May 2015

MOVE: 30 Years Later: A look at the people, politics, policies of a disaster

Join the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists as we recall the the events leading up to the MOVE Bombing in 1985 through the journalistic lens of the reporters and political leaders who covered the event. A look at what happened then, and a discussion to uncover if police and political relationships with the African Community have changed to prevent this tragedy from happening again? Featuring veteran reporters: Linn Washington, Barbara Grant, Pete Kane and Walt Hunter. Moderated by Vincent Thompson.

Saturdays at 3pm in June

Discussion with Doug Oliver

This is a candid conversation with mayoral candidate Doug Oliver on who he is and why he's running for mayor of Philadelphia.

By Chantá N. Barrett

Saturdays at 1pm in June


America's Enterprise

America's Enterprise Host Erica Collins reports from the Wall Street Project on "Athletes After the Game"

Sundays at 1pm in June


Scribe Documentary History Project for Youth presents: Philly Drums

Focusing on an aspect of the social, political & cultural history of Phila., the history of drumming in Philly is explored, including:  African percussion & shekeres, jazz, rock, hip-hop, orchestral, Afro-Caribbean & women drummers.

Sundays in June at 8:30pm


-- The Legacy of Rock Drumming in Philadelphia by Aneesah Islam (New Media Tech Charter School) & Olivia Johnson (Harriton High School)
-- Give The Drummer Something Real by Chris Neal (A. Philip Randolph Career and Technical High School)
-- African Drumming and Dancing: Marriage through the Ages by Gianna Smith (The Episcopal Academy)
-- Jazz Drumming by Edison Quinones-Vasquez (Frankford High School)
-- The Memory of Robert “Baba” Crowder by Kemi Jackson (Academy at Palumbo).

-- Taylor Accooe (Overbrook High School)
-- Ophelia Murrary (Imhotep Charter)
-- Josiah Scheidel (Homeschool)
-- Najah Moise (St. Veronica School)
-- Jasmine Tarver (Philadelphia High School for the Creative and Performing Arts).

PROJECT FACILITATORS: Bryan Green, Pamela Hooks, Karen Warrington



The Black Marilyn Show

An interview series hosted by Shakura Dorn-Baker (Black Marilyn). The show features music, artists, fashion designers, chefs and more

By Shakura Dorn-Baker & Jay Frye

Tuesdays at 10:30pm


Salt…Pepper –n- Memories

A “hot” new wellness show combining talk, music, dance, food, entertainment & education

By Ali Hackett

Wednesdays at 6:30pm

Tommy Smoov Comedy Showcase

Comedy club experience showcasing up and coming comics along with surprise performances both comic and musical

By Thomas McMillian

Wednesdays at 11:30pm

PhillyCAM Voices

This magazine-style news show is a pilot community news program produced by PhillyCAM producers in collaboration with the Public School Notebook. 

Segments in the first episode  look at police/community relationships, first-time immigrant voters, and important educational issues for the new mayor to address.

Mondays at 6:30pm