While waiting for our exciting new website and new series, the
first season of CTT can be seen on these non-commercial television
systems, in streaming video, or by ordering VHS cassettes.
- Operated by the City University of New York, CUNY-TV
offers a distinguished schedule of educational, cultural
and public affairs programming. Visit CUNY-TV's website at
for the program schedule.
- The Los Angeles Cable Television Access Corporation
is a community based non-profit organization that manages
and programs the interconnected citywide educational cable
channel 36 in the greater LA area.
Research Channel is a consortium of some of the
world's leading research institutions and organizations
whose common goal is to more widely distribute research
information to the public, both nationally and
internationally. Through its Web site, HDTV and
Echostar Satellite Dish Network, TRC presents video
programs dedicated to broadening the access to and
appreciation of our individual and collective activities,
ideas, and opportunities in basic and applied research.
- The Regional Educational Television Network is a local
producer and provider of media for learning in the Vermont
Champlain Valley community. RETN, Channel 16 on the
Adelphia Cable System will run Closer to Truth on Tuesdays
and Thursdays at 1:00 pm and repeating at 5:30 pm.
Stanford Channel - The Stanford Channel delivers
broadcast-quality programming to a San Francisco area
audience of AT&T Broadband subscribers.
Emmy Award-winning station serves the San Diego
community with regionally focused programs that enrich
understanding of new ideas and key issues in public
affairs, health, science, humanities and the arts. Each
day of the week offers programming on a different
subject. Programs are broadcast on the Internet at UCTVonline.org and throughout North America on UCTV,
available on Echostar Satellite's Dish Network.