Guggenheim Museum Curator Nat Trotman visited Jus Broadcasting to shoot two Punjabi TV shows, Jus Galbat and the The Bikkar Badshah show featuring Jaggi Singh as a comedic corrupt Punjabi police officer. The episodes focused around the work of artist Felix Gonzalez-Torres and his piece “Untitled” (Public Opinion) that is spending the month of June at Jus Broadcasting's headquarters in Astoria, Queens as part of . . . circle through New York.
As part of . . . circle through New York this month Punjabi TV network Jus Broadcasting is shooting episodes of its shows at the St. Philip's Church in Harlem. Watch this episode of their topical show Honestly which asks members of the St. Philip's congregation questions such as: How do you feel about the abuse against minority citizens in America? What's your view of interracial relationships? If African Americans and Indians had a dance-off who would win?
Jus Broadcasting's Punjabi news show Ajj da Mudda talks with St. Philip's Rev Chloe Breyer about interfaith work before the Thurgood Marshall Law Day program which featured Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer.
In April Astoria Queen's based Punjabi TV station Jus Broadcasting shot episodes of its news show Aja Mudda and its new fast-paced topical interview show Honestly at the Guggenheim Museum.
Jus Broadcasting's show Honestly asks guests on the show to be, well, honest. Join a parrot-themed taping of Honestly with a special appearance by Pinkie in the studio! Drop in any time between 5:00-8:00 PM, friends and guests are also welcome. Participants will be interviewed about topics ranging from art to pets to pop culture, for approximately 15-20 minutes, and will get a chance to meet Pinkie. If you'd like to reserve a specific time, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jus Broadcasting's Bikkar Badshah show features Jaggi Singh as a comedic corrupt Punjabi police officer. Watch this episode to follow Bikkar as he explores the museum and interacts with visitors, staff and artworks.