TV Programming Spotlight: October 2019
Here's what's new on PhillyCAM. Discover recent specials & series.
In Philadelphia Watch Us on Comcast Xfinity 66/966HD/967 and Verizon 29/30. Everywhere on Roku, TV and PhillyCAM Live TV.
Conversation with Luminary Award Recipient Marcia Smith, President of Firelight Media and Dyana Williams, music industry trailblazer. These 2 cultural architects get into the layered dimensions of doing the work.
Documentation of the Disability Pride Millersville University event. Disability Pride is about creating community and feeling seen as a person with a disability.
Featuring insights, perspectives, and stories from individuals working to address the opioid epidemic across the NE region. This is not an exhaustive look at the crisis but another way to start conversation.
A collection of conversations with Philadelphians about the role money plays in our lives, and our relationship to it. Our city, like most US cities, shares money like a conversation. Some have it; some don't. This is the beginning of our conversation about real wealth and not Just Money.
Irish American Business Chamber 20th Anniversary is a story about the history of The IABCN, it's founder Bill McLaughlin, key events and personnel in the organizations history
How people have used yoga as part of their journey in recovery programs from serious addiction problems to a new life of well-being and emotional stability.
Attorney Steven Wigrizer interviews prominent community members to help educate and inform about important causes and outreach programs in Philadelphia.
Comedy and current events compilation show featuring interviews, stand up comedy and other entertainment.
After finding out his mother has lung Cancer, Ben is on the hunt to find his mother who is a crack addict. After years of molestation due to her addiction he has had enough.
When a wild ivy weed falls in love with a delicate fuchsia, he must suppress his poisonous persona in order for their love to flourish.
Rather than focus on one solution, the collective voice of the Black community is heard in the hopes that it may inform and inspire others on various subjects such as money, family & neighborhood.
Venezuelan artist and Philadelphia resident Henry Burmudez discusses his life and artwork
What does making art and staying vital at age 84 look like? Leroy Johnson, Philadelphian, has been making art and serving as an educator throughout his life, beginning with his childhood in Eastwick.
Community Media Recognition Awards Gala LIVE