CUNY TV Goes Broadcast - Now Available in Tri-State Area on Channel 25.3
New Series & Specials Join Station's Signature Programming
CUNY TV has a free digital broadcast signal on Channel 25.3, which nearly quadruples household availability in the metro-area, into Long Island, Westchester County, New Jersey and Connecticut.
For information about how to receive this channel on your TV, see the link at the bottom of this article.
CUNY TV continues to be offered on cable within the five boroughs of New York City on Channel 75 (Time Warner Cable and Cablevision/Optimum Brooklyn), Ch. 77 (RCN) and Ch. 30 (Verizon).
CUNY TV features a rich array of community, cultural, public affairs and educational programming available 24 hours a day that also includes the public affairs series Asian American Life, Black America, Bob Herbert's Op-Ed.TV, Conversations in the Digital Age with Jim Zirin, Eldridge & Co., Independent Sources, and POTUS 2017 with Brian Lehrer; the French-language Bouillon de Culture, Canape and Le Grande Librairie; great musical and dance performances on Classic Arts Showcase; arts and theater coverage on Arts in the City, Theater Talk and classic archival episodes of ATW’s Working in the Theatre; business on The Stoler Report – New York’s Business Report; classic and international films on City Cinematheque; profiles of newsmakers and New Yorkers on BuildingNY: New York Stories, One to One, and Tony Guida's NY; and many other genres. To date, CUNY TV has won 14 New York Emmys® Executives in Charge of Production are Gail R. Yancosek and Susan Iger. Executive Director is Robert Isaacson.
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