Tucson Shines on TV...


Access Tucson’s been busy the past three months. Location shoots and one live show from Studio A give Tucsonans the opportunity to enjoy diverse community programming.

Access Tucson helps local non-profit organizations or government entities use television to inform and entertain citizens living in the Tucson Valley. Our 3 cable channels reach approximately 200,000 households in the city and county and worldwide internet viewers.
You won’t want to miss:

4th Annual March for Children
200 people turned out to march for children and against child abuse in April and kicked off National Child Abuse Prevention month.

“This is a community issue, and we need community support,” Pima County Juvenile Court Presiding Judge, Patricia Escher says.

Access Tucson brings you an in-depth look at child abuse and neglect in our area and what we can do to help children and their parents.

Thru May...
Every Wednesday & Friday at 8pm
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“What’s This Show About?” Building Free Speech…
This show’s about the fundamental right of free speech and the value of public access television.

A lively panel of Access Tucson producers and community members refute critics who claim that hardly anyone watches public access television…and describe the means by which any of us can use television to speak with our community and the world beyond.

Thru May……
Every Tuesday & Thursday at 8pm
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Cesar Chavez Bridge Dedication …
A beautiful new bridge graces Tucson’s Southside. The Cesar Chavez Labor Bridge was dedicated earlier this year—and Access Tucson was there.

You’ll see a lot more than the ribbon cutting ceremony. Watch interviews with labor and social-justice activists Dolores Huerta and Cesar Chavez’s brother Richard, along with the bridge artists and community members.

City Councilmember Steve Leal and many Southside neighbors worked with artists Alex Garza and Josh Sarantitis to build this unique bridge

Premiere Weekend
June 21, 6pm and 9pm
June 22, 8pm and 11pm
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World Refugee Day-Tucson
Celebrate and learn about the rich traditions and contributions of Tucson's refugees. Access Tucson takes its mini-mobile remote unit to the historic Dunbar School on June 20th for music, dancing, drum circles, food and children's games from around the world.
Premieres in July 2008
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Living Healthy in America
Tucson is home to more than 13,000 refugees and resettles more than 600 new arrivals each year

Access Tucson’s long-running series, TucsonVision is the model for a $25,000 grant from Catholic Healthcare West to assist local refugee populations. The grant was recently awarded to La Frontera Center, Inc.

The funding will be used to produce and air a TucsonVision series and create DVDs that focus on injury prevention, safe home environment, mental/behavioral health issues and how to access appropriate care.
Premieres in September 2008
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Foreigner Benefit Concert
Access Tucson rolls out the production truck for this international rock legend concert. Proceeds from the performance benefit La Paloma Kids.
Premieres in October 2008
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