This Month at WCCA TV, The People’s Channel

Hello friends, hope you are staying safe and enjoying your summer! So far WCCA TV has produced and aired more than 80 episodes of our live “Daily Breaking” show. The show began in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and was originally intended to provide useful information as to where people could find much needed services when so many places were forced to close. The show has evolved to better suit our community’s needs and has featured an array of guests from many sectors, including school teachers, students, counselors, restaurant owners, religious leaders, directors of dozens of social service organizations, and more. “Daily Breaking” has been a valuable community collaborative and public service of WCCA TV that not only expresses the community’s response to the pandemic, but also empowers our community through honest and unfiltered dialogue as it addresses important issues of the day, such as Racism and other social justice matters. The show airs live at noon Mondays through Thursdays on Worcester Cable Channel 194, and streams live at the same time on www.wccatv.com and on the station’s Facebook page: facebook.com/wccatv. Shows are re-aired at various times during the week and a directory can be found on our website. To be a guest on the show, contact Michael Coogan at michael@wccatv.com. Thanks for watching and participating!!

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WCCA TV’s ‘Daily Breaking’ Special Presentations

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Barbara Fields, President & CEO of the Greater Worcester Community Foundation. Barbara talks about the Worcester Together Fund, which recently surpassed $10 million in donations.

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Juan Gomez, President and CEO of CENTRO. Juan will discuss how COVID-19 required adjustments in their mission to assist individuals and families seeking to achieve self-sufficiency and build purposeful lives.

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Tracy Kraus, Executive Director of Worcester Chamber Music Society. Tracy will talk about COVID impacts and the group’s plans for Season 15 concerts.

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Rod Lee, Editor & Publisher of The Rambler. Rod talks about ”Goodbye, Columbus” and other hard-hitting content in the recent issue of The Rambler.

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Kasia Wennerberg, a local attorney who is running for the Worcester Register of Probate. Kasia will explain how the Department of Probate and Family Court works and the duties of the Register of Probate.

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Cece Doucette, Director of Massachusetts for Safe Technology. Cece will address what the science says about the risks involved with 5G technology, ‘smart’ meters, and safe technology solutions. In Part 2 of this interview, Cece talks about current actions toward safe technology, present legislation in Massachusetts, and lawsuits against the Federal Communications Commission.

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Melissa Prescott, Owner & President of Paradise Pet Spa. Melissa will inform us about how COVID-19 has changed the operations of pet grooming.

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Monique Messier, Executive Director of Discover Central Massachusetts. Monique talks about promoting tourism through unprecedented times and showcasing all Central Mass has to offer. She also explains what family-friendly activities are available while complying with social-distancing guidelines. DCM is focusing on the hyper-local market and supporting small businesses through the We-Love-Worcester campaign.

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Hank von Hellion and Stephanie Burgos from the Guardians of Traditions. They discuss their work to build a network event with other cultural organizations in Worcester. They also talk about their organization GOT, cultural history, Dominican carnival, public art, and future projects.

This edition of ‘Daily Breaking’ features Theresa Freeman, Director of Communications with the American Cancer Society in Massachusetts, who talks about what’s new with this year’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk and their shift to all-online fundraising this year.

WCCA TV Program Notes

  • The Mayor’s Forum resumes its production at WCCA TV. Mayor Joe Petty welcomes to the show Edgar Luna, Business Development Manager for the City of Worcester & Worcester Census 2020 Campaign Coordinator. He talks about Census 2020 and the importance of completing it. In another episode, the Mayor chats with Andrew Andrianopoulos and Randy Becker from the Holden Towers Worcester Tennis Club.
  • Activate Worcester hosted by Ron Motta, is a WCCA TV program that shows viewers how to participate and become active in Worcester. In this episode, Ron talks with Kathy Roy about the Republican party’s past, present, and future.
  • Tune in to a new episode of Rosen’s Round Table. Host of the show & City Councilor Gary Rosen and his panel members will talk about Sidewalk Dining in Worcester. In another episode, the topic of discussion is Should the Worcester Police Department Issue Body-cams to their Officers. Exclusively on WCCA TV 194 in Worcester!
  • Health Matters is a program from the Worcester District Medical Society. Host Michelle Shabo welcomes to the show Ezequiel De Leon, RN, and Katherine Sadaniantz. The topic of discussion is Improving Inpatient Sleep Quality at UMMHC Campus.
  • Time for a coffee break and a new episode of Coffee with Konnie. Host of the show and former City Councilor, Konnie Lukes, has coffee with Father Mark Doku and Vasku Progri from the St. Mary’s Albanian Orthodox Church in Worcester.
  • Perspectives is a WCCA TV program hosted by Asima Silva, that features local and national guests sharing their perspectives on politics, current events, religion, and more. Asima welcomes to the show Dr. Bill Slaughter from the Gaza Mental Health Foundation.
  • What It’s Worth is a WCCA TV show definitely worth watching. Host Tommy Colletta welcomes to the show Blues enthusiast David Abare, who explains to Tommy what the Blues is all about.
  • Human Touch hosted by Augustine Kanjia, is a WCCA TV program that spotlights refugees and helps viewers learn about their struggles and triumphs, in order to bring about understanding and change. In this episode, Augustine talks about COVID-19 impacts on Africans and African Americans. In another episode, Augustine talks about the politics of Africa.
  • Healthy Living is a WCCA TV show that features interviews with medical doctors and allied health individuals regarding important health-related issues. Host of the program, doctor Donald Pelto, chats with Dr. Jeremy Golding. Be well and live healthy!
  • Connecting the Dots is a non-traditional legal program with the emphasis on the attorney as a trusted advisor, with an interdisciplinary approach to solving life’s issues. Host of the program, Attorney Liz Myska, welcomes to the show Television Journalist Garry Armstrong.
  • BandEdge is a WCCA-TV produced local music show that is shot live and spotlights Worcester area bands, singers/songwriters, and instrumentalists. My Silent Bravery is the featured band on this episode of BandEdge.
  • WCCA TV’s independent, eclectic music-video show, Video Jam, with host Tracy Foley, will feature new music from Toni Braxton, Awgust, Alan Williams, Kailey Nicole, Mustafa, lotusbliss, CPT KIRK and the Devil Horns, and Katy Perry. Tune in on Fridays at 9 PM and Saturdays at 7 PM to WCCA TV, Channel 194 in Worcester MA. The show streams live at the same time worldwide at www.wccatv.com, where you can also download past shows. Keep on jammin’!!
  • Tune in to a new episode of WCCA TV’s Senior Speak. Host of the program, Edith Morgan, will talk about how seniors are coping with the stress of the pandemic, local happenings, and more. Senior Speak airs on WCCA TV, Cable Channel 194 in Worcester, on Tuesdays at 12:30 PM and Wednesdays at 12 PM.


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