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The DC Office of Cable Television, Film, Music & Entertainment's award-winning content provides information on government activity, education, current events, history, and arts and entertainment through its three cable television channels (DCN, DKN, DCC), and public access to the governmental process and insights into life in the District. OCTFME is dedicated to providing quality diverse programming and services that seek to educate, enlighten, and empower the residents of the District of Columbia.

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We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc....
10/21/2020

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

: Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.Mayor Bows...
10/21/2020

: Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.

Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
10/20/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through y...
10/19/2020

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Go to a public testing site:
coronavirus.dc.gov/testing
Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across...
10/19/2020

Students and families can receive fresh fruits, vegetables, and non-perishable groceries at several grocery sites across the District. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov/food Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stres...
10/18/2020

Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stress, please talk to a mental health clinician. Call 1-888-793-4357. We are here for you. Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

Feeling sick? Call your doctor, get a COVID-19 test, and stay home while you wait for your results.  Mayor Bowser DC's D...
10/18/2020

Feeling sick? Call your doctor, get a COVID-19 test, and stay home while you wait for your results. Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov  Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor f...
10/17/2020

It’s simple: when you leave home, you must wear a mask. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

When around people outside of your household, you should wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean l...
10/17/2020

When around people outside of your household, you should wear a mask and social distance. Small gatherings do not mean less risk of spreading or getting COVID-19! Mayor Bowser DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

#ICYMI: Director #AngieGates was asked to be part of the Harvard University Equitable Development Symposium Panel and Pr...
10/16/2020

#ICYMI: Director #AngieGates was asked to be part of the Harvard University Equitable Development Symposium Panel and Presentation in the segment discussing the 11th Street Bridge Park Development Project. The Virtual Symposium was held Friday, September 25, and viewed around the world via Zoom. Director Gates joined Building Bridges Across the River’s Vaughn Perry, Architect Sheldon Clark, and Panel Moderator Kimberly Driggins of the Washington Housing Conservancy, and brought her unique perspective on the 11th Street Bridge Park Bridge Project initiatives including its notable arts components and creative community involvement and input into its creation. #FBF Watch it now: https://www.jchs.harvard.edu/calendar/pursuit-equitable-development-lessons-washington-detroit-and-boston-virtual

CC: Mayor Bowser, DC's Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development

10/15/2020
DC Mayor's Office on Latino Affairs

DC Mayor's Office on Latino Affairs

Estaremos en VIVO pronto en la Noche Cultural y Ceremonia de Premiación de la Alcaldesa Bowser

Recuerden usar #HerenciaHispanaDC2020 en sus comentarios.

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are the fastest growing racial group in the United States electorate. Don't miss F...
10/15/2020

Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are the fastest growing racial group in the United States electorate. Don't miss First Vote Film, produced and directed by DC resident and #EntertainDC FOTM Yi Chen, to see how passionate AAPI voters can be on both sides of the partisan line. Tune-in 10/20 at 8/7c on @WORLDChannel http://bit.ly/ARF_FirstVote

cc: DC Mayor's Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs

Today is World Mental Health Day. Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you ne...
10/10/2020

Today is World Mental Health Day. Over the past several months, we’ve been challenged, and it’s not been easy. If you need help managing anxiety and stress, please talk to a mental health clinician. Call 1-888-793-4357. We are here for you.

Having people over for the weekend? When around people outside of your household, you should still wear a mask and socia...
10/09/2020

Having people over for the weekend? When around people outside of your household, you should still wear a mask and social distance.

The #EntertainDC Office is pleased to recognize Gabrielle Ewing as our October 2020 Filmmaker of the Month! Gabrielle is...
10/09/2020

The #EntertainDC Office is pleased to recognize Gabrielle Ewing as our October 2020 Filmmaker of the Month! Gabrielle is an award-winning producer and filmmaker who is fiercely passionate about amplifying stories that change mainstream narratives. Her multidisciplinary focus has allowed her to work in a variety of spaces, from investigative journalism and daily news, to indie films and short documentaries. Read the full press release here📲: https://entertainment.dc.gov/release/octfme-recognizes-gabrielle-ewing-october-2020-filmmaker-month 🎉 Congratulations Gabrielle!! 🎉

Next week, the student grocery distribution sites and free meals sites are closed on Monday, Oct. 12. Learn more: corona...
10/09/2020

Next week, the student grocery distribution sites and free meals sites are closed on Monday, Oct. 12. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov/food

Here are today's testing sites.
10/09/2020

Here are today's testing sites.

