Arlington Independent Media produces original programming, incubates and supports programming from our members, and aggregates programming from independent producers. Each of our programs has a unique story to share with its viewers, and represents a diverse collection of viewpoints dedicated to social services, community events, civic affairs, sports, culture, music, film, experimental and beyond.
Programming produced utilizing AIM facilities and equipment is considered in-house, while all other programming is labeled as outside programming. In December 2015, AIM broadened its programming beyond television, and hit the low power FM airwaves. Now, AIM’s independently produced radio programs can be heard in Arlington County and into the surrounding areas on WERA-LP 96.7 FM and streaming live on www.wera.fm. For television, tune in locally to Arlington’s cable systems on Comcast channel 69 and Verizon channel 38, or streaming here on the AIM website.
Programming at Arlington Independent Media is comprised of productions facilitated through AIM members as well as incorporated from other independent producers. This list is subject to change as programs are rotated in between their schedules of production.
To see what will be airing on AIM-TV, view our programming schedule or see our programming calendar for the upcoming week.
Watch our programming on Comcast channel 69 or Verizon channel 38 in Arlington, Virginia, or streaming live on our homepage.
|Africa’s Vision Network|
Produced by Gloria Fleming, this program presents and discusses issues pertaining to the African-American community. Witness an assortment of interviews delving into aspects of history and heritage, social awareness, and cultural reflection.
Produced and hosted by Cheryl Beversdorf, this program centers on information and interviews with representatives from local and community organizations to provide advice about aging related services as a resource for Arlington residents 50+ years and older and their families.
|A.I.M. After School Program|
Produced by Nathan Bynum, fellow AIM Staffer. From the wild creativity Arlington’s youth attending local elementary schools, these short films are a series of imaginative stories written and directed by the students themselves.
From field and studio class production projects to individual short films completed by our producers, these videos encompass a diverse array of content through various scopes of storytelling mechanisms.
A documentary program that reviews archived reality footage exposing horrible mistreatment of animals throughout the United States and the movements striving resolve them.
|Arlington Committee of 100|
The Committee of 100 has been Arlington’s principal forum for citizen education in public affairs since its founding in 1954. The monthly dinner meetings provide an informative setting in which issues of local, regional, and state interest are discussed in an atmosphere that promotes communication over conflict.
Hosted by Jason Edwards, Art Box is an interview-based program that interviews visual artist in the DMV area.
|A Seat at the Table|
Produced by Craig Syphax and hosted by Krysta Jones, this is a talk show program featuring guests who represent various local organizations and discusses their community engagement while concentrating on the methods involved in doing so.
Produced by Heff Munson, this program features a compilation of interviews and performances previously broadcasted on Don Hammond’s Arlington Weekly News.
|Beyond The Lyrics|
Beyon the Lyrics is an entertainment show with host Ansenella Felming interviewing some of the DMV region’s emerging artistis followed by then in-studio performances.
|Black Heritage Museum Presents|
Produced by Craig Syphax, this program concentrates on black history in Arlington County and Washington D.C., featuring interviews, chronicling historical events, and hosting community gatherings.
Produced by Charles Goolsby and hosted by Lois Lindstrom, an assortment of prominent authors sojourn at the table and discuss the content of their non-fiction books, as well as the development that led to their inception.
Produced by Ed Groff, this program originates from the Church of the Brethren Community Television and features interviews engaging notable figures active in the local community services.
Produced and hosted by Dr. John Buckreis, this program invites and interviews people who are doing good things for others in the community. From doctors to priests, nuns to teachers, anyone seeking to make a helpful difference are welcomed to convey their experiences.
|DC’s Got Talent|
Produced by Myrna Sparks and Ricardo Bailey, this is a program that interviews local artists and entrepreneurs throughout the Washington D.C. area.
Democracy Now! is a national, daily, independent, award-winning news program hosted by journalists Amy Goodman and Juan Gonzalez that seeks to provide access to people and perspectives rarely heard in the U.S. corporate-sponsored media.
Produced by Sussan Yekta, this is a program focused on how Persians have adapted to living in the United States and how they are sharing their culture with American life. It also shines a spotlight on Persian traditions that can be passed down to the new generation of Iranian Americans.
|Document Historic Arlington|
Document Historic Arlington is an internship program developed betweeen Arlington County Public Schools and AIM. Together these high school students create a documentary from inception to completion.
|Don Hammond’s Arlington Weekly News |
Produced by Heff Munson, AWN is your local news spot for community announcements and current events throughout Arlington County.
Produced and hosted by Eduardo Rodriguez, this program explores cultural aspects and current events through interviews with relevant experts.
Olga Jevtich is a fashion designer, an active member of US Fashion International, and winner of 2003 Ms. Virginia Senior America. She produces and hosts this program that showcases present-day fashion trends and interviews with other designers, artists in the DC metropolitan area.
|Fast Forward: Contemporary Science Fiction|
Produced and hosted by a team of talented AIM members, this is a monthly series about science fiction, fantasy, and horror. This program has been in production since 1989, featuring in-depth interviews with top professionals and fans, book and media reviews, special reports, convention news, and much more!
|Gardening News and Views|
Produced by Dr. John Buckreis, this program is an exploration into the gardening world; examining topics from beautiful flowers and shrubs to issues concerning insects and diseases. Featuring interviews with various experts on these subjects.
