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Queens Public Communications Corporation
Country United States
Broadcast areaQueens, New York City
Programming
Picture format480i (SDTV)
Ownership
OwnerQueens Public Television
Links
WebsiteQueens Public Television

Queens Public Television (QPTV) is a not-for-profit private corporation Public-access television network serving the residents of the borough of Queens, New York City. QPTV manages the four public, educational, and government access (PEG) channels (Channels 34/1995, 56/1996, 57/1997, 79/1998 on Time Warner Cable; 82, 83, 84, 85 on RCN; and 34, 35, 36, 37 on Verizon Fios) on the cable TV systems for Queens.[1][2][3][4][5]

QPTV series

  • Adventures in QPTV Land (2001)
  • American Vocal Ensemble (1999)
  • Art a-la-Carte (1989)
  • The Art of Paper Cutting (1997)
  • Artists at Work (1992)
  • Assembly Update (1997) (Network Music's Parade of Flags)
  • The Beatnik Poets (2001)
  • Ben's Music and Dance (1997)
  • Bernie's Place (2006–Present)
  • Binat Chaim School of Music (1995)
  • Business Goals 2000 (1996)
  • Caribbean Classroom
  • Caribbean Gospel Showcase (1997-1999)
  • Center Stage
  • Coaches Roundtable (1997)
  • Companion Animal Network (1996–Present)
  • Computer Animation Discussion (1994)
  • Connection Zone
  • Conversations (1998)
  • Creative Insight (1999)
  • Creative Instincts (1998)
  • Democracy in Crisis (1996–Present)
  • De Aqui y De Alla con Natty Abreu
  • DeVore Dance Center in Concert 1997 (1998)
  • The E.O.M. Rap Show (2000)
  • Exploration of the Universe (1997)
  • Eye Positive (1998)
  • Eyewitness Ministries's Time With a Band (1998)
  • Fitness World (1998)
  • From the Heart (1996)
  • The Game Show Block Party (2007–present)
  • Garbage Band 101 (1991)
  • The Gillis & Barry Show (1996–Present)
  • A Hidden Feud (1995)
  • The Hive (1997-1998)
  • In Our World
  • An Interview with Joe
  • Islam, the Universal System (1998-2000)
  • Ivanka's 1-800 Contest (1998)
  • James the Magician (1995)
  • The Jennifer Vanilla Hour (2017–present)
  • Joan's World
  • The Joe Show (1999-2000)
  • Keepin'(g) It Real (1997 and 1998)
  • Kids (2) (2000-2001)
  • Kids Will Be Kids (1999)
  • The Learning Tree Multicultural School (2000)
  • Life in the Universe (2000)
  • Lipsynch Party (2) (1997-1999)
  • The Lou Telano Show (2000)
  • The Men of Fitness (1997)
  • Mind Gym (1999)
  • Mindlight
  • Mrs. Jellybean (1995)
  • Music Festival (1998)
  • Music Movies & More (1998)
  • Nosotros, Ustedes y... Luz Estella (1998)
  • Not by Bread Alone
  • Nueva York: Ciudad de Todos (1997)
  • O's Crib
  • The On da Money show
  • The Panorama of New York City (1998)
  • Passport to the World (2000-2001)
  • Pets Alive (1996)
  • Planet Safari U.S.A. (1996)
  • Poetry in Gospel (1999)
  • Pohl Position (1999–Present)
  • Public Access in Queens (1999)
  • Queens Music Television (1999)
  • Quiet Time and Praise the Lord (1997)
  • Quinteto Brasileiro (1999)
  • The Realm of Never
  • Rhythmic Poetry (1999)
  • Richie's Place
  • Simple Science
  • Skate Time (1998)
  • Social Security & You
  • Solutions (1998–Present)
  • Survivor (1997)
  • Taekwon-Do (1997)
  • Tete-A-Tete: The Independent Music Scene (1990)
  • The Typewriter (2000)
  • Urban Souls Culture
  • The Way (1994)
  • What's Happening Berverly?
  • What Makes The Monkey Dance (2005)
  • Where We Stand
  • Women of Fitness (1997)
  • Words (1997)
  • You Name That Show (1999–Present)
  • A Young Artist Sculpts

References

  1. ^ Blabbermouth (2008-11-25). "CHRIS CAFFERY's Flushing Library Performance To Be Aired On Queens Public Television". BLABBERMOUTH.NET. Retrieved 2021-07-04.
  2. ^ HIRSHON, NICHOLAS. "Memorial for Queens Public TV chief". nydailynews.com. Retrieved 2021-07-04.
  3. ^ "QUEENS PUBLIC TELEVISION". facpub.stjohns.edu. Retrieved 2021-07-04.
  4. ^ "QPTV - Queens Public Television Reviews and Ratings | Flushing, NY | Donate, Volunteer, Review | GreatNonprofits". greatnonprofits.org. Retrieved 2021-07-04.
  5. ^ "Queens Public Television Ch. 35 Time Warner - TV Listings Guide". www.ontvtonight.com. Retrieved 2021-07-04.
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