Cable TV (UDC TV)
UDC-TV, a 24-hour educational cable program service, is operated by the University of the District of Columbia and serves as the District government's non-commercial, adult education program service. Our mission is to support the University in carrying out its land-grant function of teaching, research and public service through the innovative use of cable television technology and programming, UDC-TV is part of the Comcast, RCN, Verizon television cable systems, reaching approximately 187,000 residential households in the District of Columbia and every major hotel, federal and Congressional office and the White House.
In Washington, DC, UDC-TV can be viewed on Comcast Channel 98, RCN Channel 19, and Verizon Channels 19 and 21. Our program schedule can be viewed here.
I'm Dr. Connie Webster of the Department of Nursing and Health Professions at the University of the District of Columbia. Welcome to Health Matters. The topic of this program is the medical impact of Ebola and its psychological impact on students studying abroad, but families are located in the affected countries. Joining me to explore the topic are: Dr. Ayana Elliott, Director of University Health Services here at the University of the District of Columbia and Siaka Nuah a second year graduate student pursuing a Professional Science Masters degree in Water Resources Management at the University of the District of Colombia. Siaka is from the western region of Grand Cape Mount County, Monrovia, in Liberia.
UDC TV on YouTube
Beyond the Cable TV district and not able to view UDC TV? Be sure to check out YouTube channels featuring our programming: