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ICTV Reports is Ithaca College Television’s monthly news magazine, taking an in depth look at the issues, places, and people that matter to the residents of Tompkins County and the Southern Tier.

In the Face of Crisis

Host Jack Culkin dives into how COVID-19 and the conflict in Ukraine has affected the farming industry in upstate New York. Then, Correspondent Jay Bradley takes a look at electric vehicles and how local organizations in Ithaca are coming together to help people reduce their carbon footprint. Also, Correspondent Brooke Vogel explores how the theater…
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Finding New Territory

Tonight, a new chapter in the life of a century-year-old Boy Scout camp. Host Jack Culkin looks into how the process of becoming a new state park began, and a look at what the future holds. Later, Correspondent Jordan Broking gives us an update on legislative actions being taken in the battle against the opioid…
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A City of Progress

Emily Lattimer sits down with experts and politicians to discuss the recent decision by Ithaca to be the first city in the nation to plan on being carbon neutral by 2030. Next, Brooke Vogel hears how emotional support animals are helping students and people of all ages during the pandemic. Plus, Jordan Broking gets an…
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Issues Under the Microscope

Emily Lattimer investigates the recent legalization of recreational marajuana in New York state and the impact it is having on the Ithaca community and across the state. Jack McShane hears from a key member at the Family and Children’s Center of Ithaca and details about their community outreach program. Molly Sheets takes a look at…
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ICTV Reports: A Cornerstone for Change

Madison Moore dives deeper into the recently passed Reimaging Public Safety plan and what the future of policing looks like in Ithaca and Tompkins County. Jay Bradley looks into COVID-19 vaccination outreach in the Southern Tier and the race to reach herd immunity. Quinten Hernandez hears how diversity efforts are being impacted at Ithaca College…
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Life From a Distance

        Madison Moore investigates the impact COVID-19 has had on congregate care facilities in Tompkins County and how residents, staff and family members have adapted in the past year. Emily Hung gets an inside look at the first Islamic Center in Tompkins County that’s working to find a permanent place of prayer for the…
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Passion Versus Pandemic

        Madison Moore goes inside TST BOCES to see how the school is adapting to hybrid teaching and navigating obstacles in special education. Mark Scaglione investigates how the Ithaca Tompkins International Airport is prioritizing safety while trying to increase tourism. Dan Passante speaks with professionals in the sports industry about the effects of the…
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Coming Together for a Cause

Madison Moore sits down with a leader of the Black Lives Matter Ithaca movement to learn about the organization and how the local government is responding. Emily Hung learns how two local businesses are staying afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic. Skylar Eagle speaks with members of the Ithaca Tenants Union about their demands and how…
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Staying Connected

Jack Arpey looks into broadband internet access in more rural parts of the county, Jaysha Patel talks to a local nursing home family council, and Sevrin Lavenstein looks into the new inclusive LGBT policy for IC Athletics.

Reaching Above the Statistics

Jack Arpey takes a look into the Ithaca City School’s ENL Program. Jaysha Patel correlates concussions with decreased academic participation, and Justin Rouzier sits down with a Cornell hockey legend.