Science Goes to the Movies hosted by Faith Salie, looks at the science in contemporary motion pictures. Written and Produced by Lisa Beth Kovetz.
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.
Distinguished Lecturer in journalism at Queens College and long-time New York Newsday columnist Sheryl McCarthy speaks with accomplished individuals from all walks of life in this engaging half-hour series.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 ...
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 ...
Ronnie Eldridge welcomes you to Eldridge and Company’s podcast – called Keeping Relevant — bringing you up to date conversations about changing perspectives in our ever changing world.
CUNY Law Prof., Natalie Chin and working family attorney, Ellyn J. Stein join us to confront misconceptions about the role of real lawyers with a special look at the role of lawyers in social justice movements
Most, if not all, of our presidents have lied to the public at one time or another. But we’ve never had one who lies like Donald Trump lies. Bob talks about that with guest, Eric Alterman, a distinguished professor of English at Brooklyn College, who is also the Nation magazine’s media columnist, and the author of the new book, “LYING IN STATE: Why…
Nueva York pays tribute to Patricio Lerzundi, CUNY professor & co-host of the show who passed away recently. Venezuelan pianist Gabriel Chakarji on releasing a new album during COVID. Latina Maria Ordonez the youngest candidate for NY City Council.
Real estate brokers, owners, operators - long term believers in the vitality of New York City - discuss efforts to keep their tenants, loosing some and negotiating with others, and developments in Westchester County for those considering suburban and New York City office space.
Martha S. Jones, History Professor at John Hopkins University and Author of "Vanguard" and L. Joy Williams, Political Strategist and Creator and Host of "#SundayCivics" discusses the fight for black women in securing their voice and seat at the table.
Covid-19 brings New York's residential markets to a crisis: a decline in rents, largely in affordable multi-families with work-force tenants. Guests discussed fair market renters, many having left apartments and the city to live with parents. Will they return? Colleges are closed, causing a decrease in renters. Challenging!…
REMEMBER THE LADIES, wrote Abigail Adams to John, in 1776, opening Julie Suk's book, "We the Women: The Unstoppable Mothers of the Equal Rights Amendment." But he didn't! CUNY Professor Suk describes the women who for 100 years fought for ERA's passage.
Host Sheryl McCarthy welcomes Harold Holzer, Abraham Lincoln and Civil War leading authority, to talk about the removal of Confederate statues and his new book "The President's vs. the Press". CUNY TV, September 15, 9:00PM.
Bob talks with longtime poverty correspondent, Greg Kaufmann, about the impact of COVID-19 on the poorest communities in this country. Set against the backdrop of an economic crisis and a bitter presidential election, there is a need to focus on those who are being left behind.
Optimistic about the future of New York's economy, guests discuss the current state of real estate activity: market rate rents, stable vs affordable rent collections, lower but improving; hotels: occupancy still poor, conversion to housing, being considered; the studio business: strong demand, robust; life sciences: a growth industry!…
Information and communication technology are essential to business, education, health and everyday living. Guests discuss Data Centers, dedicated space, built to provide remote storage, computing and the exchange of large amounts of data, and the industry's real estate needs.
Eddie Glaude Jr., Professor of African American Studies at Princeton University discusses the way he studies the works of James Baldwin and how it ties into what we are experiencing today in black america with his new book, "Begin Again".
With undergraduate and graduate degrees in engineering, James Simmons learns he needs another degree - this time an MBA. Medicine, law, engineering were accessible to minorities, Simmons says, Wall St., finance, real estate were still unknown. Part 2.
James H. Simmons III, describes the support he experienced throughout his life and career from a loving family, from educators and colleagues, leading to his success in engineering and in real estate, as founder and CEO of Asland Capital Partners. Pt. 1.
Child of immigrant parents, he made his parents cry when he dropped ot of college, the man who "wanted to be a success, entrepreneur/innovator John Catsimatidis discusses real estate, supermarkets, radio stations, oil companies and running for NY's Mayor.
In Part 2, bankers discuss real estate investment opportunities in 2020, including industrial/warehouse properties, food-anchored, small strip malls, and the suburban office market. The challenge of this investment is will more or less space be required as workers do or do not choose to work from home.…
Guests discuss money, banking and real estate financing, describing March/April as "pretty dark days," and commenting on positive effects of the government's intervention. Even with government help, borrowers are suffering. How long can loans be deferred; how to prepare for the third and fourth quarters - issues discussed. Pt. 1…
In Part 2, guests discussed major present and future challenges posed by Covid-19 to the real estate industry. Co-Work/Co-Living facilities are questioned; working from home vs returning to an in-office community; the rental market; the movement to the suburbs; will lower prices make acquisitions more inviting.…
The Brujas of Brooklyn on their healing practices; flamenco singer Miguel Poveda on 30yrs as artist; the Guelagetza familiar a project to reunite Mexican families; Alfaguara Prize winner, writer Juan Gabriel Vasquez, Afro-American musician Otura Mun
Adaptive Design's craftspeople and designers create equipment aiding physically impaired children and adults to better function in their daily lives. Jennifer Hercman and board member Ronnie Eldridge discuss the challenges to a modest not-for-profit group
Guests discuss the ongoing challenge to hospitality, to retail and to other asset classes during the pandemic. Internet shopping will continue to lead retail; outdoor dining, box lunches will help hospitality. The white-tablecloth restaurant is hurting; rent deferments, loan extensions, underwriting, concessions are examined.…
Developers, owners, asset managers discuss New York's unique neighborhoods, attractive to condo buyers as their home, and to others, as an investment. Queens, Astoria, Long Island City, Upper Manhattan represent different markets, different products and different price points.
