Democracy Now!

 
ONGOING SERIES –

Program Title/NOLA:
Democracy Now! / DNOW

1/60 News program each weekday, throughout the year,
Each program repeats daily.

Daily feed and Daily repeat

Monday-Friday
60 min ea

Length: 59:00


LIVE Feed Date/Schedule:
Monday-Friday
Daily Feed
0800-0900 ET
HD05 + SD06


**0800 FEED STARTS 6 SECONDS AFTER THE HOUR AT 08:00:06**
THE :06 SECOND DELAY IS BOTH HD AND SD FEEDS
This is a live turnaround. Satellite processing delay is 6 seconds.

1100 Repeat (SD ONLY) will start at the top of the hour.

Daily Repeat
Monday- Friday
1100-1200 ET
SD06 ONLY

Rights: Each program unlimited for 24 hours from feed.

Series Description: Democracy Now! is an award-winning, independent, noncommercial, nationally-distributed public television news hour. Produced each weekday, Democracy Now! is available for public television stations free of charge.

http://www.democracynow.org

Production Format:
HD Base
SD Letterbox downconverted HD

Closed Captioned: Yes

Stereo: No

Producer: Amy Goodman, Executive Producer

Nature of Producing Organization: Democracy Now! Productions, Inc.

Production Funding: N/A

Presenting Station/Group: Independent

Broadcast History: This is a free offer to all Public Television stations.
Democracy Now! has been broadcasting each weekday since Feb. 19, 1996.

Content Alert: N/A

Videos Available: Available through webstore at democracynow.org or by calling 888-999-3877

Tag Language: N/A

Promotional Contact: Denis Moynihan, denis@democracynow.org, 917-549-5000

Address:
Democracy Now!
207 West 25th St., 11th Floor
NY, NY 10001

Local Underwriting Cleared: Yes

Underwriting Language: None

Cost/Conditions: Available free of charge to stations, must run program unedited. Podcast and web modules available for stations free of charge as well.

Westlink Program Offers

Blackademics Television 400s

Blackademics Television


FREE SERIES OFFER –

Feed Date/Schedule:
Fridays
October 7 October 28, 2016
1300 – 1330 ET
HD05

Rights:
Unlimited releases for  3 years beginning October 7, 2016. Non-commercial cable right same; school, unlimited for 3 years

Suggested Scheduling:  Public Affairs or Educational blocks, Holidays, MLK weekend, Black History Month, Juneteenth holiday

Description:
Top Black Studies scholars, activists and community leaders share projects and research focused on education, performance and youth empowerment.

Individual Program Descriptions:

401 Ulmer / Wests / Smiths
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Young entrepreneurs from around the United States inspire with their business successes and community engagement. Young scholars explain the essence of the Juneteenth holiday.

402 Glover / Thompson
BLDM000402 (25;37)
An African American High School student talks about challenges and successes in the advanced placement classroom. A music instructor talks about youth empowerment through song.

403 Tyson / Gilbarg
BLDM000403 (26;23)
A passionate Austin middle school student orator discusses “Opportunity Avenue.” An advocate for youth empowerment teaches music and video production to inspire and educate.

404 Blakes / Robinson
BLDM000404 (25;29)
One experienced educator and youth advocate discusses the role of spirituality in the lives of a group of African American girls in the Los Angeles area. Another revives Black Leadership camps and activities to inspire youth.

# of Episodes/Length:
4/30 min episodes

Producer:  KLRU & ICUSP (Institute for Community, University and School Partnerships)

Nature of Producing Organization: PTV, not-for-profit educational outreach organization

Production Funding:  KLRU Producers Circle, African & African Diaspora Studies Department at The University of Texas at Austin

Presenting Station/Group: KLRU

Broadcast History: Premiere 400 series

Underwriting Language: “Support for this production comes from the African & African Diaspora Studies Department at The University of Texas at Austin, which includes opportunities for students seeking a PhD. Support for this and other KLRU productions made possible by the Producers Circle, ensuring local programming that reflects the character and interests of the greater Austin, Texas community.”

