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MCTV Network is Midland Michigan's Community Voice, a service of the City of Midland, Michigan. "Our mission is to help Midland area community members and organizations utilize video production to share their story." MCTV Network is public, government, and education access cable television channels operated by the City of Midland, Michigan. Channels include MCTV-191, MGTV-188, MCTV-189 Messages, & MPS TV-190. These channels can also be found on AT&T U-Verse channel 99 in the Tri-City area.
 
A discussion and review of the lives of the American Family from the diverse perspectives that impact our constitutional and inalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Our community focused platform is designed to exchange ideas that bridge goodwill and understanding through the lens of mutually shared experiences that defines America's Community Voices. Hosted by Ronald and Donald Brookins.
 
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The Building for Kids Children's Museum opened in downtown Appleton in 1992 at the site of the former Prange's building. Thirty years later, the Community Foundation is honored to celebrate being a part of "BFK's" history! Generous gifts from donors with funds within the Community Foundation have supported the museum over the years. The museum rece…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Al & Terri Carey present this episode of Saints Army - A Message of Hope Ep. 3. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837-3474. The views expressed in this program don't necessarily reflect those of …
 
CFRI's Virtual 35th National CF Education Conference featured a panel discussion about the impact of CF on the siblings. Three siblings of adults with CF – Marina Gonzales, Damian Rice, and Suraj Patel – opened up about how their siblings’ disease has shaped and influenced their own lives. The panel was moderated by Deborah Menet, LCSW, a CF social…
 
Dr. Melissa Putman, Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and an endocrinologist at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), gives a comprehensive overview on the connection between cystic fibrosis and bone disease, and the various risk factors contributing to compromised bone health. She also discusses pre…
 
In the first half of this two-part session, Jacob Fraker, MSW, an adult with CF who serves in multiple roles in the state Capitol, including as a legislative aide to a California State Senator, provided an overview of the many ways in which members of our CF community can participate in advocacy efforts individually, through CFRI, and within coalit…
 
CFRI's Virtual 35th National CF Education Conference featured a panel discussion about the impact of CF on the siblings. Three siblings of adults with CF – Marina Gonzales, Damian Rice, and Suraj Patel – opened up about how their siblings’ disease has shaped and influenced their own lives. The panel was moderated by Deborah Menet, LCSW, a CF social…
 
Dr. Melissa Putman, Assistant Professor at Harvard Medical School and an endocrinologist at Boston Children’s Hospital (BCH) and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), gives a comprehensive overview on the connection between cystic fibrosis and bone disease, and the various risk factors contributing to compromised bone health. She also discusses pre…
 
In the first half of this two-part session, Jacob Fraker, MSW, an adult with CF who serves in multiple roles in the state Capitol, including as a legislative aide to a California State Senator, provided an overview of the many ways in which members of our CF community can participate in advocacy efforts individually, through CFRI, and within coalit…
 
"Period Poverty" is a startling reality in the Fox Valley. Did you know that a lack of access to menstrual health products can cause students with periods to miss or be late to class, or feel anxious about period care? Menstrual products are expensive in the U.S., which makes it difficult for people, especially teens, to afford period products. Ins…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Northwood University presents this episode of News from Midland's University | November 2022. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837-3474. The views expressed in this program don't necessarily ref…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Rick Curtis presents this episode of 3-2-1 Connection | November 2022. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837-3474. The views expressed in this program don't necessarily reflect those of Midland C…
 
“We provide education to encourage people to vote and participate in government”-Michelle Moritz Welcome to our 2022 Election Show. Given all the propositions on both a State of California level as well as the usual too many propositions to understand on the City of San Francisco level we wanted to bring together two wonderful subject matter expert…
 
Today we discuss the Fox Valley’s changing workforce and some new initiatives in the works to make sure we’re building and retaining a thriving and diverse workforce. There are lots of job openings, but we're learning that not everyone who wants to work is able to access the jobs we know are open right now. Covid has impacted some things, like hybr…
 
Raheema Arbi is a young woman living with cystic fibrosis. In her native Pakistan, those living with CF have little access to therapies and care. In this podcast, Raheema shares her personal story of resilience, and her hope that all those living with CF - regardless of country - will receive an accurate diagnosis and optimal medical care, She hope…
 
“The Compton, Cafeteria Riots and Felicia Elizondo's life living in the Tenderloin in the 1960s and trans sex workers who were fighting for their right to survive, connected with the ideas that were coming out of my mind”-Adrienne Price In this our one hundredth episode of our special series on the impact of the ongoing covid-19 pandemic on our non…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Al & Terri Carey present this episode of Saints Army - A Message of Hope Ep. 2. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837-3474. The views expressed in this program don't necessarily reflect those of …
 
