CUTV is a hub for independent media production and growing alternative media institutions. You can read CUTV’s bylaws here.
Our offices and studio are located at CUTV 2110 Mackay on the fourth floor. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our board of directors
Amy Miller is an award-winning director, producer and writer based in Montreal. Her documentaries have been screened at festivals throughout the world, and have been broadcast in over two dozen countries. She remains dedicated to creating documentaries for transformative social change.
Bianca Mugyenyi is a Ugandan-born journalist and activist who has written for the Toronto Star, Ottawa Citizen, teleSur, and The Hill Times. She was previously the Coordinator of Concordia’s Gender Advocacy Centre, the Chairperson of the Canadian Federation of Students (Quebec), and the Co-Executive Director of The Leap. She’s the author of Stop Signs: Cars and Capitalism on the Road to Economic, Social and Ecological Decay.
Samuel Miriello is a student leader at Concordia who has worked to make college courses more accessible, prevent tuition hikes and promote the fee-levy community. Samuel has 4 years of experience in Human Resources management, and has a background in film and photography.
Kate McQuade studies Political Science at Concordia. She is passionate about using new forms of media to make politics more accessible to young people. Kate has worked towards this goal through her endeavours as an editor at Concordia’s Subversions, and as a founder of Nice in Theory and the successful Instagram meme page @jean.paul.fartre.
Maha Siddiqui is a Political Science student specializing in International Relations of the Middle East. When she’s not writing up policies for CRARR or other organizations you can find her representing her district in Parliamentary programs such as Equal Voice- Daughters of the Vote.
Martin Lukacs is a journalist, author, and activist. He’s a former environmental writer for The Guardian, the author of The Trudeau Formula: Seduction and Betrayal in an Age of Discontent, and has worked as an impact producer on several documentary films.
Marcus Peters studies sociology at Concordia, and has a passion for social and environmental justice. He has served on many boards and advocacy groups in the community, including the Sociology/Anthropology Student Union, the Hive Cafe, Divest Concordia, and the CSU, where he was also formerly a member of the executive. He has a keen interest in filmmaking that stems from his personal work in short films, and joined CUTV in 2016.