Jim McVane is CAN TV’s New Executive Director
He began his duties on March 6th.
Call for Entries- Hometown Media Awards
Deadline is March 30th.
CAN TV closed on February 20th
In observance of Presidents' Day.
Political Forum with Ald. Chris Taliaferro
Watch & call in on February 8th at 7 p.m. on CAN TV21 &
CAN TV closed on January 16th
In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
CAN TV will be open from 10a-3p on Dec. 31st & closed on Jan. 1st & 2nd.
A Rockin’ Holiday Tradition
Catch JBTV's 28th annual Safe Drive Live Music Marathon on CAN TV19 this New Year's Eve.
Looking Back, Looking Forward
A letter from CAN TV's Executive Director
CAN TV Is Open on Saturdays
Open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays.
First Lady Invites CAN TV Nonprofit Member to State of the Union Address
In recognition of the work to advance the benefits of the Affordable Care Act.
CAN TV board chair off to bigger things
Outgoing board chair, Alie Kabba, announced his candidacy for President of Sierra Leone.
10-Year Renewal for RCN Franchise
Chicago City Council renewed RCN's cable area two franchise on December 9th.
Local programs garner national honors
Free Spirit Media News and The Dinner Party win Hometown Media Awards
Governor signs Cable Act renewal
Gov. Rauner signed a two-year renewal of the Illinois Cable and Video Competition Act.
Cable Act renewed by state legislature
Illinois House and Senate approve two-year renewal of Cable Act
Chicago Newsroom Wins Again
Honored by Chicago International Film Festival and the Best of the Midwest Video Fest.
Berny Stone: Champion of “The People’s Network”
The CAN TV community mourns the loss of former Chicago Ald. Berny Stone.
WDCB Jazz a Hit for CAN TV Viewers
CAN TV42 is fast becoming a go-to place for jazz enthusiasts in Chicago.
Happy 4th of July
CAN TV is open until 8 p.m. on July 3rd and closed on July 4th.
Dynamic New Website Promotes CAN TV Services
CAN TV launches a new website this week, inviting visitors to get involved, create programs, and watch.
CAN TV and WDCB-FM Partner
WDCB Public Radio's jazz and blues now airs on CAN TV42
Aldermen Send Strong Signal to Comcast
Chicago City Council wants Comcast to end the delays and support CAN TV.
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...
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