CUNY Radio streams talk, music, public affairs and other programming from the CUNY colleges, and distributes podcasts from the University Newswire as a community service for the five boroughs in New York City.
Distinguished professors and guest speakers offer engaging discussions on topics including climate change, vulnerability of the region to storms and hurricanes, aquaculture systems, and the lingering impact of 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Public hearings and meetings of the Board of Trustees of the City University of New York are now available on audio. Listen for the latest initiatives and updates.
Join hosts Chris Palmedo and Sumana Chandra of the CUNY School of Public Health as they explore the latest news in health and what it means for all of us.
Get the latest news on CUNY people making headlines. Updated weekly, reporters Sheila McKenna and Annette Calderon interview CUNY faculty, students, alumni, and administrators in the news.
Distinguished authors and emerging writers from the ranks of University faculty, students and friends discuss and read their published works.
Veterans advocate, radio host and former U.S. Marine officer Donald Buzney tackles issues facing veterans at CUNY and beyond. Each week, Donald, along with Pat Gualtieri and Marleen Levi, co-hosts guests from the veteran community and delivers news and practical advice for listeners. The Veterans Corner is produced in collaboration with WSIA Staten Island.
CUNY professors and other experts from the campuses illuminate their research and discoveries, and discuss the state of the sciences. Topics range from astronomy and biofuels to and diversity in science.
Sustainable CUNY’s weekly show featuring researchers, leaders, businesses, news, green artists and actions that champion sustainability and promote energy independence across CUNY and around the world, with music from the ‘green highway’.
Immigration lawyer, Daily News columnist and author of “U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Law-Your Complete Guide,” Allan Wernick tackles immigration and citizenship questions. Each week, Prof. Wernick guides listeners through the labyrinth of federal laws, court decisions, agency rules and policies with practical advice for readers’ questions.
As Supervisory Special Agent in Charge, Terrorist and Middle East Section, U.S. Customs Service New York region, Joseph King was on the front-line of the war on terror for more than 30 years. Now an associate professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice, Professor King addresses timely issues surrounding global terrorism and the threat to the U.S. homeland, with a special focus on security and counter-terrorism efforts in New York City.
Zicklin’s School of Business at Baruch provides you with business features in interview format. This monthly feature on business, demographics, and the economy is hosted by Dean John Elliot.
Life-long learning through documentaries and other original productions on history, culture, science and more by the City University of New York.
Notable journalists and industry professionals address hot button issues from their craft ranging from plagiarism to war reporting. Issues in Journalism is sponsored by CUNY Graduate School of Journalism of the Office of University Relations.
Top New York City chefs demonstrate their culinary skills and offer favorite recipes. Created by New York City College of Technology and its Department of Hospitality Management, this series honors James Beard Foundation cofounder Anna Nurse.
City Talk is CUNY TV ‘s forum for politics and public affairs. City Talk presents lively discussion of New York City issues, with the people that help make this city function. City Talk is hosted by Professor Doug Muzzio.
Keep on top of your favorite CUNY team with CUNY Sports Week. Subscribe to weekly updates on game scores and interviews with athletes and coaches produced by WSIA and The City University of New York Athletic Conference.