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MAMARONECK, New York (November 18, 2014) — LMC-TV announced a 20-game broadcast schedule of regular season action during the winter high school sports season at Mamaroneck High School and Rye Neck High School.
The schedule is highlighted by four Mamaroneck hockey games, including the annual meeting against defending Section 1 Division 1 runner-up Suffern, airing the weekend of February 6.
The schedule also features four games with the Mamaroneck boys basketball team, including both ends of their annual tournament (January 23).
Six basketball games will be televised at Rye Neck High School, including both the girls (January 16) and boys (February 6) taking on Hastings.
Fans can watch all LMC Varsity Sports games by utilizing the Watch Now feature on our website, The website also includes an up-to-date schedule and information on air dates and updated air-times for all televised games.
For more information on LMC Varsity Sports, please contact Rob Moretti, LMC-TV Community Sports Producer at 914-381-2002 ext. 207 or You can also follow LMC Varsity Sports on Twitter at @LMCTVSports.
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Saturday: 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Sunday: 1 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m.

Dec. 5 – Dec. 8 Rye Neck Girls Basketball Keio 12/3
Dec. 12 – Dec. 15 Mamaroneck Ice Hockey Rye 12/6
Dec. 12 – Dec. 15 Mamaroneck Girls Basketball White Plains 12/8
Dec. 19 – Dec. 22 Mamaroneck Wrestling Clarkstown North 12/11
Dec. 19 – Dec. 22 Mamaroneck Girls Basketball Suffern 12/16
Dec. 26 – Dec. 29 Rye Neck Girls Basketball Pawling 12/18
Dec. 26 – Dec. 29 Mamaroneck Ice Hockey White Plains 12/20
Jan. 9 – Jan. 12 Mamaroneck Fencing Fair Lawn (NJ) 1/7
Jan. 16 – Jan. 19 Rye Neck Girls Basketball Hastings 1/13
Jan.23 – Jan. 26 Rye Neck Boys Basketball Dobbs Ferry 1/15
Jan. 23 – Jan. 26 Mamaroneck Boys Basketball Rye Neck (Tournament) 1/16
Jan. 23 – Jan. 26 Mamaroneck Boys Basketball TBD (Tournament) 1/17
Jan.30 – Feb. 2 Mamaroneck Boys Basketball Scarsdale 1/21
Jan.30 – Feb. 2 Mamaroneck Boys Swimming New Rochelle 1/22
Jan.30 – Feb. 2 Mamaroneck Ice Hockey John Jay Cross River 1/23
Feb. 6 – Feb. 9 Mamaroneck Girls Basketball Mount Vernon 1/30
Feb. 6 – Feb. 9 Rye Neck Boys Basketball Hastings 2/2
Feb. 6 – Feb. 9 Mamaroneck Ice Hockey Suffern 2/3
Feb. 13 – Feb. 16 Mamaroneck Boys Basketball White Plains 2/5
Feb.13 – Feb. 16 Rye Neck Boys Basketball Blind Brook 2/6

Watch the Mamaroneck Tigers Play for a State Championship this weekend on LMCTV!

The Mamaroneck Tigers Field Hockey team traveled to Maine-Endwell High School last weekend to play for a New York State Championship, and LMCTV’s Varsity Sports program was there to bring the game to your TV screen!
The state semifinal and state championship game can be viewed this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday evening and Saturday, Sunday, and Monday afternoon in the Larchmont-Mamaroneck area on Cablevision channel 77 and Verizon FiOS channel 34 at the following times:
Field Hockey – NYSPHSAA Semifinal – Saratoga Springs vs. Mamaroneck
Field Hockey – NYSPHSAA Final – Sachem East vs. Mamaroneck

WATCH NOW! LMCTV's Election Central

LMCTV Election 2014 BannerLMCTV is your source for everything involving local politics! From the League of Women Voters’ Candidates Forum to LMCTV’s own Meet the Candidates programs, you can watch everything at the click of a mouse.  Simply click on a meeting below to view:
Orienta Point Association Candidates Forum – 10/19/14
League of Women Voters Candidates Forum – 10/8/14 @ Town of Mamaroneck Court Room
Meet the Candidates – Village of Mamaroneck Democrats
Meet the Candidates – Village of Mamaroneck Republicans Part Two
Meet the Candidates – Village of Mamaroneck Republicans Part One
Shore Acre Property Owners Association Candidates Forum – 8/31/14
The League of Women Voters website provides a guide to candidates and propositions, and you can find where to vote.

