TV Programming Spotlight: December 2018

Here's what's new on PhillyCAM. Discover recent specials & series. 
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Kulu Mele 2017
Kulu Mele

Kulu Mele African Dance & Drum Ensemble premieres new show, “From Mali to America,” at the Kurtz Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia.   

Produced with PhillyCAM
Mondays at 1:30pm in December
Hecho en América
Caravana Migrante

Caravana Migrante, el éxodo centroamericano

Laura Carlsen recibe en el estudio de Rompeviento TV a Walter Cuello, coordinador de la Caravana Migrante de Honduras junto a Wendy Rodríguez y Gilberto Sosamontes, integrantes de la caravana. 

Laura Carlsen hosted Walter Cuello, coordinator of the Migrant Caravan from Honduras in the Rompeviento TV studio, along with participants Wendy Rodríguez y Gilberto Sosamontes.

Produced by Rompeviento Television
Mondays at 2:30pm in December
GAHSP presents
George Spiro Giordas

We Danced to His Music All Night Long

An Interview with the Leader of the George Spiro Giordas Orchestra

His band’s Greek musical influence covers 3 generations

Produced by Greek American Heritage Society of Philadelphia
Wednesdays at 2:30pm
New Series
What School Could Be
What School Could Be

A conversation with Ted Dintersmith and Nadia Han, hosted by the Revolution School.

Produced with PhillyCAM
Wednesdays at 3:00pm in December
International Game
International Game

Craig Christian interviews International Basketball player Garrett Williamson. Garrett talks about playing basketball internationally and becoming MVP.


Produced by Craig Christian & Tim Millaway
Thursdays at 2pm in December
TLC Keynote 2018
TLC 2017

Digital Pulse of Phila
Technology & Learning Collaborative conversation on digital inclusion. Featuring: Eliza Pollack, moderator, Nikki Pumphrey, Welcoming Center, Edison Freire, JEVS, Erich Smith, Project Home & Tobey Dichter, Generations On Line

Produced with PhillyCAM
Thursdays at 2:30 pm in December
Street Sh!t
Street Sh!t

Charles hits the streets again for a midterm election extravaganza

Produced by Charles Steele
Fridays at 12:30am in December
Bread & Puppet
Bread & Puppet

Features Songstress Mary Go Round;  Poets Scott Norman and Sylvia Manning; Zero Degrees Cantastoria by B&P Puppeteers; Go-go Girl Cantastoria by Clare Dolan;  LIFE LITTLE LIFE, new full-length piece by Peter Schumann. 

Produced by ORCA Community Media
Fridays at 1pm in December
Producers Circle
Social Media & Your Show

Crewed by the TV Studio Workshop Students featuring PhillyCAM Producers talking about how they use social media to promote their shows. Hosted by Gabe Castro ft. special guest speaker Léa van der Tak.

Produced by PhillyCAM
Saturdays at 12pm
New episode
Fresh Show Films Present:
Fresh Show Films

Featuring Comedy Short Film 'Hot Ticket,' 

Siblings Gus and Mary navigate a small town turned against them after a public screw-up.

Produced by Roland Boyden
Fridays at 9:30pm
New Series
You Matter To Me
You Matter To Me

6-Faith-Based Films

An Inspiring collection of films based on the scripture Matthew 25:35-36 to remind us we are our brothers keeper

Directed by: Naomi Poremba, Katherine Manchester, Xavier Wolf, Margaret Moon-Taylor, Maurice Chism & David Thompson.

Produced by Marcus Siler
Saturdays at 8pm in December
logo - Cammy  Award logo

Second Annual Community Recognition Awards Ceremony & Red Carpet Interviews.

Followed by Awardees  giving their insight on the projects that led to their success.

Produced by PhillyCAM
Saturdays at 10pm in December
& Tuesdays at 2pm in December
Let’s Get Coffee
Let’s Get Coffee

Explore how Amalgam Comics and Coffeehouse in Kensington creates community and connection through its coffee.

Produced by Malaika Carpenter, Elizabeth Estrada, Colin Merrick
Sundays at 12:30pm in December

3D animated cartoon set in the year 1992. 12 year old, Marques Sharper Jr (Marky for short) is stuck with a bad haircut on his first day of middle school.


Produced by Ricky Clover
Sundays at 12:45 pm in December
Wideangle Youth Media Showcase
Wide Angle

Cultivating and amplifying the voices of Baltimore youth through media arts. 
Providing Baltimore youth and communities with the media education and resources to represent themselves.

Produced by Wide Angle
Sundays at 4pm in December