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Host: Alysha Mae and Dana Denha
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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