DTV Host Michael Davis discusses the August Primary with Democratic State Legislature Candidates Matthew Park (District 15) and Justin Davis (District 14) about their candidacies for seats in the Tennessee State Legislature. DTV airs on Community Television tonight at 7:30 PM and can be found at the following channels/websites

DTV airs on the following cable channels:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

and CTV streams live (here!)

DTV Host Michael Davis discusses with Rep Rick Staples and Sam McKenzie the Democratic Primary contest for the District 15 seat in the Tennessee House of Representatives tonight at 7:30 PM on the Community TV Channel Watch tonight to learn about 2 of the Democratic candidates facing off in the August Democratic primary to represent District 15 in the Tennessee General Assembly.

DTV airs on the following cable channels:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

and CTV streams live here!

Fri
May 15 2020
08:10 am
By: Doug Veum

Faith in Action

John Stewart discusses how did the pandemic affect worship, what was learned from that experience and how may worship be different when this virus is stopped with three members of the Knoxville Clergy on

Friday night, May 15 on Community TV at 7:30 PM (see below for cable channels to watch.

Rabbi Erin Boxt, Rabbi of Temple Beth El in Knoxville, a Reform Jewish Congregation

The Rev. John Gill, Senior Pastor of Church of the Savior, United Church of Christ I

Rev. Meredith Loftis, Associate Pastor, First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville

The Community TV channel can be viewed at:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

This show also streams live at here

DTV veteran host Michael Davis introduces Democratic Candidates for Tennessee State House of Representatives Districts 16 and 18 Elizabeth Rowland and Virginia Couch to our DTV audience at 7:30 PM on Friday, May 8th.

DTV airs at 7:30 PM on Fridays on the following cable channels:
AT&T U-verse: Channel 99
Comcast NBC Universal: Channel 12
WOW! Channel 6
Charter: Channel 193

DTV can also be accessed live at 7:30 PM on Fridays here

Community TV Archives of all DTV Programs since Apr 2018 at here

DTV Host Sylvia Woods introduces First District City Council Member Tommy Smith to the Community TV audience at 7:30 PM on Friday, Apr 24th.

DTV can be seen on the following cable channels:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow Channel 6
AT&T U-verse Channel 99
Or watch it live on line (here!)

DTV Host Michael Davis interviews Knox County Commission Democratic 1st District candidate Dasha Lundy and 5th District Candidate Kimberly Peterson on DTV this evening.

DTV airs at 7:30 PM tonight on the Community TV Channel which can be viewed on these cable channels:

AT&T Uverse: Channel 99
Comcast NBC Universal: Channel 12
WOW! Channel 6
Charter: Channel 193

and live streams at @ (link...)

DTV's Michael Davis hosts Democratic Knox County Commission candidates Courtney Durrette and Todd Frohmmeyer about their candidacy and what they see as priorities for the Knox County Government. DTV will air on Community TV of Knox County on Friday, Mar 20 @ 7:30 pm

DTV airs on several cable channels tonight, Mar 20 at 7:30 PM and also streams live at the same time (here!)

Where to watch Democratic TV

AT&T Uverse: Channel 99
Comcast NBC Universal: Channel 12
WOW! Channel 6
Charter: Channel 193

Mayor Indya Kincannon lays out her goals for her term as Mayor of Knoxville with John Stewart tonight on DTV. Tune in to hear our new mayor in her first extended opportunity to speak to the citizens of Knoxville about where she wants to lead the city and what the city should be like when she has accomplished her goals.

DTV airs on several cable channels tonight, Mar 13 at 7:30 PM and also streams live at the same time (here!)

Where to watch Democratic TV

AT&T Uverse: Channel 99
Comcast NBC Universal: Channel 12
WOW! Channel 6
Charter: Channel 193

DTV Host Nathan Higdon welcomes officers of Knox PRIDE President Jennifer Green and Graphic Design Committee Chair Oren Yarborough to tonight's DTV program on Knox PRIDE, the parade, and festival of last Saturday.

Tune in to Community TV at 7:30 PM tonight to see images from the PRIDE parade and festival from last Saturday and also learn of the history of Knox PRIDEfrom the members of the organization who know the history and the purpose of the organization.

DTV streams live on the Community TV web site (here!)
or on these local cable channels:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

Tune in to Democratic TV on Knoxville's Community TV channel on Friday, Jun 21 at 7:30 PM for a discussion with City Council member George Wallace and Knoxville City's Deputy Mayors Bill Lyon and David Brace as they share with the audience the functions of the Knoxville City Government.

