Surely you know by now. The Our Hen House TV show officially launched in March 2014 as a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media. We are excited that today marks Season 2, Episode 25 — featuring vegan choreographer and entrepreneur Cynthia King, and vegan photographer and Jivamukti instructor Derek Goodwin.
Our Hen House’s TV show, a co-production with Brooklyn Independent Media, ventures into the under-explored world of animals rights with a sense of humor, a passionate heart, and more than a few opinions on the state of animal rights. Whether you’re a seasoned vegan, a part-time vegetarian, a fiery social justice activist, or simply love your dog, Our Hen House’s TV show will embolden you to think in new directions, to question assumptions, and to sample some fabulous food along the way. The show is an extension of the popular podcast under the same name.
Episode 25 is now viewable online!
Our Hen House Episode 25 from Brooklyn Independent Media on Vimeo.
There are currently three ways to watch the OHH TV Show:
- Tune in at www.ourhenhouse.org/tv regularly for the most updated episode (as well as archived episodes)! We will also post new episodes, as they appear, to our Facebook and Twitter pages.
- If you’re in NYC, catch us on cable! The Our Hen House TV show airs every first and third Monday at 7 p.m., with repeat episodes of that same show on Wednesdays and Fridays, also at 7. Brooklyn Independent Media airs on Time Warner 756, Verizon Fios 46, Cablevision 70, and streams online at BRICartsmedia.org/
- The Our Hen House TV show streams online at BRICartsmedia.org/bkindiemedia on Mondays at 7 EST, with repeat episodes streamed there on Wednesdays and Fridays at 7. (For Season 2, there will be a new OHH episode every other week — the first and third Monday of each month. Opposite Mondays will show rerun episodes.)
Please help us spread the word! Tweet about it (tag @ourhenhouse and @bkindiemedia), and share on your Facebook page! We even know of a few folks who are organizing weekly viewing parties!
Remember, Our Hen House is a non-profit and we could not do this without your support — so please consider donating today and keeping vegan indie media alive. Thank you!
CHECK OUT THE REST OF THE EPISODES OF THE OUR HEN HOUSE TV SHOW!