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CMA Partners with WNET for Camp TV

CMA is excited to announce a content partnership with The WNET Group’s Camp TV, a new one-hour public television series that brings the day camp experience to children nationwide weekdays beginning Monday, July 13 on public television. Episodes will also be available to stream at camptv.org.

Providing ideas for fun activities to kids who can’t go to camp this summer, Camp TV is hosted by a head counselor played by Zachary Noah Piser, a Broadway performer who guides campers as they learn through play. Head counselor Zach kicks off each episode with a welcome song and announces the day’s theme. Every episode also includes a storytelling segment that features a different book of the day.

For Camp TV, CMA contributes its How-To Videos, which share step-by-step instructions for art projects that the whole family can do together.

Camp TV content partners include Bedtime Math, Brooklyn Botanic Garden, Brooklyn Children’s Museum, Brooklyn Public Library, Chamber Music Society, Franklin Institute, Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum, Let’s Learn NYC!, Liberty Science Center, Lincoln Center, Macmillan, Memphis Zoo, National Dance Institute, New Victory Theater, New York Botanical Garden, New York Public Library, New York Road Runners, Playworks, ReadWorks, Story Pirates, and Wildlife Conservation Society. Additional content is provided by teachers who participated in The WNET Group’s NJTV Learning Live series.

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