BronxNet Community Television

BronxNet Community Television BronxNet provides local television by the people of the Bronx, for the people of the Bronx. Our channels feature BronxNet produced shows, as well as those created by community access producers. Watch on Optimum 67, 68, 69 & 70 or Fios 33, 34, 35 & 36.
BronxNet is an independent, not-for-profit organization, established under the Cable Television Franchise Agreement between the City of New York and Cablevision of New York City. The station provides local television by the people of the Bronx, for the people of the Bronx. BronxNet programs four channels - 67, 68, 69 and 70 - on the Cablevision system and six channels - 33, 34, 35, 36, 37 and 38 on the Verizon Fios system in the Bronx. Our programming is available to over 340,000 Bronx households. Office: (718) 960-1180 Location: BronxNet, Lehman College, Carman C19B Bronx, NY
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06/06/2020
BronxNet VOTE 2020 PSA

PSA: Due to COVID-19, Governor Andrew Cuomo signed an executive order which allows all registered eligible voters to vote by absentee ballot. This can be requested online, by email, and fax on June 16th. The early voting period starts on June 13th to June 21st!

TUNE in tomorrow at 6pm, for the special edition of “Modern Odyssey” with Dr. Despina Afentouli (Δέσποινα Αφεντούλη) pay...
06/06/2020

TUNE in tomorrow at 6pm, for the special edition of “Modern Odyssey” with Dr. Despina Afentouli (Δέσποινα Αφεντούλη) pays a tribute to The Kassian Benevolent Society In America, aka The Kassian Brotherhood on the occasion of Holocaust Remembrance Day of the Greek island of Kasos.
https://bronxnet.org/your-bronx/articles/modern-odyssey-kassian-brotherhood/

This Sunday at 1:30pm, Producer & host, Ricardo Aguirre, creates an interview series about COVID-19 & the local & state ...
06/06/2020

This Sunday at 1:30pm, Producer & host, Ricardo Aguirre, creates an interview series about COVID-19 & the local & state government response. The goal of the project is to get perspectives from elected officials like Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr., Council Member Vanessa L. Gibson and more on the concerning ongoing crisis. https://bronxnet.org/your-bronx/articles/covid-19-elected-official-interview-series/

06/06/2020

Dr. Mark Naison, Professor of African American Studies and History at Fordham University, shares his perspective on the #GeorgeFloyd protests that have taken place throughout the country. Steven DeCastro, BronxNet Videographer and filmmaker, sheds light on his condition after recovering from COVID-19 while also highlighting his experience covering a recent protest in the Bronx.

06/06/2020
Today's Verdict- Child Custody Rights, Businesses Reopen, Financial Tips

On this episode of Today's Verdict with David Lesch: Coronavirus and The Law, David speaks with Laura A. Russell from The Legal Aid Society about what to do if you have orders of protection, child custody rights and family court issues due to the pandemic. Then, Andrew Rigie from NYC Hospitality Alliance tells us how they are helping small businesses reopen. Lastly, Gwen Hartstein, a financial counselor, gives us tips to reduce spending and save money during the crisis.

06/06/2020
NYC Council Member Vanessa Gibson Proposes COVID 19 Spending Tracker Website

A new Bill introduced in the City Council by Council Members Mark Treyger and Council Member Vanessa L. Gibson seeks to provide transparency and accountability in COVID-19 spending. The COVID-19 Funding Tracker Bill Website would be public and would allow residents to keep up with resources available in their neighborhoods.

06/06/2020
CIVIL RIGHTS LEADERS CALL FOR POLICE REFORM

National Council of Urban League Guilds president Marc H Morial, hosts a conference for civil rights leaders and elected officials respond to police violence following the death of #GeorgeFloyd.

06/05/2020
Dialogo Abierto- Manifestaciones, Breakthrough New York, CUNY

Our host, Javier E. Gomez speaks with Professor Luis Barrios of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice about the real causes of the rallies and uprisings against police brutality, and real solutions for this crisis. Then, student Edgardo Santos tells us about his 2020 graduation held via the Internet and how the Breakthrough New York Program helped him get to college. And finally, we will update on the latest in the CUNY system and the challenges students, faculty and administrators face during the pandemic.

