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Friday, August 19, 2022

Time PhillyCAM Channel 1
Overnight 
12:00 am
Producer's Pick - music videos
 
12:30 am
BIPOC Communities - Research Talk
with Antoine Haywood emphasizing community media’s contemporary relevance while articulating the significance of how urban Black, Indigenous & People of Color engage in local storytelling & social equity building through our centers.
 
1:30 am
Native American Music - videos
Celebrate the rich music heritage of the nation's first people. The National Assoc of Native American music is committed to preserving the past and promoting the future of Native music culture.
 
2:00 am
Know Your Workplace Rights - Wages & Harassment
Community Legal Services informs all workers, including immigrants and low-wage workers, of their workplace rights and how to enforce them, and how to get help if they need it.
 
2:25 am
Crisis & Opportunity - PA Stands UP Forum 01
COVID-19 crisis exposes failures of a system that puts profits & power of a few over wellbeing of the many. Varshini Prakash, of the Sunrise Movement on how this moment presents an opportunity for massive systemic change
 
3:29 am
Crisis & Opportunity - PA Stands UP Forum 02
Discussion of Worker struggles in the context of COVID-19. Essential workers risk their for low wages, millions have lost their jobs & healthcare and the government response has been inadequate.
 
4:30 am
4:44 am
Employment & Disability - Conversations
Sierra Group hosts discussion on Disability Employment with Expert & Advocate Jill Fisher, Esq. Topics include how to hire, recruit, retain workers with disabilities, Government financial incentives & diversity hiring goals.
 
5:30 am
5:30 am
The Shift - 07 War Against Workers
Amazon whistleblower and labor rights activist, Chris Smalls, discusses the grueling working conditions of working as a warehouse employee and exposes Amazon’s tactics on how they silence people who question their authority.
 
5:56 am
Art Factory Project 2013 - Decarcerate PA: Werk
Stop motion animation breaks down the Prison Industrial Complex & the work of Decarcerate PA
 
5:59 am
Finding Sanctuary - Stories from the Community
The country seems more divided & complex. We are flooded with digital information. What can we do to find moments of calm, inner peace & optimism? Many find strength in community.
 
6:30 am
6:56 am
Practical Abolition - 1 Reducing Gun Violence
Resources for Communities Not Cops, Staking out a creative path in lifting up alternatives to policing and exploring programs that could reduce street violence.
 
7:00 am
7:00 am
Spiritual wisdom is the cure for life's challenges With Pastor Glen Spaulding
 
7:30 am
7:30 am
Strata: Portraits of Humanity - Archaeology Video News 96
A young Pennsylvania Quaker farmer experiences the despair of a Confederate prison camp; traditional Iranian cowboys, a vanishing breed, protect cattle from predators.
 
8:00 am
8:00 am
Democracy Now! LIVE - every weekday
An independent news program features international journalists, grassroots leaders, independent analysts, as well as ordinary people directly affected by world events and U.S. policy. With Amy Goodman
 
9:00 am
9:00 am
STEM Forward - 08 Bioengineering
A discussion of STEM Education and the careers it can lead to. This week's discussion is on careers in Bioengineering. How parents can help their children achieve their goals in STEM.
 
10:00 am
10:00 am
The Queens Lair - 24: Covid Effects Pt.1
Covid 19 has impacted everyone across the globe and each story is unique. This 3-part series will highlight the experiences of our guests and how they overcame victoriously.
 
10:30 am
10:35 am
Pirate TV - Green New Deal
A longtime environmental and social justice activist Randy Mandell is currently works on expanding our understanding of public money as an essential tool to achieving a a Jobs Guarantee and other key progressive policy objectives.
 
12:00 pm
12:00 pm
New Horizons Learning Series - 01: Drug & Alcohol Treatment
A facilitated conversation with subject-matter experts from Caron Treatment Centers about the impact of the pandemic on Drug and Alcohol use..
 
12:30 pm
12:42 pm
Villager - by Madeline Avarese
A short film based on the lack of resources, funding, and issues facing public education and the arts.
 
1:00 pm
1:00 pm
I Luv 2 Hustle - 27 Kamaria Tilley
Our family friendly show brings people together though Dance. Each line dance, chair exercise & Ballroom step is instructed with emphasis on fitness by moving to music & having a good time.
 
1:30 pm
1:59 pm
Ask Dr. Love - 03 Superbowl of Love
Dr. Love interviews two of his first singles, Angels of Love, who are now successful and happily married.
 
3:00 pm
3:00 pm
The Leading Question - 15: inner city youth problems
Hameen Diggins talks about challenges involving gun violence and conflict resolution
 
3:30 pm
3:30 pm
Television Courtroom - 72: August 2022
Host Michael Coard breaking down current legal issues
 
4:30 pm
4:30 pm
Youth Powered Media - 27 Saul Talk 04
Natural Resources Management students at W.B. Saul HS of Agricultural Sciences share information on the myths and messages around tap water and bottled water.
 
5:00 pm
5:00 pm
Madre Tierra - 71: June 24, 2022
 
6:00 pm
6:00 pm
Producer's Toolbox - 08 Actor-Prepping
Top casting directors give direction for actors aiming for work in major feature films and television series.
 
6:28 pm
Equally Informed Philly - PSA
cierra la brecha de información al ofrecer un servicio de texto SMS gratuito disponible en inglés y español donde puede hacer preguntas relacionadas con los servicios de la ciudad, los recursos o los problemas del vecindario.
 
6:30 pm
6:30 pm
Producer's Circle - 19: Hosting
Producers Kellie Miles of Queen's Lair and Carole Adrienne of Producer's Toolbox share their tips and advice on how to be a great host.
 
7:00 pm
7:01 pm
27ONWARD - Dancing in the Revolution
Improvised dance conceived & performed by Jonathan Stein. With text written by CA Conrad & Meta Score by Ari Benjamin Meyers. Originally created for REHEARSING PHILADELPHIA, Recorded and edited by Shannon Brooks
 
7:25 pm
Uncuffed - Clayton Kellum
Reporter Derrick Cain sits down with Clayton Kellum of Built Fitness to discuss his long journey to become and entrepreneur.
 
7:30 pm
7:30 pm
Bomba LIVE - Get ready to Bomba!
National political leader, Rafael ‘Ray’ Collazo & legendary Freestyle diva, Betty Dee of Sweet Sensation, along with a rotating group of cohosts interview the hottest newsmakers, celebrities & influencers con sabor. Celebrate our excellence & star power.
 
8:00 pm
8:00 pm
Higher Than 7 - 37 Entrepreneurship
Cody and Anis sit down to talk about being accepted into an exclusive accelerator, gaining inbound calls for partnerships, and the key to finding happiness in what you do in your startup.
 
8:30 pm
8:30 pm
Democracy Now - DN! Friday, August 19, 2022
 
9:30 pm
9:30 pm
Fresh Show Films - Present 09
New music videos from Jacqueline Constance, comedy from the Ghouls Next Door, and a good old murder mystery
 
10:00 pm
10:00 pm
Ghouls Next Door - 107: Preggers
What if cismen got pregnant instead? Director Sylvia Ray and Writer/Actor Marco Parra explore this hilarious possibility in their fever-dream short film, Preggers.
 
11:00 pm
11:00 pm
Retro variety, music performance show produced at People TV in Atlanta, GA. The show's host Pietro DiGenerro provides monologues, interviews, and good-natured banter in between musical acts.
 
11:30 pm
11:30 pm
Termite TV Videography - Tech Bytes
Technologies that permeate the physical and virtual world consume the consumers in this series of experimental videos. Produced by Temple University Students