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Queens Public Television

Queens Public Television
Owned by Queens Public Television
Picture format 480i (SDTV)
Country  United States
Broadcast area Queens, New York
Website Queens Public Television
Availability
Cable
Time Warner Cable 34/1995
56/1996
57/1997
79/1998
RCN 82
83
84
85
Verizon FiOS 34
35
36
37

Queens Public Television (QPTV) is a not-for-profit private corporation serving the residents of the borough of Queens, New York. 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. QPTV is part of Public Access Television.

QPTV series

  • A Hidden Feud (1995)
  • A Young Artist Sculpts
  • An Interview with Joe
  • Adventures in QPTV Land (2001)
  • Artists at Work (1992)
  • The Art of Paper Cutting (1997)
  • 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)
  • 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)
  • The Gillis & Barry Show (1996–Present)
  • The Hive (1997-1998)
  • In Our World
  • Islam, the Universal System (1998-2000)
  • Ivanka's 1-800 Contest (1998)
  • James the Magician (1995)
  • 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)
  • Ms. Divine's Tee Hee Heure (2004 - present)
  • Music Festival (1998)
  • Music Movies & More (1998)
  • Nosotros, Ustedes y... Luz Estella (1998)
  • Not by Bread Alone
  • Nueva York: Cuidad 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)
  • Rhythmic Poetry (1999)
  • Richie's Place
  • Simple Science
  • Skate Time (1998)
  • Social Security & You
  • Solutions (1998–Present)
  • Survivor (1997)
  • Urban Souls Culture
  • 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)
  • Zombie Hunters:City of the Dead (2007 - Present)

External links

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