About OVOC

Other Voices, Other Choices promotes alternative, non-corporate political and environmental news and commentary. It is a blog, YouTube channel, Facebook page, podcast, and an hour-long cable access TV (CATV) series currently airing in the following cities and their surrounding communities:

New Hampshire

Keene: Cheshire TV, Spectrum Channel 8, Sun 3 PM, Wed 7 AM & 6 PM, Fri 2 PM.

New York State

Binghamton*: Spectrum Channel 1301, Tues 10 PM, Thrs 7 PM
Corning: Spectrum Channel 1301, Tues 10 PM, Thrs 7 PM
Elmira: Spectrum Channel 1301, Tues 10 PM, Thrs 7 PM
Ithaca: Pegasys Spectrum 13, Wed 4:30 PM, Sun 12 PM & 9 PM
Manhattan: MNN, a minimum of 2 hours per month; channel & time vary
Rome: Spectrum Channel 99, Tues 5:30 PM, Thrs 9:30 PM & 10:30 PM
Syracuse: Spectrum Channel 98, Thrs 7:30 PM
Utica**: Spectrum Channel 99, Tues 5:30 PM, Thrs 9:30 PM & 10:30 PM


Sayre: Spectrum Channel 1301, Tues 10 PM, Thrs 7 PM


Fairfax: (Suburbs of Washington, DC) OVOC airs on Fairfax Public Access (cable channel 10 in Fairfax, Loudoun, Stafford, Prince William, and Spotsylvania counties, and the cities of Fredericksburg and Leesburg) several times per month on an ad hoc basis. Check their schedule for exact air times.

*The Binghamton, NY station covers: Barker, Binghamton, Bridgewater (PA), Chenango, Choconut, Conklin, Dickinson, Endicott, Fenton, Greene, Johnson City, Kirkwood, Lisle, Maine, Marathon, Montrose (PA), Nanticoke, Newark Valley, Owego, Port Dickinson, Silver Lake (PA), Smithville, Tioga, Union, Vestal and Whitney Point.

**The Utica, NY stations covers: Clayville, Clinton, Cold Brook, Deerfield, Kirkland, Litchfield, Marcy, Middleville, New Hartford, Newport, New York Mills, Oriskany, Paris, Poland, Remsen, Rome, Russia, Schuyler, Trenton, Utica, Westmoreland, Whitesboro, Whitestown, and Yorkville.



Many of the videos appearing on OVOC are available via PegMedia, from which they can be downloaded for free by CATV stations throughout the US.

Much of OVOC's audio can be downloaded for free by anyone via the a-Infos Radio Project. Common users of this audio include podcasters, college radio stations, micro-radio stations, and individuals for personal use.