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Best On CUNYTV podcasts we could find (updated January 2020)
Best On CUNYTV podcasts we could find
Updated January 2020
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Building New York, a lively conversation hosted by Michael Stoler, New York’s only Monthly television broadcast featuring local and national leaders responsible for real estate activities in the Metropolitan region. The program provides insight to the latest news, developments and economic trends.
Ronnie M. Eldridge, articulate, outspoken, and passionate member of the New York City Council from 1989 to 2001, hosts this series which covers the issues and institutions, the people and politics of New York City.
Nueva York is an Emmy award winning series about Latino culture in New York. The 30-minute show explores the rich textures of Latino society in the city, focusing on politics, art, culture, and the traditions of Spanish-speaking populations across the metropolitan area.
A weekly half-hour program featuring interviews with significant men and women from a variety of fields: officeholders and activists, economists, labor leaders, writers and artists.
Black America is an in-depth conversation that explores what it means to be Black in America. The show profiles Black activists, academics, business leaders, sports figures, elected officials, artists and writers to gauge this experience in a time of both turbulence and breakthroughs.
The Stoler Report, Real Estate Trends in the Tri-State region, is New York's only television broadcast featuring real estate and business leaders. Hosted by Michael R. Stoler, the monthly program features lively round-table discussions of topical issues in the world of real estate. The series has aired on CUNY TV since 2003.
Conversations in the Digital Age with Jim Zirin is a talk show designed to illuminate the news by taking the time required to understand and interpret national and world events. The series features high-profile guests from the worlds of politics, law, business, foreign relations, national security, counterterrorism, media, lifestyles, literature, the arts, and the military. The series is hosted by Jim Zirin, a leading litigator and contributor to major publications including Forbes, the Dail ...
Science Goes to the Movies hosted by Faith Salie, looks at the science in contemporary motion pictures.Written and Produced by Lisa Beth Kovetz.
City Talk is CUNY TV 's forum for politics and public affairs. City Talk presents lively discussion of New York City issues, with the people that help make this city function. City Talk is hosted by Professor Doug Muzzio, political commentator for WABC-TV New York, co-director of the Center for the Study of Leadership in Government and the founder and former director of the Baruch College Survey Research Unit, both at Baruch College's School of Public Affairs.
Brian Lehrer, of WNYC Radio's Brian Lehrer Show, also hosts an hour-long weekly television show on CUNY-TV. In addition to highlighting new academic research with the power to transform society and policy in a regular segment called, "Public Intellectual," Brian interviews experts on a wide variety of topics including: the digital age and how it’s transforming our world; new social and political trends and current events in New York City and beyond; entrepreneurs of change; grassroots enviro ...
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Commenting on productivity in 2019, bankers representing real estate, retail, office markets described the year as a good-not great year; active, good volume and competitive. Multi-family, transit oriented rentals, a robust Brooklyn - of interest in 2020.
Kalmon Dolgin Affilliates opened as a brokerage business in 1904. Founded by great grand father, the business continues to be run by the family-fourth generation cousins, Joshua and Grant Dolgin. Their fathers discuss how to maintain a family business
Father and son candidly review their many years working together, talking honestly about the good times and how they dealt with the not-so-good times. The pain and joy when transitioning out of a business you've led for more than 50 years is also discussed.
In Part 2, young participants in the Graduate Center’s Youth Justice Research Collaborative describe their on-site work as Court Watchers, recording activity, mannerisms, attitudes of Court Officers, who play a major role in how courts work.
One of the most disheartening aspects of the current era is the rise of anti-Semitism, including here in the United States and right here in the New York metropolitan area. Bob talks about the causes of this devastating surge in hatred, and what we can do about it, with guests Hindy Poupko, the deputy chief planning officer at UJA-Federation of New…
A neighbor invited Marlene Post, parent, registered nurse to a meeting of Hadassah. The rest is history! And a long list of dedicated service follows: National and International President of Hadassah, UJA, JCRC board member, Chair of Birthright, and more.
J'Nai Bridges, Mezzo Soprano known for her "rich, dark, exciting sound" and Artist and Composer, Damien Sneed discusses their work in the arts and performs Duke Ellington's "Heaven".
