"On The Inside” is a 30-minute program that features rotating hosts who catch up with professionals in a variety of interesting careers to discuss the ins and outs of the job. Each program is shot on location and features interview and demonstration segments. On The Inside is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.
Vincent, Tangella and Mr. Livingston host the 21st-century version of Creature Features, the classic San Francisco Bay Area horror-host program made famous by Bob Wilkins in the 70’s and John Stanley in the 80’s.
“The Greatest Songs You May Never Hear”: Our host Michael “Supe” Granda of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils and some of his songwriter friends, via sparkling performances and scintillating conversation, introduce us to great songs that may have slipped under the normal cable viewer’s radar.
Videos on art and art history from the National Gallery of Art
A talk show with artists in the greater Portland, southern Maine area, focusing primarily on the performing arts and theater.
Multiplicity is a diverse collection of music videos from all genres. Rock, pop, hip hop, EDM, country and more, with each episode based on a pre-defined genre. Viewers can discover new artists and find some of the most popular new music videos on the modern musical landscape. There is no host or dialogue, it is just music videos front to back.
Insight is a 30-minute talk show that offers an in-depth discussion on a wide range of books on politics (domestic and international), history, and/or broader atmospheric or trend-analysis that provide some “insight” on current events. The program is hosted by Dr. Joe Cernik (Lindenwood University Professor of Public Affairs) and features a rotating panel of political science students. Dr. Cernik teaches a course on “Appreciating Political Books” in which students are invited to discuss the aforementioned range of books on a televised public platform. Insight is aired locally in St. Charles County, MO by Lindenwood University Television (LUTV), which feeds the county's educational access programming channel.
Skills To Pay The Bills provides viewers with information and education about various aspects of financial literacy regarding retirement, long term care, healthcare, and living benefits strategies for individuals and families on Main Street. Small business development and sustainability is also a very critical aspect of this programming outreach.
Flyby News came out of a campaign to expose or stop a high risk 1999 flyby of Earth by NASA with 72.3 pounds of radioactive plutonium on board. FlybyNews.com provides resources to help stop the arms race and to abolish weapons and technologies capable of the mass destruction to life.
A monthly show on all things movies and television ranging from genres, certain decades, whats coming out and what you might have missed. The show is hosted by AOTV Production Manager as well as a rotating series of co-hosts with specialties in the topic of the episode.
Description - "The Truth About Drugs" is Hollywood-quality and the most powerful and effective anti-drug documentary ever created – at least we think so and hope you will too.
TRAIN TIME is produced by members of the Great Falls Model Railroad Club of Lewiston/Auburn, Maine. Videographers from the club and their friends record trains from Maine, other New England states, and eastern states as far west as Pennsylvania, Virginia, and California.
The Andy Due Show is a sketch-comedy revue, in the tradition of classic comedies like Monty Python's Flying Circus, and The Benny Hill Show. Episodes are fifteen minutes in length, and feature a combination of physical, verbal, and musical humor, recalling the variety shows of the past.
Talk show originating in Portland, Oregon with host Dr. Martin Donohoe. Martin is a physician-educator-activist and textbook author who addresses varied topics related to creating more just and healthy communities and a better world. Subjects include education, race, environment, human rights, food justice, criminal justice system, women’s rights, war and peace, etc.
The Questions for Christians show is a regular series of one hour interviews where the host, Bernie Dehler, an atheist, talks with various guests about their views on important topics in science and theology. These issues will range from Adam and Eve, Noah’s Ark, morality, feelings as evidence for the existence of God, and the origins of the universe.
“Portraits” combines live performances and costumed historical monologues to introduce children to the great American Divas
CTN 2017 Telethon
A call-in show with Portland's mayor
The late Tom Foley was a uniquely talented gentleman
The Maine Outdoor Film Festival presents
Shows produced by Brian Leonard
Friends having a conversation
Ann Smith with her guests discusses various aspects of the cultures of new Mainers in the greater Portland area.
Meetings of the Portland Planning and Historic Preservation Boards
Anything from or about the UNE art program.
Monthly liberal talk show
Discussions on issues relevant to today's social justice agendas.
People speak out about issues that concern then
PelotonSpeaks is a monthly event where people tell candid, personal stories of starting something new. Featured entrepreneurs and change-makers will share their stories of struggle, courage, and success.
A talk show presenting issues faced by people who are transgender.
Any non-series programs shot in our studio
Derry welcomes guests from politics, sports and entertainment
Half hour talk show about bikes and bicycling.
The work of USM Media Studies students
Garden Thyme switches to sewing
a news magazine for Portland City Government.
A tour of Portland's public art works
Any local performance that isn't music only
Everything you need to know about golf
The 5 Seasons Cooking Show is a video project about macrobiotic cooking with chef Lisa Silverman
focuses on building 7 of the World Trade Center showing that building 7's collapse was the result of a controlled demolition and that explosives were used to destroy each of the three World Trade Center buildings.
anything about Maine that isn't under another project
Paranormal investigators explore haunted places in Maine
Any public forum that doesn't fall into another category
Any meeting, forum or workshop fun by a department of the City of Portland.
Coverage of public meetings at the Midcoast Friends Meeting House
Films by local production company
Sharing Christian testimonies and Bible lessons
Locally produced hosted B-Horror Movies.
Lifelong traveler Derry Rundlett is your guide to the best destinations around world
Videos by Portland Press Herald reporter Susan Kimball
Tee Tee Soul
Walter Grover's show
Walter Grover's show
A gay late night talk show.
Videos from IA or made for IA
This show stars Layla who invites special guests to read her a story.
Call in show discussing legal matters.
Portland's Poet Laureate, Steve Lutrell hosts this half hour monthly show.
All shows done by access producer Jeffrey Phillips
CTN cooking show
Community Television Network's weekly news show featuring member non-profits.
Monthly Music Show hosted here at CTN Directed and Co-Produced by Beth Allen
Alternative Health care practitioners in the greater Portland area co-host this series on their professions and recommendations for a healthier life.
News of the Portland Region Chamber of Commerce
Portland Daily Sun Founding Editing Curtis Robinson and his guests discuss new, politics and events in Portland.
A series on exercise, nutrition and spirit and local resources for all three.
Patrick Russell, local video producer, interviews the artist within our community.
A series about the arts in and around Portland.
Maine businessman and entrepreneur Bob Baldacci and his guests provide advice on how to start and grow a small business.
Harold Pachios hosts a tv show on current events.