“I think the, first one that stood out to me is unlike some other cities, the San Francisco city government, is not pushing for these downtown office to housing conversions”- Sarah Wright This is part three of our three episodes exploring how the Covid-19 pandemic is impacting San Francisco's downtown neighborhood and economy along with the efforts…
 
Dr. Richard Simon, Professor Emeritus at the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Michigan, gives a comprehensive overview of the health challenges faced by an aging CF population. In addition to general aging symptoms such as decreasing mobility, reduced strength, and memory loss, there are CF-specific issues such …
 
Dr. Donald Chi, Professor and the Lloyd and Kay Chapman Endowed Chair of Oral Health at the University of Washington School of Dentistry in Seattle, WA, gives a comprehensive summary of the available scientific data on the oral health of individuals with CF. He presents information on CF-specific risk factors that can lead to poor oral health and p…
 
Gregory Burkeen, a PhD Candidate at San Diego State University in Drs. Anca Segall and Forest Rohwer’s labs, presents results from CFRI-funded research on novel models of CF mucus plugs for testing phage and tailocin therapy. He proposes an in-vitro model based on artificial sputum that is tailored to the individual, and can be used to test the saf…
 
Dr. Steven Jonas, a pediatric physician scientist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine and California NanoSystems Institute, presents results from CFRI-funded research on nanotechnologies to enable cystic fibrosis gene therapies. He highlights his team’s approach to overcome common obst…
 
Dr. Xiaopeng Li, Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Human Development in the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University, presents results from CFRI-funded research on selective targeting distal small airways by adeno-associated virus (AAV) vectors. He discusses findings from CF pig models that support AAV4 as a suit…
 
Dr. Richard Simon, Professor Emeritus at the Division of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine at the University of Michigan, gives a comprehensive overview of the health challenges faced by an aging CF population. In addition to general aging symptoms such as decreasing mobility, reduced strength, and memory loss, there are CF-specific issues such …
 
Dr. Donald Chi, Professor and the Lloyd and Kay Chapman Endowed Chair of Oral Health at the University of Washington School of Dentistry in Seattle, WA, gives a comprehensive summary of the available scientific data on the oral health of individuals with CF. He presents information on CF-specific risk factors that can lead to poor oral health and p…
 
Gregory Burkeen, a PhD Candidate at San Diego State University in Drs. Anca Segall and Forest Rohwer’s labs, presents results from CFRI-funded research on novel models of CF mucus plugs for testing phage and tailocin therapy. He proposes an in-vitro model based on artificial sputum that is tailored to the individual, and can be used to test the saf…
 
Dr. Steven Jonas, a pediatric physician scientist and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine and California NanoSystems Institute, presents results from CFRI-funded research on nanotechnologies to enable cystic fibrosis gene therapies. He highlights his team’s approach to overcome common obst…
 
Dr. Xiaopeng Li, Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics and Human Development in the College of Human Medicine at Michigan State University, presents results from CFRI-funded research on selective targeting distal small airways by adeno-associated virus (AAV) vectors. He discusses findings from CF pig models that support AAV4 as a suit…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Sue McCollister and the League of Women Voters of the Midland Area produced this forum spotlighting the Candidates of the Michigan State House 95th District. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Sue McCollister and the League of Women Voters of the Midland Area produced this forum spotlighting the Candidates of the Michigan State Senate 35th District. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-83…
 
Many individuals with cystic fibrosis suffer from chronic joint pain. In this podcast, recorded at CFRI's CF Adult Retreat in August, 2022, Dr. Beth Clarke, from the University of Glasgow in Scotland, discusses the causes of joint pain and cystic fibrosis associated arthritis (CFA), exercise and CFA and strategies to address this pain. If you watch…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Sue McCollister and the League of Women Voters of the Midland Area produced this forum spotlighting the Candidates of Midland County Board of Commissioners for Districts 4, 5, and 7. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/m…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Rick Curtis presents this episode of 3-2-1 Connection | October 2022. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837-3474. The views expressed in this program don't necessarily reflect those of Midland Co…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Jodie Gardner and the American Association of University Women produced this presentation of the 2022 Midland Public School Board Candidates Forum. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837-3474. The…
 
Did you know that black women in our area are five times as likely to die in childbirth? That's according to the state's Department of Health and Human Services. Factors that lead to these life-threatening disparities include the quality of health care, chronic conditions and structural racism and bias, according to the CDC. In Brown County, Black …
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Al & Terri Carey present this episode of Saints Army - A Message of Hope. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837-3474. The views expressed in this program don't necessarily reflect those of Midlan…
 