Local Underwriting Cleared: Yes

Stereo:  Yes   Closed Captioned:  Yes     

Suggested Rating: G

Tag Language:
No Tag

Videos Available: No

Promotional Material:
20 and 30 second promo available at link:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0BxIKCYKWzA9KYzE4aGRSTUlrMG8

Online screeners:
401 https://youtu.be/NlpvVE2zEjQ
402 https://youtu.be/l8PtBeM7Cw8
403 https://youtu.be/wjDToqym7E8
404 https://youtu.be/RLlTj0w5nFI

You can watch older episodes online at http://video.klru.tv/show/blackademics-tv/

Cost / Conditions :  Free upon notification of intent to carry.

Winners of the 2016 New Mexico PBS – PBS Kids Writers Contest

NEW MEXICO PBS ANNOUNCES LOCAL WINNERS OF PBS KIDS WRITERS CONTEST

Grades: K – 3
Today, New Mexico PBS announced the local winners of the 2016 NEW MEXICO PBS KIDS Writers Contest. 120 creative entries were received from local children and 12 winners were chosen for Kindergarten, First place, Second place, and Third place recognitions. Every child who entered will receive a Certificate of Appreciation.

This contest ran from May 1 – July 31. A private awards luncheon will be held in the KNME studio in October.

New Mexico PBS presented three PBS Kids Writing Contest Writing Workshops, which were free and open to the public. These workshops were designed to engage children and encourage them to enter this year’s contest. Children could bring in an existing story or get ideas for a new one. Materials were provided. They could meet a notable children’s book author / illustrator, who were on hand to inspire and help the young writers/illustrators.

For over 14 years, New Mexico PBS / KNME-TV hosted the “Reading Rainbow Young Writers and Illustrators Contest,” in which over 2000 children from New Mexico participated.

Winners of the 2016 New Mexico PBS- PBS Kids Writers Contest


Kindergarten:

 

1st Place: Mateo Benecio Madrid Larrañaga “Donkey Takes A Bath”

2nd Place: Celiana Lopez “Cauliflower Power”

3rd Place: Morgan Inman “The Baby Chick Who Didn’t Like His Beak”

 


First Grade:

 

1st Place: Griffin Wells “Hippo and Duck Have a Problem”

2nd Place: Atticus Rossi-Pressley “Super Puppy”

3rd Place: Lola Kadlec “Where Is My Home”

 


Second Grade:

 

1st Place: Marisa Elena Madrid Larranaga “The Story of Henry Jalapeno”

2nd Place: Joshua Bobb “Jeff the Adventurer and the Search for the Treasure of the Elephants”

3rd Place: Micah Spizman-McNiven “The Curve-Billed Thrasher Mystery”

 


Third Grade:

 

1st Place: Jessie Harrison “Clay Ball”

2nd Place: Phoebe Witt “The Adventure of Nub Clawhill”

3rd Place: Dominic Ward “An African Tale”



Thanks very much to our 2016 sponsors:


Thanks also to these local businesses for their generous prize donations:

KNME / UNM Student employee Faith Perez Produces ¡COLORES! Segment on Santa Fe Artist Max-Carlos Martinez

Faith Perez, a Junior in UNM’s Interdisciplinary Film and Digital Media program (IFDM), began working at KNME-TV as an intern. She recently became a student employee, editing segments for KNME’s long-running series ¡COLORES!.

An opportunity arose when Executive Producer Michael Kamins asked if she’d be interested in producing a full ¡COLORES! program segment.

“It was a great learning experience,” says Perez. “COLORES! Producer Tara Walch was a huge help, guiding me. I learned a lot about the process of interviewing and producing, calling the artist and asking questions. Doing editing, you don’t get the same background of what goes into it. It was mind blowing, basically sitting in the director’s chair. It felt really great. I was excited that I got to try it.”