Produced and hosted by Adjoa Akyeampong, this program discusses the Christian gospel in a simplified form.
|High School Sports|
Produced by Michael Shea, a wide array of sports games from local Arlington high schools receive professional coverage and commentary. From tennis to field hockey, gymnastics to cross country, baseball to soccer, each sport in the county gets its chance in the spotlight.
|I’ll Sip to That|
A show about love, life, & relationships, trending topics and so much more. During the discussions, they drink wine and use the phrase “I’ll Sip to That”.
|In Case You Missed It|
Produced by Michael Shea, this program documents events and panel discussions regarding social issues and developments taking place within Arlington County.
Produced by Michael Shea, this program brings local civic leaders together in informal settings for casual conversations about community issues and opinions.
Produced and hosted by Robert Sherretta, this award-winning program provides an overview of the economic development of nations, the growth and complexities of international markets, and the inherent risks and potential rewards among them for investors.
|Jobenomics America TV: The Green Business & Jobs Show|
Hosted by Dr. Samuel Hancock and Charles D. Vollmer, this program deals with the economics of business and job creation, focusing on citizens at the base base of America’s socioeconomic pyramid, hopefuls who want to develop a skill and career while having the opportunity of starting their own business.
|Late Night Filler|
Produced and hosted by Heff Munson, this program is a compilation of musical pieces, animations, and comedy videos all developed and performed by Mr. Munson himself.
|LGBTQ Policy in Education|
A forum on LGBTQ+ policy in education by activists and teacehers at the Women’s Summit. Followed by a second program with interviews of panelists/antendees.
|Media Watch on Hunger and Poverty|
Produced and hosted by Bill Shickler, this is a program that engages activism against the corrosive social plagues leading to hunger and poverty domestically and throughout the world.
|Mom Meets World|
This show is designed contains regular guests sharing their expertise to educate and empower women on how to have a healthy pregnancy and a successful first year of motherhood.
Produced by Sarantuya Tsedevsuren, this program stems from a weekly television magazine consisting of 3-5 different programs containing live interviews, community news, and cultural exploration.
|Passion For Truth|
Produced by M.S. Chawla, this is a political panel discussion program touching upon various topics relative to present-day concerns.
|Perils For Pedestrians|
Produced and hosted by John Z. Wetmore, this program examines problems confronting pedestrians in various communities and evaluates solutions to those issues from across the United States and around the world.
|Perspectives of Interfaith|
Produced and hosted by Zarinah Shakir, this program seeks to dispel the myths and stereotypes of various faith traditions through dialogue and discussion with the practitioners of these very faiths; ones of which include Abrahamic, Non-Abrahamic, and other Earth traditions.
Produced by Michael Shea, this program is compiled of interviews with and commentaries by activists, policy experts and government officials on economy, education, and environment issues.
|Punjabi Community Hour|
Produced by M.S. Chawla, this program features inspirational music performances and hymns recited and contemplated by Punjabi Sikh Gurus from a local Gurdwara.
These are the many films that have been showcased at AIM’s Rosebud Film Festival.
|Senior Living Alexandria|
Produced by MaryAnne Beatty, this is a talk show program containing interviews and discussions exploring services and applications available for senior citizens in Alexandria, Virginia.
|Song Po TV|
Produced by Anders Thueson, this program features music and artists from the greater DC area.
Produced by Miriam Genari, SUstainable Scoop looks at our world with an eye to the future. Young people have had enough of being told what to believe. It is time to hand over the microphone and trust young leaders to plot a course towards a sustainable future.
Produced and hosted by R. Neville Johnson and Mary Phelan, this program discusses and explores concepts pertaining to metaphysical studies. Every episode seeks to bring you to the forefront of new consciousness, to enlighten and empower, so you can bring more light into your own life.
|This Is A Session|
Produced by Rusty Roberts, this program is an extension of its radio origin, This Is Not A Show, from WERA 96.7FM and features live performances by local and traveling bands alike.
Produced and hosted by Mesfin Bezu, this program focuses on the music, drama, comedy, religion, and education of Ethiopia; featuring community news and information from local venues and abroad.
|Toward Profound Conversations|
Conversations with leading academics and professionals from interdisciplinary fields. Talk show, documentary style format.
|Tuesdays with Tillman|
This series will help women and mothers become the best and highest version of themselves so that their children have every opportunities to reach their fullest potential.
|Turkish American Hour|
Produced by Hurriet Ok, this program seeks to inform and educate about Turkish life, art, and culture. A second half-hour segment follows with more news and programs about personalities, businesses, and events in the Turkish-American community.
Produced by Uranchimeg Brangan, this is a Mongolian television program that includes pieces from news casting, public interests and events, as well as entertainment.
Produced by Matt Godino and Lin Gen, this program features short documentaries about unique people and locations in the northern Virginia community.
An hour-long segment produced by Phillips Nguyen, this is a weekly program that features news and current affairs for the Vietnamese community of Northern Virginia. A half-hour segment follows, produced by Bui Duong Liem, staging a talk show program that showcases various aspects of Vietnamese culture and life by interviewing prominent local leaders, scientists, musicians, priests, social workers, and more.
|Voices From The DMV|
Produced by Antonio Villaronga, and also produced as a radio program on WERA 96.7FM, this program features performances by independent musical artists local to the DC Metropolitan area.
|Word and Spirit Encounter|
Produced by Adjoa Akyeampong, this is a program that documents various scripture readings from local reverends examining the Christian gospel.
|Youth Can Change the World|
Produced and hosted by Nathan Bynum, this program features interviews with young guests who are embarking on community activism and media advocacy ventures striving to positively change the world locally and throughout.
Listen to some of the audio programming our members have produced!
Members are creating content in our new Audio Production Room. Once students have been trained and certified through classes, they can reserve the audio suite and operate its equipment. To become certified, you can take Basic Audio Production, Advanced Audio Production, or both.