Luke Hayes, campaign manager for Jamaal Bowman's successful primary campaign, discusses organizing a campaign, familiarizing the public with a candidate, volunteers, raising funds, endorsements, getting a candidate's message out to the voter and more.
Reviewing 2019's rent laws, guests noted the positive effects to their industry, including steady income and commitment to a long-term investment. The Bronx - a leader in affordable housing, is seen as a good investment - with some problems: retail, still a Mom & Pop operation.
On this episode we look at the very moving Steven Gukas film “93 Days,” plus Steven Sodderburgh’s startlingly prescient film “Contagion.” Our guest is Dr. Mark Siddall of the AMNH, curator of the Disease Eradication Exhibition, “Countdown To Zero.”
Did you know there is no Federal anti-lynching law even with the Black Lives Matter protests and murder of George Floyd? Find out why on "One to One" from Gloria Brown-Marshall, Professor of Constitutional Law at John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
A collaboration of remarkable women: activists, lawyers, students, policy makers, formerly incarcerated women discuss the impact of the Domestic Violence Survivors Justice Act and domestic violence on the sentencing of women in prison.
In Part 2 of their discussion of senior housing facilities, Michael Stoler and guests consider the adaptation of former hotels and malls, particularly in large urban areas. Top chefs, varied activities and programs, location - important when selecting senior housing, along with new technology, cleaning techniques, space division, staff dress - due …
Homage to Mexican Francisco Mendez, founder of Mendez Boxing gym, who was a victim of COVID-19. The amazing poet Luis García Montero, current Director of Cervantes Institute. Colombian band Aterciopelados and the secret to stay successful and respected.By CUNY TV
The new Queens College President Frank H. Wu sits down with host Sheryl McCarthy to discuss his plans for this ethnically diverse college and his thoughts about today's racial justice issues. Wu is the first Asian-American at the helm of QC.
In 2018, 16% of the US population was reported to be over 65 - leading guests to talk about the growth and development of senior housing facilities throughout the country, centering on different levels of care and services from Independent Living, Assisted Living, to Memory Care/Specialized Care. Part 1.…
With coronavirus dominating the news, many have lost sight that we are facing national elections in November. Political analyst Doug Schoen reads the tea leaves on what will happen with the White House, Senate and House races.
Dr. Joy Harris-Smith, Co-Author of “The ABC’s of Diversity” and Siah Hagin, School and Mental Health Counselor discuss if and when it’s the right time to discuss racism with your children and how they are being affected by this pandemic
Les Leopold, author of "Runaway Inequality," executive director of The Labor Institute discusses programs and workshops to build a coherent mass movement promoting economic, social and environmental justice.
Good news in difficult times from a less-glamorous real estate asset class, the Industrial Market! Converting and re-converting properties from retail to industrial has enthusiastic lender and tenant support. These facilities are also attractive to life sciences, bio-tech and studio production companies.…
These are traumatic times we are living through, and virtually all of us are paying a price physically, economically, and maybe above all, psychologically. Bob talks about the powerful psychological impact of the COVID-19 pandemic with his guest, Dr. Michael Sweeney, a psychologist who is the director of the Metropolitan Center for Cognitive Behavi…
Mayor De Blasio wants to slash $1 billion from the NYPD budget as a measure of reform following the tragic murders in Minneapolis and Atlanta. Former NYPD Commissioner Ray Kelly shares how budget cuts will diminish public safety.
Part 2, focusing on the pandemic and real estate, guests discuss the future of working from home - some love it, some don't, the hotel industry - when hit hard, historically, comes roaring back, and the benefits of Co-Working, Airbnb - more stringent cleaning policy, Florida, and multi-family/affordable housing.…
Helen Rosenthal, City Council Member, discusses an estimated $13 billion short-fall in NY's budget which was sound prior to COVID-19. The problem now is inadequate revenue. Rosenthal suggests a return to the Securities Transfer Tax for that revenue.
America has a human rights crisis, from our covid 19 response, censoring information on the infection, to our record of police brutality. Ken Roth of Human Rights Watch talks about lessons to learn.
Dr. D'Weston Haywood, author of "Let Us Make Men and Professor at Hunter College discusses racial advancement, #sayhername, justice reform and recent protests.
Dr. William Cole, NYU Langone discusses the growth of telemedicine, remote medical care, popular world-wide due to COVID-19. Did he anticipate another COVID-19 wave, "Absolutely," he said. Get tested & consider your activities best for you and the family.
Describing COVID-19 as an emotional waiting-game and noting that businesses are trying to "hold on," guests discuss new demand for warehousing and plans to re-imagine The Mall - less retail - a more diverse use of space: work, live, food outlets, medical offices, life science facilities and more.
Author and poet Honor Moore talks to host Sheryl McCarthy about “Our Revolution”, her new memoir of her mother, Jenny McKean Moore, mother of 9 and wife of Episcopal Bishop Paul Moore Jr., who battled to become a more modern woman.
The City University of New York's Chancellor, Felix V. Matos Rodriguez, talks with Bob Herbert about how the nation's largest urban public university system is coping with the COVID-19 pandemic, the affects the pandemic has had on the students and faculty, budget concerns, as well as the lessons CUNY can learn from the racial justice protests as it…
Protests in the U.S., which Trump threatened to put down with the army. MN Police indicated for murder; Barr tries to dismiss Flynn case; Dahlia Lithwick shares how Trump politics undermines the law.