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they r...
10/08/2020

The DC Contact Trace Force is part of the team working to help stop the spread of COVID-19 in our community. When they ring, answer the call!

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through y...
10/07/2020

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Go to a public testing site: coronavirus.dc.gov/testing

Washington, DC International Film Festival has gone virtual! Now through Oct. 11th, catch the best films international c...
10/05/2020

Washington, DC International Film Festival has gone virtual! Now through Oct. 11th, catch the best films international cinema has to offer as well as fascinating filmmaker Q&As from the comfort of your own home. For complete info on films and tickets, visit filmfestdc.org. 📷 : "Our Lady of the Nile" Movie #EntertainDC #202Creates #FilmfestDC

If you feel sick or were exposed to COVID-19, the first thing you should do is call your doctor. If the doctor can’t get...
10/02/2020

If you feel sick or were exposed to COVID-19, the first thing you should do is call your doctor. If the doctor can’t get you in for a test, visit one of our public testing sites. Then, quarantine while you wait for your results.

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through y...
10/01/2020

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Go to a public testing site: coronavirus.dc.gov/testing

Wash your hands. Wear a mask. Social distance. Do your part DC.
09/30/2020

Wash your hands. Wear a mask. Social distance. Do your part DC.

TODAY...It’s time to celebrate DC! See you tonight at 7PM EST for the 35th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards hosted by DC's own...
09/30/2020

TODAY...It’s time to celebrate DC! See you tonight at 7PM EST for the 35th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards hosted by DC's own, Tommy Davidson. RSVP at https://dcmayorsartsawards.com/FB and be a part of this historic night.

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:Call: 1-888-349-8323Onli...
09/29/2020

Are you homebound because of COVID-19? We’re here to help. To request food and other essentials:

Call: 1-888-349-8323

Online: coronavirus.dc.gov/gethelp

It’s going down this Wednesday, September 30th at 7 PM EST for the 35th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards. There will be unforg...
09/29/2020

It’s going down this Wednesday, September 30th at 7 PM EST for the 35th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards. There will be unforgettable performances, shout outs and a few surprises. It's not too late to RSVP at www.dcmayorsartsawards.com/FB 🏆 See you online!

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc....
09/28/2020

We all have a shared responsibility to protect DC. Wear a mask. Save lives. Stop the spread. Learn more: coronavirus.dc.gov

It's not too late to complete the #2020Census, act now! #GetCountedDC Online: 2020census.govCall: 1-844-330-2020Mail at ...
09/27/2020

It's not too late to complete the #2020Census, act now! #GetCountedDC Online: 2020census.gov

Call: 1-844-330-2020

Mail at no cost

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘 by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.
09/26/2020

Learn more about available District resources to keep you in your home 🏘 by visiting coronavirus.dc.gov/rent.

Having people over for the weekend? When around people outside of your household, you should still wear a mask and socia...
09/25/2020

Having people over for the weekend? When around people outside of your household, you should still wear a mask and social distance.

Join Director #AngieGates and District leaders for “In Pursuit of Equitable Development: Lessons from Washington, Detroi...
09/24/2020

Join Director #AngieGates and District leaders for “In Pursuit of Equitable Development: Lessons from Washington, Detroit, and Boston” on Friday, September 25, 2020 at 12:45 pm ET. Hosted by Harvard University Joint Center for Housing Studies, this conversation will help students, scholars, community leaders, public officials, and others identify innovative strategies and successful approaches to advancing social justice in low-income neighborhoods and communities of color. Register now --- https://www.jchs.harvard.edu/calendar/pursuit-equitable-development-lessons-washington-detroit-and-boston-virtual #EquitableDevelopment #EntertainDC #202Ceates

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through y...
09/24/2020

Feel sick or believe you were exposed to COVID-19? Call a doctor or health care provider. Unable to get tested through your doctor or at a clinic? Go to a public testing site: coronavirus.dc.gov/testing

Join us virtually for as we wrap up #202Creates month with an intimate conversation on business innovation and its role ...
09/24/2020

Join us virtually for as we wrap up #202Creates month with an intimate conversation on business innovation and its role in rebuilding the local economy with CEO and AOL Founder Steve Case. You won’t want to miss this! Head over to 202creates.com now and RSVP to secure your spot.

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