06/05/2020
Black Lives Matter Greater New York _ OPEN BxRx

Host, Rhina Valentin speaks Black Lives Matter of Greater New York Co-founder Chivona Newsome about her years dedicated to expanding this movement to combat the ongoing racial injustice against black and brown people in this country. She speaks about the protest and the seeking justice for #GeorgeFloyd.

06/05/2020

Michael Brady addresses recent statements against the Third Avenue BID, speaks about protecting small businesses and more on OPEN BXRx. Catch it all Tuesday, June 9th at 7am, 9am, 5pm, and 8pm on CH. 67/33.
Host: Sonyi Lopez (@sovereigngee)
Edit: Franchesca Feliz (@uptowngirlproductions)

#openbxrx #thirdavebid #businesses #community #bronx #bronxnet

06/05/2020
Empire State of Mind Read-A-Thon

Bronx Non-Profit organizations True Nirvana Cares Inc. and StriveHigher will host 1st annual Empire State of Mind Read-A-Thon.

06/05/2020
Perspectives _ Racism & Police Brutality in America

On this edition of Perspectives, Daren C. Jaime speaks Retired NYPD Detective Marq Claxton and Race Scholar & Activist, Dr. Juhanna Rogers on the issues of police brutality, racism, and the nationwide protest for justice for George Floyd.

Catch Open BxRx with Host Rhina Valentin at 7AM on CH. 67/33! Guests are NYC Councilman Fernando Cabrera, Co-Founder Chi...
06/04/2020

Catch Open BxRx with Host Rhina Valentin at 7AM on CH. 67/33! Guests are NYC Councilman Fernando Cabrera, Co-Founder Chivona Newsome for Black Lives Matter of Greater New York, Co-Founder Saundrea Coleman & La Kesha Taylor of Holmes-Isaacs Coalition, Sports with Bobby C., & Spoken Word Artist, Artist Up!

Tonight at 7pm on Bronxnet, a Special Edition of Today's Verdict with David Lesch as he speaks with Councilman Fernando ...
06/04/2020

Tonight at 7pm on Bronxnet, a Special Edition of Today's Verdict with David Lesch as he speaks with Councilman Fernando Cabrera about the looting that occurred in The Bronx by Fordham Road. Then, Shanequa Charles, criminal justice activist shares her perspective on the recent protests in New York City. And lastly, Council Member Vanessa L. Gibson talks about the post looting in Burnside Avenue and issues Bronxites face everyday.

06/04/2020

Bellas Fashionistas | Jun 3, 2020.
Carmen De La Rosa, New York State Assembly Member, District 72.

On this edition of Perspectives, Host Daren C. Jaime speaks with Retired NYPD Detective and Director Marq Claxton of the...
06/04/2020
Perspectives: George Floyd, Racism & Police Brutality | Bronxnet

On this edition of Perspectives, Host Daren C. Jaime speaks with Retired NYPD Detective and Director Marq Claxton of the Black Law Enforcement Alliance and Activist and TV Host Dr. Juhanna Rogers on the issues of police brutality, racism, and the nationwide protest for justice for George Floyd. Tune in at 6:30PM on CH. 67/33! https://bit.ly/3dzbF3v

On this edition of Perspectives, Daren Jaime speaks on the issues of police brutality, racism, and the nationwide protest for justice for George Floyd. Guests include Dr. Juhanna Rogers Race Scholar & Activistand TV Host of WCNY/PBS Behind the Woman and Marq Claxton Retired NYPD Detective and Direct...

06/04/2020

Join us for a FireSide Chat conversation with New York State Assembly member, Carmen De La Rosa.

Assembly member Carmen De La Rosa is the second woman to represent the 72nd District covering the communities of Inwood, Washington Heights, and Marble Hill. She will provide insights into the rent memorandum and mental health issues affecting our community today.

