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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