Members of the Youth Justice Research Collaborative, focused at the CUNY Graduate Center, bringing together communities, organizations, expertise and commitment discuss efforts to hold government accountable to juvenile justice legislation, Raise the Age, recently signed by Governor Cuomo. Pt 1/2
Many remember Bush Terminal, the Navy Yard and similar industrial areas as primarily manufacturing sites. Today, these industrial locations represent a variety of enterprises: storage, trucking, artist studios, warehouses and, yes, film and tv production companies.
Stephen Heintz, CEO and President of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, co-founded a back channel dialogue leading to a nuclear deal with Iran. He launched a bottom-up dialogue between Israelis and Palestinians.
Hemali Phatnani, PhD is Director of the Center for Genomics of Neurodegenerative Disease at the New York Genome Center studying ALS and other neurodegenerative diseases. An ardent Perry Mason fan, Dr. Phatnani is motivated to search out solutions.
Renowned Colombian writer, Juan Gabriel Vasquez & his urban portrait of Bogota. Afro Dominican twins, Brujas of Brooklyn & their healing practices. John Jay College Immigrant Student Success Center on dreamers and undocumented students & the 2020 CensusBy CUNY TV
2019 Charter Revision Commission Chair, Gail Benjamin outlines the commission's procedures, practices, and numerous public meetings to analyze NYC's Charter, and the public's vote to approve five changes to the charter. Low voter turn out is discussed.
Guests, bullish on new transit-oriented development at Grand Central, enthusiastically discussed the benefits to business and life-style of Eastside Access to Long Island and White Plains, energizing those areas and invigorating Midtown and Eastside Manhattan.
As we confront the 40th anniversary of the Knapp Commission and the days of Frank Serpico, two distinguished former police commissioners Raymond W. Kelly and Richard J. Condon reflect on the Commission’s accomplishments and changes in the culture of NYPD.
Bob is joined by Suzanne Nossel, chief executive of PEN America, an organization that has taken a deep dive into the decline of local news coverage in the United States, and the disturbing consequences of that decline. The two discuss PEN America’s new report with the disturbing title, “Losing the News: The Decimation of Local Journalism and the Se…
The city of New York is endlessly fascinating, and much of its history is hiding in plain sight all around us. Bob is joined by an old friend and longtime colleague, who has written a wonderful new book that takes us on a surprise-filled tour of the city and reveals some of that extraordinary history. He’s Sam Roberts, the urban affairs corresponde…
Robert Knakal, chairman of New York Investment Sales at JLL. formerly co-founder with partner Paul Massey of Massey Knakal Reality Advisors, street hockey player, UPenn baseball-pitcher, ice hockey enthusiast, deal maker talks about his career.
NYC Public Advocate Jumaane Williams joins host, Carol Jenkins to discuss his plan for housing the underprivileged, underfunding at CUNY and the criminal justice reform.
A significant but surprising statistic: investment sales have been slowing down since October 2015, in some boroughs and sectors as much as 69%. Also discussed: the effect on the market of New York's June 2019 Rent Laws. All agreed: New York has old stock and needs new construction.
With passion, Doug Muzzio, Baruch College professor, expressing serious concern for the future, describes the "Orwellian" state of America's politics: the impact of money, ideologues, corruption, lack of principles, impeachment, and the lieslieslies.
Reporter and editor at the Wall Street Journal, Joanne Lipman wrote a bestselling book "That’s What She Said." She tells Jim Zirin how she would overcome the unconscious gender bias in the American workplace.
From LAMC: Gaby Moreno, LA based Guatemalan singer-songwriter on writing Parks & Recreation's theme & other songs. Andrea Echeverri, Héctor Buitrago, the Colombian rock duo behind Aterciopelados. Macaco on exploring black funk, reggae & rumba catalanaBy CUNY TV
Though the June 2019 New York Rent Laws have significantly affected the real estate market, guests agree that, while some sales are down, New York's economy is strong, most rent stabilized apartments are rented, and people continue to come to New York to live, work and play.