Picking the artist was an interesting experience. ”It helped that I had taken an art history class at UNM,” continues Perez. “It was ‘Contemporary Art and New Media.’ I didn’t think that class would have anything to do with things I was working on. But that knowledge helped a lot. I visited the same website I had used for doing a project in class.”

That website was for the Center for Contemporary Arts in Santa Fe. Through it, she got in contact with the Santa Fe artist Max-Carlos Martinez, who inspired by his New Mexican ancestry, paints a history of cultural assimilation in America. Martinez asks “Who are we as American, who am I as a Chicano, who am I as a Hispanic, who am I as a New Mexican?”

New Mexico PBS Science Cafe: Can Alzheimer’s Be Stopped?

DON’T MISS THE NEW MEXICO PBS SEPTEMBER SCIENCE CAFÉ

CAN ALZHEIMER’S BE STOPPED?

Get free tickets



Saturday, September 24, 2016
10:00am – 12:00pm
¡Explora!: 1701 Mountain Rd NW

Alzheimer’s disease strikes at the core of what makes us human: our capacity to think, to love, and to remember. The disease ravages the minds of over 40 million victims worldwide. The cause of Alzheimer’s and whether it can be stopped is one of the greatest medical mysteries of our time.

Come to the September New Mexico PBS Science Café and watch a segment of NOVA Can Alzheimer’s Be Stopped? and then join in a discussion with Dr. Julia Stephen, Director, MEG/EEG Core at The Mind Research Network. Dr. Stephen will discuss the role of functional neuroimaging in the treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease. She will also describe some of our recent studies that are contributing to the current understanding of aging and Alzheimer’s Disease.

Admission to the café is free, but a reservation is required. Get free tickets here. For more information, contact Rose Poston at 277-2396 or rposton@nmpbs.org. Seats are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Be more curious… be more amazed… come to the New Mexico PBS Science Café.

Stand Up Empire


PROGRAM OFFER –

Program Title/NOLA: Stand Up Empire/SUEM

# of Episodes:
6

Length:
30 minutes


Feed Date/Schedule:
Tuesdays
September 13 – October 18, 2016
1330 – 1400 ET
HD05


Rights: Unlimited broadcast one year; no noncommercial cable; school same as broadcast.

Series Description:

Stand Up Empire is a new episodic series shot in Austin, Texas, chronicling the white-hot stand up comedy scene currently exploding in the “live music capital of the world”. Co-Creators Brently Heilbron & Mike Wilson bring you a mix of intimate interviews and tight stand up comedy sets by Austin’s brightest rising stars. Stand Up Empire aims to showcase the household names of the future, as well as document their incredibly diverse backgrounds, their motivations, commitment to comedy, and definitions of success.

Featured in each episode is a segment called “Snapshot” which aims to showcase a unique person, business, organization, or entity, and their connection to the Austin comedy scene. The show is hosted by comedic veteran Brently Heilbron and produced & directed by Austin filmmaker Christopher Shea.

Individual Program Descriptions:
#101 (25:20) – Featured comics Chris Cubas & Saffron Herndon, with a Snapshot of Liezta Brass and the Moontower Comedy and Oddity Festival. Hosted by Brently Heilbron.

#102 (25:53) – Featured comics Kerry Awn and Kerri Lendo, with a Snapshot on Shaun Branigan and the emo puppet band Fragile Rock. Hosted by Brently Heilbron.

#103 (27:22) – Featured comics Rob Gagnon & Lashonda Lester, with a Snapshot on cartoonist/artist Danny Jock. Hosted by Brently Heilbron.

#104 (26:15) – Featured comics Martin Urbano & Avery Moore, with a Snapshot on the Coldetowne Theatre and the Austin improve scene. Hosted by Brently Heilbron.