CTV can be seen on the following cable channels
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

And can be live streamed at (here!)

Tune it to the Community TV Channel on Friday evening at 7:30 PM for a Democratic TV program on the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency and the Knox County Sheriff's Office Memorandum of Understanding known as the 287(g)program. Host Renee Hoyos discusses the ICE/KCSO 287(g) agreement with Allies of our Knoxville Immigrant Neighbors (AKIN) Co-chair Moira Connelly and AKIN activist Ann Barber.

CTV airs on the following cable channels:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

Or DTV streams live at (here!)

Tune in on Knoxville's Community TV channel at 7:30 PM tonight and meet the new officers of the Knox County Democratic Party: Chair LaKenya Middlebrook, Vice Chair Eddie Nelson, and Treasurer Caroline Cranford.

The Community TV channel airs at:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

or can be live streamed at: (CTV)

DTV Host Greg Mackay discusses current legislation under consideration in the Tennessee General Assembly with Knox County Representatives Rick Staples (D-15) and Gloria Johnson (D-13)

DTV airs on Friday, March 15th at 7:30 PM and can be viewed online (here!) or on your local cable channels:

Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

DTV features a discussion on the six week abortion ban bill before the Tennessee General Assembly along with a number of other women's health bills coming up in the Tennessee General Assembly. The panel discussion includes:
Corinne Rovetti, FNP, Co-Director at Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health (KCRH)
Bekki Vaden, Surgeon Assistant/Outreach at Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health (KCRH)
Tory Mills, Director of Community Engagement at Planned Parenthood of Tennessee and North Mississippi (PPTNM)
Renee Hoyos, DTV Host

DTV airs on Friday, March 8th at 7:30 PM and can be viewed online hereL (here!)
or on your local cable channels
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

Join DTV Host Renee Hoyos as she hosts a panel of Knox Couty Democratic Party leaders in a discussion about the upcoming Knox County Democratic Party reorganization convention. This discussion includes current KCDP Chair Emily Gregg, Tennessee Democratic Party Executive Committee member Sylvia Woods and LaKenya Middlebrook who has declared her candidacy for the next KCDP Chair. This program airs live on Friday, February 15th at 7:30 PM on our local Community TV Channel.

DTV streams live (here!) or on cable/satellite at:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

DTV's Black History Month program airs tonight at 7:30 PM on the CTV Channel and features Robert Booker talking about Knoxville History from his book Up From the Bottom. The Beck Center's Rev Renee Kessler hosts tonight's program.

DTV streams live (here!) or on cable/satellite at:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

Tune in to the Community TV channel on Friday, Jan 25th at 7:30 PM for a discussion of the opening of the 116th US Congress with Democratic Candidate Renee Hoyos, Indivisible's Nathan Higdon, and DTV's Dr. Mark Harmon as they discuss the opening legislation of the new Democratic Majority in the 116th US Congress. Learn about how the goals of the new Congress are revealed in HR 1, the first bill proposed by the new Democratic Marjority.

Ways to watch our program:
- Live on Community Television Fridays at 7:30PM (Comcast channel 12, Charter channel 193, Wow! channel 6, ATT U-verse channel 99).
or watch on the Live stream (here!)

Tune into Democratic TV on Friday evening, January 11 at 7:30 PM for a lively discussion with Democratic Assistant Caucus Leader Rick Staples (D-15) and Gloria Johnson (D 13) about their projections for the 2019 General Assembly. Their discussion will be moderated by DTV's Host John Stewart.

DTV can be seen on the following cable channels:

Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

DTV streams live (here!)

Thu
Dec 27 2018
06:14 pm

Tune in to your local Community TV channel on Friday evening,
December 28th at 7:30 PM
for a review of the DTV shows of 2018 with the DTV Planning Committee including John and Nancy Stewart, Bill Owen, Sylvia Woods, LaKenya Middlebrook, Delaney Scott and Doug Veum as they review 2016 on DTV.

DTV streams live (here!)

and can be found on the following cable channels:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

Tune in to the Community TV channel on Friday evening, December 21st at 7:30 PM for Troy Weston's conversation with Knox County Democratic Party Chair Emily Gregg as she talks about the Knox County Democratic Party and the 2016 Election Campaign as well as the results of the November 6th Election.

Community TV airs on the following channels:
Comcast Channel 12
Charter Channel 193
Wow! Channel 6
ATT U-verse Channel 99

DTV also can be seen 'live streaming' at 7:30 PM (here!)

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