Programming

Eye of the Storm

Congratulations to local filmmaker Kramer Herzog for winning the CreaTiVe Excellence Award for Eye of the Storm.

On the night of December 13, 2005, San Quentin Village was hit by a media storm generated by the coming execution of Crips co-founder Tookie Williams. The film's director, Kramer Herzog, is a resident of the village, and in return for the use of his property, the FOX National News crew granted Herzog permission to film and interact with them over the course of the 24 hours leading up to the midnight execution.

Bioneers on Marin TV

In partnership with Bioneers and the Computer Club House, CMCM's Marin Media Corps taught high school students video training for video coverage of events held at the Youth Tent at the Bioneers' Annual Conference at the Civic Center. Such events included a Poetry Slam, Open Mic, Floating Island Bio-Filter Launch and Rising Seas, Raising Awareness and Readying Marin.

Starting Sunday, December 6 at 11 AM on our Education Channel watch these programs and others that local Marin youth shot and edited:

11 AM Rising Seas, Raising Awareness and Readying Marin

12:30 PM Poetry Slam

2:15 PM Floating Island Bio-Filter Launch

2:30 PM Open Mic

4 PM Stepping Up to Leadership

5 PM Youth Scholarship Interviews

5:30 PM Transforming Inspiration to Action

Narada Michael Walden Annual Holiday Jam

Watch the 16th annual fundraiser concert benefiting the Narada Michael Walden Foundation.

The Narada Michael Walden Foundation is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization dedicated to making a difference in the lives of young people by supporting music appreciation and education for Bay Area youth.

Special guests include Tom Johnston of the Doobie Brothers, Tony Lindsay from the Santana Band, Sammy Hagar and more!

December 24th, at 8PM
EDUCATION CHANNEL

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December 25th, at 8PM
EDUCATION CHANNEL

Live Midterm Election Special

Democracy Now! will air a LIVE five-hour midterm election special.

Tune in beginning at 4 PM as the first polls close. Amy Goodman and Juan González will co-host the special broadcast from New York City and will be joined by guests across the country.

During the coverage, CMCM will provide local updates on the hour.

Education Channel 30
Tuesday, November 4
4 - 9 PM

Mill Valley First Friday: Naked Truth

Check out the latest Mill Valley First Friday "Naked Truth" at the Mill Valley Library, October 12th 2012. Watch as the library transforms into a venue for seasoned raconteurs and storytelling novices who showcase their human experiences. Each guest will recount a rebellious tale based on the evening's theme: "Breaking the Rules".

Mon 11/05/12 02:00 PM Community Channel
Thu 11/08/12 06:00 PM Community Channel

Marin TV Holiday Tour

We are excited to announce our Holiday Tour!

Marin TV recently visited the Marin Country Mart and Good Earth with a green screen and holiday hats in-hand, for Marin residents and visitors to spread their holiday cheer on the Community Channel.

We want to give a big THANK YOU to Marin Country Mart and Good Earth for letting us use your locations to feature the tour. We also would like to say a big thank you to everyone who came out to make it such a good time.

Watch the Holiday Tour on our Community Channel U-Verse 99| Comcast 26, Monday through Friday at 4PM. Click here to view the greetings on-demand!

The short promo will also be playing throughout the day on our channel, to see more show times checkout our online schedule at: http://cmcm.tv/community-schedule

Thanks Again!

Eye of the Storm

Eye of the Storm relives the night of the controversial execution of Stanley "Tookie" Williams.

On the night of December 13, 2005, San Quentin Village was hit by a media storm generated by the coming execution of Crips co-founder Tookie Williams. The film's director, Kramer Herzog, is a resident of the village, and in return for the use of his property, the FOX National News crew granted Herzog permission to film and interact with them over the course of the 24 hours leading up to the midnight execution.

Sausalito People Program

Marin TV features a speaker series from the Sausalito Library. The People Program Series presents various Sausalito residents talking about their work, area of expertise, or adventures and experiences.

Such people include the fashion designer Megan Papay who shares her experiences as co-founder of Freda Salvador, an innovative women’s footwear company based in Sausalito. Others include Sausalito resident David Wronski who talks about life as an ultra long-distance runner. He tells the story of running the entire 168-mile Lake Tahoe Rim Trail in 68 hours without stopping for sleep.

An Interview with filmmakers of "All of me"

Chelis Lopez interviews La Patrona, Guadalupe Gonzalez, Director Arturo González Villaseñor, Director of Photography Antonio Mecalco and Painter Claudio Talavera-Ballon, talking about the film premiere "All of Me" and the exhibition "Mujeres Luz" a painting series inspired by the documentary.

Mexico shares with the US the biggest border between the first and the third world US border. That makes the bridge of thousands of migrants crossing the country mounted on the back of the train “The Beast,” exposed to all the dangers. There, they find the “Patronas,” a group of Mexican women that prepare warm food and water for the migrants riding the train.

Songs for Changing the World

Don't miss this inspiring performance by one of America's finest singer/songwriters, Jon Fromer, at Dominican University. Jon has shared the stage with Maria Callas, Pete Seeger, and Henry Mancini and shared billing with the Beach Boys, John Denver, the Lovin' Spoonful and Phil Ochs. He has also won one national and 18 regional Emmys for his work as a television producer. 

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