NYC Television is on WNET Thirteen. BronxNet covers The Bronx. CTVNY is Brooklyn public access television. QPTV is Queens public access television. SICTV is Staten Island public access television. MNN, the Manhattan Neighborhood Network is public access television. New Yorkers can broadcast on these channels. They’ll even train you to do it.
NY1 and NY1 Noticias (in Spanish) are some of New York City’s best news channels. Pix11 does a lot of community coverage. ABC-7 has several Puerto Rican newscasters who cover our communities. CBS-2 streams New York City news 24/7 which is great for the New York Diaspora.
In the Latin world, television or telenovelas are more popular than movies.
Latin Television in NYC
NYC’s Latin Grammy winning, all-woman, Mariachi band, Flor de Toloache, stars with Los Lobos and Ozomatli in the new PBS musical special, “Día de los Muertos” which premieres on WNET Thirteen, on Friday, October 28,2022 at 9pm. Free. 🇲🇽
The 2021 Latin Grammys are on Univision from Las Vegas on Thu, Nov 18 at 8pm ET with a pre-show at 7pm ET.
Hispanisim0, a virtual celebration of Latin culture, is on YouTube and cable channel Canal America, on Sun Oct 3 at 1pm.
Tony Awards for the 2019-2020 season are live on Sep 26 on Paramount+ at 7pm with a Broadway song concert on CBS at 9pm ET. paramountplus.com