#105 (26:24) – Featured comics Daniel Rubb Webb & Roxy Castillo, with a Snapshot on the live storytelling show Greetings From Queer Mountain. Hosted by Brently Heilbron.

#106 (26:04) – Featured comics Lisa Delarios & Chip Pope, with a Snapshot on Workout with Erica Nix. Hosted by Brently Heilbron.


Rating embedded on program: None

Production Format: HD Base

Closed Captioned: Yes

Producer: Gone Off Deep Productions

Nature of Producing Organization: Independent

Production Funding: Underwriters: Rolling Rock, CareBox Program (non-profit), Girl Talk (non-profit)

Presenting Station/Group: KLRU

Broadcast History: Aired on KLRU-Q, beginning June 5, 2016

Content Alert: Content Alerts & Flags will be posted on MyPBS

Videos Available: No

Tag Language: None

Promotional Contact: Brently Heilbron

Address: brently@brentlyartistsandmedia.com

Local Underwriting Cleared: Yes

Underwriting Language: Funding for Stand Up Empire is brought to you by…

Cost/Conditions: Free / non-exclusive

America Reframed: Class of ’27


Class of ’27 airs on New Mexico PBS KNMD ch.9.1 September 15 at 9:00pm

Filmed in the hollows of Appalachia, on native lands of the Upper Midwest and in West Coast migrant camps, Class of ’27 presents distinct yet complementary personal stories from places too often ignored in America. Each of the three portraits demonstrates that children from distressed communities, despite their circumstances, are more likely to grow into productive and civically engaged adults if they receive support in their earliest years. Committed to supporting the children’s potential, each community is a place of hope, inspiration and resilience.

“Class of ’27” by James Rutenbeck
The first portrait follows preschoolers in Booneville, Ky. With local employment largely limited to the school system, these children have caring and competent adults preparing them for better futures. “I’m getting them ready for kindergarten,” says Betsy Coomer, a tireless early-education teacher with decades of experience. At the same time, Cleda Turner of Owsley County Outreach, organizes food packets for hungry children to take home for the weekend on Fridays after school.

“Little Dream Catchers” by Dustinn Craig
The second portrait introduces audiences to White Earth Nation in Minnesota. Preschoolers learn school readiness while engaging in tribal rituals, such as pow-wows, to prepare for kindergarten with a sense of identity. Former Tribal Chairwoman Erma Vizenor, herself an educator with graduate degrees, sums up the mission of White Earth early education as “a lifetime of choices instead of a lifetime of circumstances.” She notes: “Education is our ticket out of poverty here; it was my ticket.”

“Fields of Promise” by Nina Alvarez
The third portrait follows Mireya and her parents from Fresno, Calif., to Oregon’s Willamette Valley for berry season. Mireya’s parents, who are migrant workers and speak Spanish and Mixteco at home, face work days as long as 12 hours. They enroll her in Migrant Head Start where bilingual teacher, Aimee Brown, makes it a warm and engaging academic experience that includes meals and outdoor play.

Each short film in Class of ’27 opens with a reflection by award-winning writers Silas House, Gyasi Ross and Sandra Cisneros, who frame each story with authenticity and insight.

Class of ’27 is a co-production of Lost Nation Pictures and Independent Television Service (ITVS). The film is funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB). Class of ’27 is presented as part of American Graduate: Let’s Make It Happen, a public media initiative made possible by CPB to help local communities across America keep more students on the path to graduation.

Join us for an online screening and live chat about #EarlyEd in rural communities on September 29.

Willie Velasquez “Your Vote is Your Voice” Film Screening and Voter Registration Drive


New Mexico PBS and National Hispanic Cultural Center Present
Two Film Screenings and Voter Registration Drive


Willie Velasquez Your Vote is Your Voice

October 1, 2016 10 AM to 4 PM
National Hispanic Cultural Center
FREE screenings of the documentary film in Bank of America Theatre
11 AM and 2 PM

REMEMBER! General election voter registration ends October 8.

