Access Framingham Live Stream
Check out our live stream here. You can also watch on RCN Channel 3, Verizon Channel 43, and Comcast Channel 9.
What is Access Framingham?
Framingham Public Access Corporation (FPAC) 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). AFTV, FECtv and the Government channel (called Public Access channels) are all funded by the cable television subscribers in Framingham. The cable subscriber bill from Comcast, RCN and Verizon include a fee which gets paid to the city to fund the Public Access channels.
Access Framingham’s mission is to engage, serve and enrich the community by developing programming by and for the people of Framingham, providing educational opportunities, and facilitating the exchange of ideas and information through traditional and new media.
Access Framingham trains and assists members to produce video programming, and provides cablecasting facilities. All Framingham residents are eligible to become members of Access Framingham. Individual member producers are responsible for program content and retain their copyrights.
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.
Framingham High School's Thanksgiving Football Game
Framingham High School's Thanksgiving Football game was held a Fenway Park this year!
Pictures from opening day at Interfaith Terrace's new playground.
Board Member, Roger Cupertino, sent us these amazing pictures from the opening day of the new playground at Interfaith Terrace.
Access Framingham named a top-rated nonprofit.
Access Framingham is a 2018 top-rated nonprofit!