifano Show live every Tuesday at 8 pm on Public Access Channel 17.
• Community producer and bishop, Dave Chikosi presented various books of the bible during his weekly sermon held at Grace Christian Fellowship International Church in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
• Community producer and pastor, Johnnie Joplin presented various books of the bible and sermons on Teaching in the Word.
• Community producer and Michigan Atheist member, Marty Maier presented Atheist Speak Up.
•  Community producer and comedian Robert Hornbacker Jr. presented Get Dogs Pumped and Michigan Tough.
• Community producer and Pastor, James Dickson presented Fitness Fellowship at U of M, We are the Fitness Fellowship and the Wedding of Ja’Qkia Mathis & DeJuan Lasenby.
• Dawn Farm Education Series presented The History of Alcoholics Anonymous by James Balmer, Dawn Farm’s President.
• Community Producer, Patricia McLauglin presented a promo for the Ann Arbor Garden Club. 
Soapbox showcased, American Red Cross Swim Across Plus, Fitness Fellowship, Second Baptist  Church in Ypsilanti, Carriage House Theatre and resident Elian Rumman speaking about the Israeli conflicts.

View all Channel 17 production via live stream or on demand. 

Education Channel 18:
• University of Michigan's Physics Department presents Saturday Morning Physics.

For replay schedules visit A2gov.org/ctn and live streaming of channel 18.

CitiTV Channel 19:
FYI offers an inside look at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, Great Lakes Zoological Society and Ozone House’s- A Harvest of Hope Fundraiser.
Conversations brings you a one-on-one discussion with Susan Pollay, Executive Director of the Downtown Development Authority.
Senior Moments features an in-depth interview with Ron Gardner, a former president of Ann Arbor Kiwanis, discusses the “Eliminate Project” to help eliminate maternal/neonatal tetanus across the world.
Happy Tails is CTN’s partnership with the Humane Society of Huron Valley. This month features a special pet adoption episode.

Watch all CitiTV production on demand. Visit A2gov.org/ctn for program schedules and live streaming.

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Friday, June 27, 2014

On Air with CTN: July 2014

Artwork by Townie Street Party
Host: Alysha Mae and Dana Denha


Maureen Riley Executive Director of
Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original.
July's exclusive spotlight showcases Maureen Riley Executive Director of Ann Arbor Street Art Fair the Original discussing the annual Townie Street Party and it's newest event the Dart for Art Mile Run. Listen to learn more!

Gov TV Channel 16:
Where Ann Arbor watches its city in action! Coverage includes everything from Planning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals, City Council and much more. Visit A2gov.org/ctn to watch live or on demand.

Public Access Channel 17:
• Community producer, Dave Chappell presented Festifools & FoolMoon productions.
• Community producer and bishop, Dave Chikosi presented various books of the bible during his weekly sermon held at Grace Christian Fellowship International Church in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
• Community producer and pastor, Johnnie Joplin presented various books of the bible and sermons on Teaching in the Word.
• Community producer and Michigan Atheist member, Marty Maier presented Atheist Speak Up.
• Community producer and amateur historian, Dennis Skupinski presented the Michigan World War 1 Centennial New Report.
• Community producer, Rod Casey & Washtenaw Country Democratic Party presented Getting to Know Dave with Representative Dave Rutledge.
• Community producer, Dan Bifano presented The Dan Bifano Show live every Tuesday at 8 pm on Public Access Channel 17.
• Community producer and Pastor, James Dickson presented Abyssinian Installation Service for Co-Pastor Brandon R. Clark. 
• Access Ann Arbor featured Penny Seats Theater: Elektra.
• Community Producer, Charles Campbell presented Michigan Goes Organic.View public access program schedules and watch live on CTN Channel 17.

Education Channel 18:
Skyline High School's Communication, Media and Public Policy videos.
Washtenaw Community College presents WCC 2014 Graduation.
• University of Michigan's Physics Department presents Saturday Morning Physics.
• Listen along to learn Spanish, French and German by Annenberg Media.

For replay schedules visit A2gov.org/ctn and live streaming of channel 18.

CitiTV Channel 19:
Candidates Comment on Sunday, July 6 at 8 PM.
The League of Women Voters presents the 2014 Candidate Forums live on CTN channel 19 beginning at 7 PM on July 7, July 8 and July 9.
Ann Arbor Art Fair coverage the whole week of Art Fair.
FYI features a special Art Fair editions.
Conversations brings you a one-on-one discussion with John Seto Ann Arbor’s Chief of Police on July 16th at 6:30 PM and Susan Pollay, Executive Director of the Downtown Development Authority on July 30th at 6:30 PM.
Senior Moments features an in-depth interview with Marsha Chamberlin of the Ann Arbor Art Commission on the Coleman Jewett Foundation in honor of late Coleman Jewett.

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Thursday, May 29, 2014

On Air with CTN: June 2014

Artwork by The Legacies Project
Host: Alysha Mae and Melissa Bondy


June's exclusive spotlight showcases The Legacies Project and Skyline High School'sCommunication, Media
Pat Jenkins & Jimmy Rhoades.
and Public Policy (CMPP) Magnet
featuring The Legacies Project Co-Founder Jimmy Rhoades and Leader Teacher of CMPP Pat Jenkins as they discuss four years of working together to create a unique and outstanding experience for youth and senior citizens. Listen to learn more!

Gov TV Channel 16:
Where Ann Arbor watches its city in action! Coverage includes everything from City Council, cable Communications Commission, Disability Issues and much more. Visit A2gov.org/ctn to watch live or on demand.

Public Access Channel 17:
• Community producer, Dave Chappell presented Recipes for Success: Selling Products to Local Co-Ops with Whole foods and Thinks Local First of Washtenaw County.
• Community producer and bishop, Dave Chikosi presented various books of the bible during his weekly sermon held at Grace Christian Fellowship International Church in Ypsilanti, Michigan.
• Community producer and pastor, Johnnie Joplin presented various books of the bible and sermons on Teaching in the Word.
• Community producer and Michigan Atheist member, Marty Maier presented Atheist Speak Up: A Speech about Greece verse Galloway. 
• Community producer and amateur historian, Dennis Skupinski presented the Michigan World War 1 Centennial New Report Home Front: Kalamazoo County Part 2.
• Community producer, David Knight presented Kitchen Table Classroom with the Family Learning Institute.
• Community producer, Dan Bifano presented The Dan Bifano Show live every Tuesday at 8 pm on Public Access Channel 17.
• Community producer and Pastor, James Dickson presented Fitness Fellowship at Michigan State University.
Community Producer and musician, Laurence Miller presented his feature film Growing Grapes for the Future. 
• University of Michigan's Physics Department presents Saturday Morning Physics

For replay schedules visit A2gov.org/ctn and live streaming of channel 18.

CitiTV Channel 19:
FYI features C-SPAN at Pioneer High School, Author Robert Moss discusses dreams and his new book The Boy Who Died & Came Back and the Leslie Science & Nature Center’s Critter House.
Conversations brings you a one-on-one discussion with Chuck Warpehoski from the Ann Arbor City Council Ward 5 on Wednesday May 28 at 6:30 p.m.
Senior Moments features an in-depth interview with Carol Presley, Coordinator of the Pittsfield Township Senior Center.

Watch all CitiTV production on demand. Visit A2gov.org/ctn for program schedules and live streaming.

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