TV Programming Spotlight: December 2017
Here's what's new on PhillyCAM. Discover recent specials & series. Watch us online and on channels Comcast 66/966HD or Verizon Fios 29/30 in Philly
Addresses concerns of health, education, culture, technology, and social issues affecting the Latino community within the Delaware Valley. Each show we also highlight local talent and gifted individuals (in Spanish and English)
The Ann Arbor Film Festival is the oldest avant-garde and experimental film festival in North America
Each episode of “Let’s Watch” focuses on a filmmaker from the Festival and their work
Conversation with the organizers and captains behind Philadelphia's soccer tournament, Unity Cup.
PhillyCAM Community Recognition Award Celebration at Taller Puertorriqueño including red carpet interviews
This specual episode showcases a few silent skits filmed in North philly. The skits are followed by some TwoThirdFilms produced music videos.
Cybernetic Redemption Entity 024 :
Sci-fi action 2D animation follows our protagonist, 024 Grayscale, the Savior that leads his oppressed race, the Servitoid, to freedom. Servitoid are a sentient robot race whom majority in slavery under Pieriso/Lipedtearen Empire.
TLC Conference 2017 Technology and Learning collaborative presents a conversation about generational differences using technology.
Highlights exhibited art works of PHiLAssembled collaborators, in conversation about the power of fiber/textile artistic expression to disseminate information, record history, share culture, and address socially relevant issues.
Church was the first place I wanted to go but the last place where I could be safe and set free.” Sometimes death isn’t the hardest thing to come face-to-face with, especially if your life has been theologized as doomed.
Pencil graffiti in Philadelphia Public Schools from the private collection of W.J. Sanders, brought to you by the Philadelphia Graffiti Journal,
Legendary comedian and civil rights activist Dick Gregory shares his insights into politics, health and popular culture in this interview recorded for Reelblack TV
Everett Terry and Kwame Fisher-Jones discuss the latest NBA news
Produced for the FMA course of Videography at Temple University
A Special Edition Episode Featuring Live Coverage of the "Shock The Globe Concert" with Live Performances from Up & Coming Philly Artists - Powered by Lifa Ent.
Featuring this Month
Sundays: Money Matters (regular timeslot Wed 11:00 am))
Mondays: WHO? Mag TV (regular timeslot Wed 11:00 pm)
Tuesdays: Phila Jazz Project Presents (regular timeslot Sun 7:00pm)
Wednesdays: My NEW Philly (regular timeslot Thurs 6:00pm)
Thursdays: Moonstone Arts Presents (regular timeslot Tues 6:30pm)
Fridays: Black Sci-fi TV (regular timeslot Thurs 6:30pm)
Saturdays: Dumpsta Players Presents (regular timeslot Sun 11:00pm)