Access Framingham Live Stream
Check out our live stream here. You can also watch on Framingham cable on RCN Channel 3, Verizon Channel 43, and Comcast Channel 9.
What is Access Framingham?
Framingham Public Access Corporation (FPAC) aka Access Framingham is a non-profit corporation designated by the City of Framingham to run Access Framingham Television (AFTV). AFTV also manages the Framingham Education Channel (FECtv) for Framingham Public Schools. AFTV, FECtv and the Government Channel (called Public Access PEG channels) are all supported by cable television subscribers in Framingham.
Visit Our Studio
We are located at 4 Vernon Street in Framingham; please feel free to come take a tour of the studio.
- Monday-Thursday: 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
- Saturday: 10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
- Sunday: Closed (studio available by appointment only)
Access Framingham trains and assists members to produce programming content, provides field production equipment and cablecasting facilities to air content on the channel. All Framingham residents are eligible to become members of Access Framingham. Individual member producers are responsible for program content and retain their content copyrights.
Woman2Woman Today wins Hometown Media Awards
Woman2Woman Today wins Best Information Talk Show, Single Episode!
AFTV's Executive Director, Scott Mercer, invited to Senator Ed Markey's roundtable discussion
On April 1st, our Executive Director, Scott Mercer was invited to participate in a roundtable discussion with Massachusetts State Senator, Ed Markey, regarding the future of Public Access Television.
Artist Reception for Gracie Victorica
On February 26th, 2019 Access Framingham hosted an Artist Reception for Framingham Artist Guild member, Gracie Victorica.
Audrey Hall Appointed to State Commission on Status of Women
FPAC Board of Directors Vice President and AFTV member/producer, Audrey Hall, recently was appointed to appointed to the state commission by Senate President Karen Spilka
Access Framingham featured on WGBH's "Greater Boston"
WGBH reporter, Tina Martin, visited Access Framingham to speak about the future of public, education, and government programming.