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Five pieces of media produced at Cambridge Community Television will be recognized as winners in the 2017 national Hometown Media Awards slated to take place in July during the Alliance for Community Media national conference, hosted this year in Minneapolis.
 

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Operating local cable channels 8, 9 and 96, Cambridge Community Television is a nationally recognized community media center that is the voice and vision of all residents, businesses and organizations in the city. CCTV provides tools and training to foster free speech and creative expression, and involves people from across the city as producers and viewers of media that is informative, engaging, and as diverse as the Cambridge community.

"Constitutional crisis" and "immigration crisis." These are terms we hear a lot in the news these days. But what exactly do they mean? NeighborMedia journalist Kristina Kehrer sets out to learn the meaning of these terms from a couple of Cambridge lawyers. She interviews Ian Samuel, a lecturer at Harvard Law School, about what a true "constitutional crisis" is; and then speaks with Rachel Benedict, an immigration lawyer, about the differences between President Donald Trump's and former President Barack Obama's immigration policies. Recorded April 27, 2017 at CCTV.

Submitted by the Central Square Business Association

Parents Forum is celebrating is marking its 25th anniversary on International Day of Families with a mini-workshop, a mini-keynote by Rev. Liz Walker, formerly of WBZ-TV, and a reception. The event will be at the new Porter Square Hotel on Monday, May 15th, 3-5pm. Tickets are $25. Information and tickets available here: bit.ly/2ogng0z

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In the 25th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, host Joe Lynch of Somerville Community Access Television (creator, producer and host of the Greater Somerville talk show, news anchor of Somerville Neighborhood News) moderates a lively panel of Boston-area journalism experts, who discuss President Donald Trump's relationship with the media in his first 100 days in office. Guests are Rachel Gans-Boriskin, Simmons College lecturer and founder of the blog, Politics in Pink; the Rev.

The photographer/winner is @AlysonFletcher on Twitter and @alysonraefletch on Instagram.

Riding the bus offers a unique transit experience: passengers can take in the sights, people and activities they come in contact with along their route. Bus riders don’t just reach a destination, they encounter unique moments of beauty throughout their journey. And now, they can share those moments with the Greater Boston community.
 

For decades, the news industry was dominated by men. In this three-hour seminar, learn a bit about the women’s movement in journalism that brought about household names like Barbara Walters, Diane Sawyer and Oprah Winfrey. Then deconstruct contemporary newscasts and the role women play in modern-day news.

Instructor: Frank Morris Lopez.

Cost: FREE.

Date: Monday, May 8th, 2017

Time: 6 to 9 p.m.

Register today, as seats are limited. Contact Keaton Fox at 617-661-6900 or keaton@cctvcambridge.org.

For this installment of Beyond Boston, in which we showcase the best of community media news around the region, we attempt to offer a glimpse into various aspects and issues related to the education system in Massachusetts and how this important institution operates under the current Trump Administration.