Public Affairs on CUNY TV
presents lively discussion of New York City issues with the people that help make this city function. With host Doug Muzzio, of Baruch College's School of Public Affairs (weekly).
Former New York City Councilwoman Ronnie Eldridge hosts this weekly series that examines the issues and institutions, the people and politics of our city.
This dynamic monthly talk show covers business and public affairs in New York City,and is presented by former Councilmember Ken Fisher.
Educators, government leaders and industry figures come together in this hour-long monthly forum to discuss in New York City government and politics.
Bob Herbert’s Op-Ed.TV
is a weekly half-hour program featuring interviews with significant men and women from a variety of fields: officeholders and activists, economists, labor leaders, writers and artists.
With digital age technology rapidly altering how information is distributed and received, Conversations in the Digital Age with Jim Zirin
is a talk show designed to illuminate the news by taking the time required to understand and interpret national and world events.
This coalition of business, labor, non-profit and political leaders is focused on exploring and implementing ideas that keep the city moving forward. With more than 300 member organizations, ABNY incorporates a comprehensive and diverse view of the issues and challenges facing New York City.
Leading thinkers and policy makers discuss ethics and vital issues in global affairs. A mix of talks, town hall conversations and interviews are interspersed with compelling images to create a dynamic picture of vital global issues.
Journalist Sheryl McCarthy talks with newsmakers about their sources of inspiration. She has private conversations about public affairs issues with the people who report on them and those who ARE the story. The subjects range from global warming issues to domestic ones.
As host of The Open Mind
, the longest-running television interview program in public television, Prof. Heffner has been interviewing the influential figures who have shaped our national history, or just inhabited the consciousness of modern America. The interviews are candid, often surprising and provocative, and always revelatory.
, once the home of the fabled New York Herald-Tribune, is now the address of the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism. From their home base on 40th Street, just off Times Square in the heart of New York City, our student reporters fan out to neighborhoods across the city, in all five boroughs, to provide in-depth coverage of stories frequently overlooked or ignored by mainstream media.
Italics: The Italian American Magazine
is a monthly presentation in the CUNY Presents timeslot, which takes a regular look at activities of prominent Italian-Americans in various walks of life, including arts, business, government, and academia. Italics is now in its third decade serving the Italian-American community.
The acclaimed host of WNYC radio's The Brian Lehrer Show
hosts this live, weekly call-in where the internet meets the issues.
This weekly news program offers an insightful discussion of the stories, news organizations and reporters that make up New York's ethnic press.
A daily European news program covering global hotspots, political and cultural developments, the latest from the world of sports and the latest business news.
The longest running television program devoted solely to international affairs and foreign policy, offering a wide variety of expert analysis and opinion.
A national, independent, award-winning daily news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez.
Programs on national and local issues that help shape public policy and education from Baruch College of the City University of New York.
Patrick Collins hosts in-depth discussions on a wide range of topics with experts and professionals in the law enforcement and criminal justice fields. Produced by John Jay College of Criminal Justice/CUNY.
Intimate discussions with people of note from the arts, journalism, politics, fashion and food, and New York Times journalists and editors.
A weekly hour of vital conversation about the state of our democracy, with guests from a diverse array of scholars, artists, activists, scientists and newsmakers.