Tonight at 6PM, Mark Naison, Professor of African American Studies and History at Fordham University, joins The Bronx Bu...
06/04/2020
The Bronx Buzz: Mark Naison and Steven DeCastro | Bronxnet

Tonight at 6PM, Mark Naison, Professor of African American Studies and History at Fordham University, joins The Bronx Buzz to discuss the most recent protests in response to the death of George Floyd. Steven DeCastro, BronxNet Television Videographer, reflects on his experience dealing with COVID-19. More showtimes here: https://bit.ly/2UaPlp3

On this epsiode of The Bronx Buzz, Mark Naison, Professor of African American Studies and History at Fordham University, joins host Gary Axelbank to discuss the most recent protests in response to the death of George Floyd.

Assembly member Carmen De La Rosa is the second woman to represent the 72nd District covering the communities of Inwood,...
06/04/2020

Assembly member Carmen De La Rosa is the second woman to represent the 72nd District covering the communities of Inwood, Washington Heights, and Marble Hill. She will provide insights into the rent memorandum and mental health issues affecting our community today.

Join Bellas Fashionistas TODAY Thursday, June 4, 2020, at 3:00 PM EST LIVE via Facebook. Learn about the initiatives her team is currently working on and the status of the pending issues affecting our community post-COVID-19 crisis.

06/03/2020
BP Ruben Diaz Jr. to Distribute Food to NYCHA Residents

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. teams up with New York City Council Member Ruben Diaz, Sr., Save Our Streets and Fresh Direct to distribute boxes filled with groceries to the residents of the E. Robert Moore Houses

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Hi everyone, I’m Lauren, and I’m a reporter at THE CITY NY a nonprofit news organization that covers the five boroughs. I wanted to share a project that we’re just starting called MISSING THEM. Only 5% of those who die due to COVID will ever have a public mention of their lives. We want to change that and honor all of our friends, family, neighbors and fellow New Yorkers. We aim to write as many obituaries as we can for each person, so we have a more complete story of the people behind those big numbers we hear in the news about those lost. Each person killed by this disease has lived a full life and we need to remember that. Maybe you can help? If you know someone—a coworker, family member, friend, neighbor etc.—who died from coronavirus in New York City, we want to hear from you and learn about their life and what made them unique. You can do this a few ways: Leave us a voicemail here: ‪(646) 494-1095‬. Text “Remember” to 73224 Or fill out the short questionnaire below. We know that building a citywide obituary archive is ambitious, which is why we need as much help as possible sharing this project with anyone you think might be interested in contributing. If you have any questions, email me at [email protected] Thank you. And stay healthy.
Is the Lehman College virtual graduation still being streamed? It is already 3:15.....
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The Surgeon General, during the president's press conference today, talked about the reasons why minority communities are being hit so hard. Well, since Elmhurst Hospital is the epicenter of the epicenter (Elmhurst, Jackson Heights, East Elmhurst, Corona), WHY isn't more attention being paid to them. Despite announcements of millions of pieces of PPE, the healthcare workers there are being provided with ONE N95 MASK PER WEEK. In addition, if The Comfort, Javits Center and Central Park's Samaritan's Purse Hospital hardly have any patients, why aren't patients who are in beds at Elmhurst Hospital in the LOBBY, OPERATING ROOMS, OFFICES, HALLWAYS being transported to those hospitals. Why isn't anyone investigating this. Because we are not Manhattan?? THIS IS A DISGRACE! Where are the politicians?? DiBlasio, Cuomo and Trump seem perfectly happy with how things are going. Are you kidding me. Voters...remember.
PPNA Community Meeting: When: Tuesday Feb.11,2020 Where: Bronx House 990 Pelham Parkway South Time: Starting at 7:15 pm Who: Stephen J Caruso Citywide Community Affairs Officer ,NYC Dept. Of Sanitation Hosted By: Pelham Parkway Neighborhood Association
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Pelham Parkway Neighborhood Association Community Meeting: When : Tuesday Jan 14 starting at 7:15 pm Where: Bronx House ,990 Pelham Parkway South Who: Guests-Effie Ardizzone,NYC Environmental Protection, Bx Borough Coordinator . Sam A. Forson- US Census Bureau Hosted by: P P N A