About the Film: In WILLIE VELASQUEZ YOUR VOTE IS YOUR VOICE, viewers meet the man who led the Southwest Voter Registration and Education Project and launched 1,000 voter registration drives in 200 cities, paving the way for Latinos to have a voice in government and underscoring the growing power of the Latino vote.
The film will provide a better understanding of historical, political and social issues facing Latinos, America’s largest growing minority group. Willie Velasquez’s life trajectory and the people he met along the way on the American political scene is fascinating in itself. Through Willie’s journey from radical student activist to respected statesman we will examine the history of the Latino vote, the barriers Latinos had to overcome to obtain representation, contemporary issues facing Latinos today and what the implications are for this election cycle.

The film will also air on KNME Channel 5.1 on Thursday, October 6 at 8pm and on KNMD Channel 9.1 on Sunday, October 9 at 9pm.

Poldark Season 2 Premieres Sunday, September 25 at 7:00pm

No one can resist Ross Poldark!

Aidan Turner stars as the courageous Cornishman
in an all-new season

SPECIAL TWO-HOUR PREMIERE – 9 Gripping New Episodes
Premieres: Sunday, Sept. 25 at 7:00 – 9:00 pm on Ch.5.1
Repeats: Tuesdays at 8:00 pm on Ch.9.1
Continues Sunday, Oct. 2–Nov. 27 at 8:00 pm (Pre-empted on Sun. Oct 9)

 

“The noblest, hottest, most down-to-earth hero.” – New York Times
“MASTERPIECE has unearthed another gem.” – Variety
“Make an appointment with your TV to tune into Poldark.” – Entertainment Weekly
“He’s a cross between Robin Hood and Batman.” – Philadelphia Inquirer

 


Neither pestilence, starvation, nor betrayal can stop Ross Poldark from fighting for justice in his native 18th century Cornwall. Aidan Turner (The Hobbit) returns as the ex-officer, class warrior, lover, and mining entrepreneur, in a new season of the popular romantic saga, based on the novels by Winston Graham. Co-star Eleanor Tomlinson (Death Comes to Pemberley), plays Demelza, the miner’s daughter who is Ross’ equal in passion, wit, and daring—which is, of course, why they marry.

The returning cast includes Heida Reed (One Day) as Ross’ first love, Elizabeth, who broke his heart by marrying his duplicitous cousin Francis, played with intriguing ambiguity by Kyle Soller (Anna Karenina), Jack Farthing (Poirot) as George Warleggan, the arch-villain who would rather see Ross dead, a situation he does his best to arrange; along with Philip Davis (White Teeth) and Beatie Edney (Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day) as Ross’ exasperating servants, Jud and Prudie Paynter.

Last season, Ross shocked his relatives and neighbors when he showed up from America, as all had presumed him dead. Then he set about upending their lives—threatening the copper mining interests of his uncle and cousin, Charles and Francis Poldark, and the rival operation of upstart George Warleggan. He was also ensnared in a romantic web that connects him, Francis, and George to the beautiful Elizabeth. Nevertheless, Ross happily married Demelza and they have a daughter. But, last season’s final episode, an epidemic takes the child, and a shipwreck and drowning are blamed on Ross.


At the start of Season 2, Ross stands accused of murder and “wrecking”— luring a cargo ship to the rocks for plunder. It’s a capital offense, the judge is unsympathetic, hostile witnesses have been bribed and Ross appears headed for the gallows. It’s just the first in a string of suspenseful episodes every bit as precipitous as the steep cliffs of Cornwall.

All of these characters inhabit the imaginative world created by Winston Graham in his bestselling “Poldark” novels, published between 1945 and 2002. It all began in 1783, as British officer Ross Poldark returns to Cornwall, fresh from the American Revolutionary War. MASTERPIECE’s Poldark, Season 2 takes the plot into Graham’s fourth volume, “Warleggan.”