"Terror TV" Special Comes to LMCTV

Demonika Diablo Terror TVLMCTV staff members Dena Schumacher & Matt Sullivan alongside Chris Lavigna will be producing a three-part series called Terror TV. The show draws from Elvira and other “creature features” as seen on late-night television during the 70’s & 80’s. Hosted by “Demonica Diablo,” Terror TV will bring classic films such as Night of the Living Dead to viewers in the midnight hour, complete with an introduction from Demonica herself. The program can be seen starting on Saturday, Oct. 25 @ 12am on channels 75 Cablevision and 36 Verizon/Fios.  Additionally, the program can be streamed LIVE by CLICKING HERE.  Please see below for a listing of airings:
Friday, Oct. 31 @ 12am
Saturday, Nov. 1 @ 12am
Sunday, Nov. 2 @ 12am
Saturday, Nov. 8 @ 12am
Sunday, Nov. 8 @ 12am

Terror TV Episode #1 from LMC-TV on Vimeo.

Watch This Summer's LMCTV Teen Filmmaking Workshop Films

LMCTV is proud to showcase the films made during this year’s Teen Summer Filmmaking Workshops. The two workshops which took place this past July and August had students writing, acting, directing, and editing their own short films as well as a “making of” documentary. The first workshop produced a film called “14 Minutes,” where a young man is experiencing deja-vu, while going through the normal ups and downs of being an adolescent. “I’ll Tell You Later,” made during the second workshop, focuses on a group of boys having a sleep over at the “New Kid’s” house just before Halloween. In its 14th year, the workshops were a great success and we hope that after watching the films, you will feel the same way!
Workshop I Feature: “14 Minutes”
Workshop I Documentary: Making of “14 Minutes”
Workshop II Feature: “I’ll Tell You Later”
Workshop II Documentary: Making of “I’ll Tell You Later”

Welcome to LMCTV's New Website!

When LMCTV first updated our website, we knew it would be a learning process. That revision was our first step into using the web as a dynamic outlet for your community content. Since then, our role in the community has grown, and with it, the needs for our website. We started this latest website redesign well over a year ago, and while we’re still polishing the edges, web development goes something like this:
Welcome to the new  Our thanks go out to everyone who sat in on our focus groups, and we are sure you’ll see where your feedback directly impacted the new design.  Like our community, our new site needs to continuously grow to reflect our needs. We welcome all comments to

Where’s My Stuff?

At the top of this site, you’ll see a horizontal menu (unless you’re on mobile, then you’ll get a more compact selector).  Here’s a quick primer on where the most important functionality lives.  We’ve tried to structure the menus so that things are easy to find, but here are our favorites:

Channels Schedule

Now in a more consistent format that is easier to read (and kept up to date)

Events Calendar

Easier to browse and can be synced to Google calendar.


You can browse the online videos (formally “On Demand”) either by click through the categories or by using the video search.
There’s a search in the top right of the page that will find any content, not just videos.  If you browse the videos by show, you can see the online episodes for the show.

Watch Live

Links to our live streams are right on the front page!

And Much More!

We’ve got your sports calendar, volunteer information, services, contact info, location information, live channel info, and more.  Give the site a spin and let us know how you like it!  Let us know at

Later, Hyphen

Let’s use that email addresses as a segue.  You’ll notice that the feedback email is directed to the “” domain.  While you’ve been able to interchange “” and “” for a long time, we’re making a push to unify our image as simply LMCTV.  This means that you’ll receive emails from and visit  Most importantly, it’s easier for our talent to communicate on the air.  You’ll always be able to interchange the two domains, but we’re going to do our best to use “” consistently.

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