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.
A Healthy Mind
Dr. Sislena Grocer Ledbetter, Director of Counseling and Student Development at the University of the District of Columbia interviews Dr. Elspeth Cameron Ritchie, Chief Clinical Officer, Department of Mental Health, for the District of Columbia about the mental health needs of America’s veterans. Dr. Ritchie retired from the Army in 2010 after holding numerous leadership positions within Army Medicine, to include the Psychiatry Consultant. She trained at Harvard, George Washington, Walter Reed, and the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, and has completed fellowships in both forensic and preventive and disaster psychiatry. She is a Professor of Psychiatry at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and at Georgetown University. Her major publications include the Military Medicine Textbook on “Combat and Operational Behavioral Health”, “The Mental Health Response to the 9/11 Attack on the Pentagon”, “Mental Health Interventions for Mass Violence and Disaster. She is currently the senior editor on the forthcoming: “Forensic and Ethical Issues in Military Mental Health”, and “Women at War”.
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: