There’s still time to sign up for community television production training with Bronxnet TV, July 18 to September 10, 2016.
Saturday, June 25th was the anniversary of the first color television broadcast in 1951.
Lily Tomlin Receives Lifetime Achievement Award The International Cinematographers Guild Publicists recently held its 53rd Annual ICG Publicists Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. Legendary comedian/actress Lily Tomlin received a Lifetime Achievement Award from Sally Field. Tom Ortenberg, CEO of Open Road Films, was presented […]
Julio Pabon — Bronx Not 4 Sale Julio Pabon — Bronx Not For Sale On Twitter: @JulioPabonBX Campaign website: Julio Pabon For City Council Facebook: Julio Pabon In this nonpartisan special election Mr. Julio Pabon will be running on the independent Bronx Not For […]
Rafael Salamanca — Community First On Twitter: @SalamancaJr80 Campaign website: Salamanca NYC In this nonpartisan special election Mr. Rafael Salamanca, Jr. will be running on the independent Community First ballot line on February 23. Citing the construction boom happening on the waterfront in […]
J. Loren Russell — Rebuilding Our BX On Twitter: @JLorenR Campaign website: J. Loren Russell — Rebuilding Our Community In this nonpartisan special election for City Council, Mr. J. Loren Russell will be running under the independent Rebuilding Our BX ballot line. Mr. Russell is […]
George Alvarez — Bronx For All On Twitter: @Vote_Alvarez Campaign website: Vote Alvarez In this nonpartisan special election Mr. George Alvarez will be running under the independent Bronx For All ballot line. Mr. George Alvarez holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science and a […]
Joann Otero — Bronx Stronger On Twitter: @JoannOteroForc1 Campaign website: Joann Otero For Council In this nonpartisan special election Ms. Otero will be running under the independent Bronx Stronger ballot line. Ms. Joann Otero served as chief of staff to former Councilwoman Maria del Carmen […]
Marlon Molina — Bronx Renewal Mr. Molina is a former bank employee and member of Bronx Community Board 3 in Morrisania. Two years ago he co-founded the Bronx Volunteer Coalition to help match good samaritans with worthy causes. He feels strongest about […]
The New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB) announces the release of the official NYC Votes Voter Guide for the special election in Bronx Council District 17 that will be held on Tuesday, February 23, 2016. The online guide provides non-partisan […]
The Real Colonel Sanders Is Back. Yet Again. Seriously. KFC Debuts New Celebrity Colonel During Sunday’s Pregame And Live Stream LOUISVILLE, KY/PRNewswire/ — Kentucky Fried Chicken® continues to re-introduce the “real” Colonel Sanders in its newest ad starring actor/comedian/writer/producer Jim Gaffigan. […]
NEW YORK – PIX11, Tribune Broadcasting’s New York flagship station, is joining Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. in proclaiming January 28th ‘Mr. G Day’ in the Bronx. The ceremony will be held at P.S. 65 in the South Bronx. PS 65, The Mother Hale […]
ASSEMBLYMAN SEPULVEDA ON BRONXTALK – Tonight host Gary Axelbank will welcome Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda back to BronxTalk. As he makes his fourteenth appearance on the program, the legislator from the Bronx’ 87th district will talk about how his district fared […]
‘PROJECT CLUB CLEMENTE’ ON BRONXTALK TONIGHT On Martin Luther King’s birthday, BronxTalk will celebrate the life, legacy, and commitment of another freedom fighter, ‘The Great One’, Roberto Clemente. Project Club Clemente is a Bronx group that completed Clemente’s mission to […]
FIRST HOME TV “SETS” Profile America — Couch potatoes can trace their roots to this date in 1928 when three experimental television sets were installed in private homes in Schenectady, New York. Not that there was much to see, the […]