This month's arts: a holiday arts round up; the Brookyn Youth Chorus; comedian Adam Ferrera; actor Tony Hale; the Harold Prince exhibit at NYPL; and Queensborough Community College's Survival and Sovereignty exhibit.
Once called senility, today, Alzheimer's disease, a form of dementia, affects more people than cancer and heart disease. Guests discuss bio-markers, PET scans, genetic markers (ApoE4) and treatment. Caregivers describe their dedication to family members.
Richard Holbrooke was Clinton’s Ambassador to the UN. He opposed the Vietnam war early on. He helped end the war in Bosnia. But his character was deeply flawed. Holbrooke’s biographer George Packer tells Jim Zirin the inside story.
Guest developers and lender agree that Jersey City is primed to move from New Jersey's second largest city to number one - as the transit oriented area continues to attract hotels, office development and the residential community.
Mostly known for her role as "Aunt Vi" in Oprah Winfrey and Ava Duvernay's produced show, "Queen Sugar", actress Tina Lifford joins Abi Ishola to discuss her newly released book, "The Little Book of Big Lies: A Journey Into Inner Fitness".
Yearly, New York City welcomes approximately 67 million visitors. Hotel operators a banker and a travel advisor discuss the base number of hotel rooms (125,000) and those under construction (15,000), the effects of Airbnb, branded hotels vs independents, hotels in the boroughs and Five and Six Star hotels.…
Brett Stoudt, a psychology professor at The CUNY Graduate Center and John Jay College discusses research projects focusing on privilege & oppression, aggressive & discriminatory policing, in conjunction with policy makers & community members of all ages
Journalist Lynn Sherr tells Jim Zirin how women got the right to vote as we approach the anniversary of the 19th Amendment.
Author, Marlon James joins to discuss his latest book “Black Leopard, Red Wolf”.
Panelists describe the office market: robust, strong, with rents - higher than ever and pushing higher! Midtown rezoning revitalizing that area, new construction, new products, outstanding amenities attract fast growing technology companies, while substantially renovated buildings, also with amenities, appeal to those favoring a vintage-look.…
NewYork-Presbyterian, with 10 hospital campuses and partnerships with two medical schools - adds new facilities, technology and programs as it continues to serve those who need its care: Stroke Ambulances, Tele-Medicine and Mental Health, Ambulatory Care Center and more.
We keep being told that the economy is great. It’s true that unemployment is at a near half-century low, and inflation is also low, but if the economy is so good, why do so many people feel financially insecure? Bob talks about all of this and more with guest Dr. Carl Van Horn, an expert on employment issues and the founding director of the John J.…
The Science of Rick and Morty” – because some of Rick’s science is kind of-sort of real-ish.
Networking - not just who you know; it's how well you know the person and the business that is important. Guests talked about building trust and relationships, noting that younger clients respected a business with a good heart - an ethical business.
Brooklyn College professor, Anthony Mancini describes BC's Journalism & Media Studies- JAMS-as a "real journalism and media studies program." Merging two journalism programs, reporting and writing, into a larger program, provides students more options.
Guests commented on community support and local government leadership, successfully attracting residential and commercial development - hotels, healthcare facilities, retail, multifamily residential - in Westchester: New Rochelle, Yonkers, Harrison, Rye.
Guests discussed the kinds of deals and areas of commercial real estate development, that they - as alternative lenders - are interested in doing business: condo construction, retail, hospitality, transitional space, co-living projects.
Cristal Williams Chancellor, Director of Communications for the Women's Media Center and Journalist, Katti Gray discusses the presence of women of color in the media or lack thereof.
Nueva York with Jei Osorio defying conventions as opera singer and activist for the gay community. Carmen Boullosa interviews poet & Instituto Cervantes director, Luis Garcia Montero. Percussionist producer, singer Otura Mun & his project "IFÈ"By CUNY TV
Jerry Goldfeder, a national expert on election and campaign finance law, talks about NY's Charter Commission reforms, Rank Choice Voting, the "wild west" of campaign finance and more. Goldfeder and host Eldridge discuss Impeachments, past and present.
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