TV Programming Spotlight: October 2020
Here's what's new on PhillyCAM.
In Philadelphia, Watch Us on Comcast Xfinity 66/966HD/967 and Verizon Fios 29/30. Everywhere on Roku, TV and PhillyCAM Live TV
How to Vote
Learn about mail-in voting and make sure you know your rights
What's At Stake? Hear from PCAM TV & radio producers about relevant social issues for civic engagement
Featuring PhillyCAM TV & Radio Producers of Polemics, Looking Forward Philadelphia, Nika Tlaka, Conversations Across Time, Genealogy Quick Start, Hall Monitor, Dos Puntos/Found in Translation, Turning Life Corners, The Trudy Haynes Show, 7 Figure Hustle
Having a Moment
Patricia Aufderhiede - American Univ., Antoine Haywood - Annenberg School of Communications Clemencia Rodriguez & Andrea Wetzel - Temple Univ., discuss how community media and community-centered journalism has become even more necessary during this national crisis and how to build on this moment to better serve our communities.
Moderated by Molly de Aguiar, Independence Public Media Foundation
Featuring Eleanor Boyer
In the 1970’s, when portable video was first available , Boyer focused on the realities of women’s place in society to provide realistic alternatives to female stereotypes that dominated mass media.
PPM Fest 2020
LIVE simulcast on radio & TV in celebration of Community Media Day and the anniversary of launching WPPM 106.5 FM Low Power Community Radio Station
We want you to ‘Hear Us Out!’
PhillyCam's only youth-produced radio show simulcast on TV. Tune in to each episode to hear youth perspectives on everything from music to politics.
Nonviolent civil disobedience training with Rev. Osagyefo Sekou & Lisa Fithian. learn how to dodge bullets, tear gas, pepper spray, protect yourself from batons and what to do if you are arrested. go deeper into mass resistance theory
Ways for kids to stay active and entertained at home.
Show devoted to black science fiction, fantasy and horror genres.
Featuring Geekspanic Heritage Month
About a DEA agent chasing after a dangerous drug dealer
A Series of Conversations on Race and Community Building
On Documenting Community Through Film & Journalism , The Power of Words, Queer Experiences in Black & Arab Communities, Youth & Race Education
A Growing Community
illustrates sustainability of city-wide gardening collaborations addressing issues such as food insecurity, environmental damage, re-entry from prison, teen education, jobs training and belonging, through partnerships with working solutions.
Virtual Event Planning
PCAM members Majanjeli Mejia Rabell, PHLAFF and Sarah Mueller, CineSPEAK, speak about their experiences transforming their events for virtual spaces.
Anneke Lucas describes the childhood sexual abuse she suffered from world leaders. She explains that creating a healthy society requires us to recognize the psychopathology of our political leaders.
Survivors are the original change agents. Join us for a community conversation about how gender justice practitioners in Philadelphia are organizing for survivor justice at the local level.
Moderated by Denise Beek, The 'me too.' Movement
- LaQuisha Anthony, V.O.I.C.E. Inc., WOAR Philadelphia Center Against Sexual Violence
- Farrah Parkes, Gender Justice Fund
- Preeti Pathak, Educators for Consent Culture (ECC), Coalition for Restaurant Safeety and Health (CRSH, PAVE advocate
- Amal Bass, Women's Law Project
A troubling result of generations of mistreatment and degradation African Americans have had to endure. Information on the effects and treatment for PTSS Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome.
Paddlers and spectators come to the Philadelphia International Dragon Boat festival each year to celebrate teamwork and the sport
Featuring The legendary House Diva, Lady Alma. Hosted by Nino Breeze and Persia Sound