“San Francisco’s tax structures are incentivizing companies to, in some cases just move entirely out of San Francisco”-Anna Tong This is part two of the three stories we are covering on how the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the downtown of San Francisco and the efforts to address the issues and the reinvention of downtown San Francisco. In this ep…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Rick Curtis presents this episode of 3-2-1 Connection | August 2022. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837-3474. The views expressed in this program don't necessarily reflect those of Midland Com…
 
Welcome to MCTV's Community Voices Podcast. Rick Curtis presents this episode of 3-2-1 Connection | June 2022. For more information about Midland Community Television or how you can make your program, visit us at cityofmidlandmi.gov/mctv or call us at 989-837-3474. The views expressed in this program don't necessarily reflect those of Midland Commu…
 
At CFRI's virtual Conference Awards Celebration on July 30, 2022, we honored these extraordinary individuals: Richard Moss, MD - Paul M. Quinton Cystic Fibrosis Research Legacy Award; Sonya Haggett, LCSW - CFRI Partners in Living Award In Memory of Anabel Stenzel; Anna Payne – Dave Stuckert Memorial Volunteer of the Year Award; Dennis Nielson, MD, …
 
Dr. Janet Woodcock, Principal Deputy Commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration, delivered Keynote Remarks at the opening of CFRI’s 35th National CF Education Conference on July 30, 2022. CFRI's 35th National CF Education Conference was sponsored by Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Genentech, Gilead Sciences, Chiesi USA, AbbVie, and Ionis Pharmaceu…
 
Dr. Manu Jain, Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine and Director of the Adult CF Program at Northwestern, presents a comprehensive overview on mRNA therapy for people with cystic fibrosis, a mutation-agnostic treatment that could work for any person with CF regardless of their CFTR mutation. …
 
Dr. Paul McCray, Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Pulmonary Medicine, and Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Iowa, presents an overview on advances in gene therapy for cystic fibrosis, with a focus on gene therapy for lung disease treatment and prevention. Dr. McCray explores the different gene addition and gene editi…
 
Emily Kramer-Golinkoff, an adult with cystic fibrosis and the Co-Founder of Emily's Entourage, an innovative 501(c)3 foundation that accelerates research for new treatments and a cure for nonsense mutations of CF, describes her experience growing up with CF and the heart-shattering realization that she is a part of the approximately 10% of the CF c…
 
At CFRI's virtual Conference Awards Celebration on July 30, 2022, we honored these extraordinary individuals: Richard Moss, MD - Paul M. Quinton Cystic Fibrosis Research Legacy Award; Sonya Haggett, LCSW - CFRI Partners in Living Award In Memory of Anabel Stenzel; Anna Payne – Dave Stuckert Memorial Volunteer of the Year Award; Dennis Nielson, MD, …
 
Dr. Janet Woodcock, Principal Deputy Commissioner of the US Food and Drug Administration, delivered Keynote Remarks at the opening of CFRI’s 35th National CF Education Conference on July 30, 2022. CFRI's 35th National CF Education Conference was sponsored by Vertex Pharmaceuticals, Genentech, Gilead Sciences, Chiesi USA, AbbVie, and Ionis Pharmaceu…
 
Dr. Manu Jain, Professor of Medicine and Pediatrics at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine and Director of the Adult CF Program at Northwestern, presents a comprehensive overview on mRNA therapy for people with cystic fibrosis, a mutation-agnostic treatment that could work for any person with CF regardless of their CFTR mutation. …
 
Dr. Paul McCray, Professor of Pediatrics, Division of Pulmonary Medicine, and Professor of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Iowa, presents an overview on advances in gene therapy for cystic fibrosis, with a focus on gene therapy for lung disease treatment and prevention. Dr. McCray explores the different gene addition and gene editi…
 
Emily Kramer-Golinkoff, an adult with cystic fibrosis and the Co-Founder of Emily's Entourage, an innovative 501(c)3 foundation that accelerates research for new treatments and a cure for nonsense mutations of CF, describes her experience growing up with CF and the heart-shattering realization that she is a part of the approximately 10% of the CF c…
 
In this moving and informative podcast, a personal overview of life with CF in Pakistan is shared by those who live with and treat the disease. Meet two women from Pakistan who share the lack of therapies they have available to treat their disease, and from Dr. Ali Akbar, a pulmonologist in the UK who is working to raise awareness and access to car…
 
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