The Channel Ø Hour With J. C. Kaelin is J. C.'s weekly 2 Hour 11 PM-1 AM late night Saturday cable TV show broadcast on the Hudson County Cablevision network and 24/7 online, where you can see and hear some of the great audio and video treasures in the multimedia archives of MediaOutlet.com! Since its premiere in March of 2008, each month a new episode airs for 4 Saturday nights in a row on all Cablevision's Hudson County New Jersey public access channels (check your cable guide for the public access channel for your Hudson County community), and it's archived online for the whole world to see in streaming video at ChannelZeroNYC.com! We look forward to your joining J. C. each and every Saturday night at 11 PM for two hours of audio/visual wonderfulness (and anytime at all at ChannelZeroNYC.com!).
The Channel Zero Hour Epi. 51: JFK Inauguration & The Making Of The President (1960)
Whether you love Donald Trump or hate him, he has harkened to the legacy of President John F. Kennedy and his age of the New Frontier as President Elect Donald Trump sets for himself the task of bringing his own era of Make America Great into being.
In order to help make the comparison, we have in this latest episode of The Channel Ø Hour show two great helpings of the makings of, and inauguration of, The New Frontier: live television coverage of John F. Kennedy's inauguration, along with his complete inauguration acceptance speech, and the triple Emmy award winning 1963 television film based on Theodore White’s Pulitzer Prize winning book "The Making Of The President".
In the course of the making of this episode, the ghost of JFK became mightily aroused! Wanting to speak for himself directly to our audience, he decided to break in to the closing credits of the show to make his thoughts "clear" about those issues of his own day that still remain unresolved today. We left his interruption intact and without edit, for our viewers to examine with their own consciences ;)
*Archived Saturday, January 14, 2017
NOTE: Show starts shortly after the 30 second tone and bars mark used by the cable company to queue up the show for broadcast.