Upcoming ShowsView Full Schedule

Today, Friday, July 25
4:30PM - 5:00PM Behind the Pages with Diane Goshgarian Behind the Pages with Diane Goshgarian: "How Could This Happen" by Dan McMillan
5:00PM - 5:35PM Arts Uncut: Kellie Carter Jackson Arts Uncut: Kellie Carter Jackson
5:36PM - 6:00PM From the Vault: James Earl Jones From the Vault: James Earl Jones
6:00PM - 7:00PM Free Jazz from the Sanctuary Free Jazz from the Sanctuary: Fay Victor Ensemble
7:00PM - 7:30PM CityView Inside CityView Inside: Jason Weeks

Welcome!

The Office of Cable Television/22-CityView is responsible for the television and audio production needs related to the programming of the City of Cambridge Municipal Television Channel. 22-CityView, operating within the Cambridge broadcast footprint, is a resource that provides both original and acquired programming drawn from and relating to the City of Cambridge. The channel strives to provide its viewers with a sense of the overall vitality that is associated with the city in the areas including, but not limited to, education, culture, arts, health & human services and history.

Established in 1982 as a vehicle for the sharing and celebration of the rich history and culture of the city, the Office of Cable Television’s Municipal Channel has served as a liaison between the city government and the people of Cambridge. 22-CityView will continue to seek to reflect both the commonalities and the rich diversity of the citizens of Cambridge.

As we move through the twenty-first century, 22-CityView will play an increasingly important role in forging community understanding as it builds upon its legacy of presenting both public and cultural affairs programming. 22-CityView, on occasion, will also serve as a forum for addressing issues of immediate concern to the citizenry of Cambridge.

22-CityView, in its upcoming season, will continue to partner with a number of City of Cambridge departments and agencies to produce and broadcast programs and specials. The department is committed to offering high quality programming that will at once serve the viewing public and allow for the dissemination of pertinent information.