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TV25 gets a makeover

CharmTV to feature local entertainment programming

Phinesse Demps | 6/27/2014, 6 a.m.
Cast and production staff of Charm TV Baltimore

On June 25th, something new and fresh hit the television airwaves. The all new CharmTV (Comcast 25). Gone is the continuous programming of government and hearings; in with new shows that spotlight everything good in Baltimore.

So why the change? General Manager, Tonia Lee explains, “So in looking at the channel, there definitely was room to do something that could benefit the community and showcase what a great city we have and the beautiful things to see and do here in Baltimore. Besides this show can be used to help with the Mayor’s, (Stephanie Rawlings-Blake), initiative of bringing new families here to Baltimore, but also giving folks a reason to stay and invest in Baltimore”.

There is an amazing line-up for CharmTV and yes, you will still be able to catch you government programming but with a twist of new local programming. Here is what you will find:

On Wednesdays: “My Town” hosted by TV Veteran, Karen Francis will feature the history and culture of Baltimore. That will be followed by “Born in Baltimore” that will feature local entrepreneurs and businesses in the area.

On Thursday’s, for all you foodies and wine lovers, Kate Beck will host, “Tasty Travels”; that will be followed by “Out and About” featuring Kuren Redmond. You don’t want to miss this show as this will give you insights on the new happenings and places to go. These shows will be in the coveted prime time slots starting at 8 p.m. If you miss an episode check the schedule to see when it will re-air.

“I am really excited about what we are doing here at CharmTV. I really believe that what we offering will really help to show our city in a different and bring everyone together” said “My Town” host Karen Francis. For more information on CharmTV: http://www.charmtv.tv. Check out our Facebook for clips from each show: www.facebook.com/TheBaltimoreTimes .