This Week on CAN TV

Hamlet: The Series

Don’t miss this classic Shakespearean story of a princess, a war, and a power struggle. Made for television, this “re-imagining” uses the original language in a modern setting with a female Hamlet.
Sunday, August 3, at 7 p.m. on CAN TV21

8th Chicago Latin Jazz Festival

This celebration of Latin jazz includes a tribute to bassist and South Side Chicagoan Victor Venegas, and performances by violinist James Sanders and Johnny Blas & his Afro-Libre Orquestra.
Sunday, August 3, at 9 a.m. on CAN TV21


Nonprofit Update

Welcome to the Nonprofit Update! Many of our nonprofit friends expressed interest in hearing from CAN TV about the latest resources, success stories, and news...

This Week on CAN TV

Economic Accountability Summit Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Rauner outlines his economic development agenda and addresses concerns expressed by the African American community, including Rep. Ken...

This Week on CAN TV

Sacred Spaces This documentary by Rick Roberts shows how architecture reflects a faith’s values and offers opportunities for interfaith cooperation. Sunday, July 20, at 7:30...

Happy 4th of July

Please mark you calendars: CAN TV will be open until 8 p.m. on Thursday, July 3rd, and it will be closed on Friday, July 4th....

CAN TV and WDCB-FM Partner

From Miles Davis’ trumpet to Buddy Guy’s guitar, the signature sounds of jazz and blues can now be heard by Chicago cable viewers on CAN TV42. A...

Aldermen Speak Out in Support of CAN TV

This past week, the Chicago City Council extended negotiations with Comcast for three months past the original March 15, 2014 franchise expiration date. Comcast, Chicago’s...

HoopsHIGH Hits 500 Episodes

(Chicago) – A TV show made exclusively by Chicago youth is reaching an impressive milestone this weekend: 500 episodes. HoopsHIGH covers high school and park...