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EBTV to move from Channel 3.

EBTV to move from Channel 3.
On or about July 23, 2014, Comcast will be moving EBTV for East Brunswick subscribers from our current Channel 3 to Channel 26. Please help us get the word out during this transition. Look for updated information at www.ebtv.org

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EBTV Wins Big at JAM Video Festival Awards!

EBTV Wins Big at JAM Video Festival Awards!

Eleven EBTV videos placed as finalists, and were recognized as "Outstanding Videos" in the 2013 JAM Video Festival Awards, sponsored by the Jersey Access Group (JAG) and the MidAtlantic Region of the Alliance for Community Media (MAR ACM). Seven EBTV videos were honored as best in category, and garnered "Video Excellence" awards. EBTV thanks our volunteer talent - all of the hosts and reporters - who make EBTV programming worth watching. See these award-winning shows as Video on Demand, right here on ebtv3.org. Here are the winners:

CHILDREN & YOUTH:   Traffic Safety is Elementary: Don’t Clown Around (produced by James Polos, Middlesex Board of Chosen Freeholders, and Dave Ambrosy);

DIVERSITY:   Winning Season – East Brunswick Special Sports (produced by Barbara Reiss and Anthony Pagliuco);

INSTRUCTIONAL & TRAINING:  Traffic Safety is Elementary: Don’t Clown Around (produced by James Polos, Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders, and Dave Ambrosy);

ISSUES & POLITICAL PROCESS:  Governor Chris Christie’s Town Hall (produced by Anthony Pagliuco);

NEWS & MAGAZINE:  This Week in East Brunswick: 2012 Highlights (produced by Anthony Pagliuco and EBTV Volunteer Reporters);

RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY:  Totally East Brunswick – East Brunswick Clergy Council (produced by Barbara Reiss and Cindy O’Connor);

PROGRAM  OPENING:  Sports Intro 2012 (produced by Dave Ambrosy);

These programs were recognized as "Outstanding Videos," and placed as finalists in the competition:

SENIOR PROGRAMMING:  Totally East Brunswick – Inside the Senior Center (produced by Barbara Reiss, Anthony Pagliuco, and the East Brunswick Office on Aging);

DOCUMENTARY:   Old Ways in NJ: A Tour of Voorhees Mall at Rutgers (produced by Angus Kress Gillespie);

SPORTS PROGRAMMING:   Sports Talk: Fall Sports Review (produced by Ken Saroka and Frank Noppenberger);

BEST ACCESS NEW JERSEY PROGRAM:  Helmetta Animal Shelter (produced by Sydney Contrino and Anthony Pagliuco).

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YouTube Special Delivery

YouTube Special Delivery
Watch EBTV on your computer, on demand! Visit the EBTV Video on Demand service at www.ebtv3.org; or subscribe to the EBTV3 Channel on YouTube, for notifications of new programming delivered right to your mailbox!

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Special Sports!

Special Sports!
Barbara Reiss interviews Anthony Mazzuchetti, Jon Alba, and Steven Johnson about sports for children with special needs this month on "Totally East Brunswick." Watch Sundays at 7 p.m.; Mondays at 4 p.m.; and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. & 11 p.m.

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Governor Chris Christie's Town Hall, East Brunswick

Governor Chris Christie's Town Hall, East Brunswick
Tune in to EBTV in June and watch Gov. Chris Christie’s Town Hall event. The governor visited the East Brunswick Jewish Center on Thursday, May 31, and EBTV was there. Watch the event June 5 through June 30 on Tuesdays at 11 a.m.; Wednesdays at 9 p.m.; and Saturdays at 1 p.m. Excerpts may be seen on this Week in East Brunswick for one week beginning Thursday, June 7. This Week in East Brunswick is show daily at 7:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m., Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 11 p.m., and Saturday, Sunday and Monday at 11 a.m. EBTV can be found on Comcast channel 3, and Verizon FiOs Channel 37.

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Holocaust Remembrance: Generation to Generation

Holocaust Remembrance: Generation to Generation
The impact of the Holocaust on the second and third generations is discussed this month on "Totally East Brunswick." Guest host Barbara Reiss speaks with Mirah Becker, Founder, Second Generation of Middlesex County; Dr. Shirley Wachtel, author, "My Mother's Shoes"; and Howie Wachtel, Political Advisor, U.S. Mission to the United Nations. The guests recount personal stories of how the Holocaust impacted the lives of their families. Watch it this month Sundays at 7 p.m.; Mondays at 4 p.m.; and Wednesdays at 8 p.m. & 11 p.m. - or see it on demand on www.ebtv3.org.

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Community Day 2012 now on "Totally East Brunswick with Mayor Stahl"

Community Day 2012 now on
Mayor David Stahl visits the East Brunswick Public Library and the Senior Center and speaks with participants in Community Day 2012.

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Community Day 2012 now on "Totally East Brunswick with Mayor Stahl"

Community Day 2012 now on
Mayor David Stahl visits the East Brunswick Public Library and the Senior Center and speaks with participants in Community Day 2012.

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Stories of Hope & Healing on EBTV

Stories of Hope & Healing on EBTV
Mayor David Stahl and his guest, Michael Nissenblatt, MD, offer stories of hope and healing this month on "Totally East Brunswick...with Mayor Stahl." Watch it as VOD at www.ebtv3.org.

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Did you miss this one?

Did you miss this one?
If you missed this edition of "Old Ways in NJ" - a tour of the Voorhees Mall at Rutgers University - see it as Video on Demand at www.ebtv3.org. Host Angus Kress Gillespie is joined by Elizabeth Reeves, Assistant Planner at Rutgers University for a fascinating history of the buildings on the quad.

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