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WCCA TVs BANDEdge episode #70 featuring the Duende Project

WCCA TV Rocking the music world.

WCCA TVs “Band Edge #70” featuring The Duende Project has been posted on the WCCA website at
http://www.wccatv.com/video/band-edge/BANDEDGE70

Band Edge is a WCCA TV produced local music show, shot live in our downtown studio, spotlighting
Worcester area music artist bands, solo singer/songwriters, and instrumentalist, and poetry as well. The
Duende Project
is the featured artist on this episode of Band Edge. Duende Project will also be the featured guest of a brand new MUSIC SHOW soon to launch at WCCA TV titled GOT IT COVERED with Victor Infante hosting. Very cool Enjoy !
Stay tuned and stay cool WCCA TV.

WCCA TV BandEdge places the spotlight on the music on the performing artist.

WCCA TV’s BandEdge is a TV show that show cases and pushes performers and their music, ONE Act at a time. Each entire episode is about one act or artist. As a non-profit venture, it is not about pasting the Host all over the screen or logo, nor is it about exploiting sponsors. BANDEDGE as in WCCA’s VIDEO JAM is musicians telling their story through the music they play.

Band Edge #68 featuring singer songwriter ” Andy Brink ” is the featured artist on this episode which has been posted on the WCCA website at
http://www.wccatv.com/video/band-edge/BANDEDGE68

Band Edge is a WCCA TV13 produced local music show shot live spotlighting Worcester area bands, solo singer/songwriters, and instrumentalist. Singer Songwriter Andy Brink is fantastic enjoy !

The Producers of BandEdge welcome all sorts of artist from various genres. Artist submissions are ongoing. Contact Mauro at 508-755-1880 for submission details.

Be seen world wide if you are a musical artist give WCCA TV a call. let’s add your star to our frontyard.

STOP IT, STOP IT, STOP IT NOW ! A powerful play for Peace and Non-Violent Solutions

STOP IT, STOP IT, STOP IT NOW ! is now available for on line viewing at The Stop it, Stop it, Stop it Now! Video has been posted on the WCCA website at

http://www.wccatv.com/video/specials/STOPITPLAY Enjoy !

Stop it, Stop it, Stop it Now! is a one act play describing real and imagined events that occur while standing Peace Vigil at Lincoln Square in Worcester. The vigil takes place near the World War I memorial and a dead man, Homer Wheaton, killed in action in France during WWI comes alive and queries the peace vigil. Other dead from the War on Terror come to life to express their pain and horror of war. An evil presence advocates for war followed by a man of peace’s call for a solution to war. A poem and the listing of 34 of the wars the US has been in since WWII is read. All the dead plead “Stop it, Stop it, Stop it Now.”

Watch Hops & Harmony Valentines from Mechanics Hall — February 2018

In Partnership, Mechanics Hall and WCCA TV present Hops and  Harmony at the Hall. It was a fun night of live music with audience  participation at Mechanics Hall on February 12, 2018.  Audience members  learned how to sing “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen. Guest artists were Amanda Carr and Matty B. 

Hops & Harmony is brought to you by Mechanics Hall with partner WCCA TV and supported by Atlas Distributors, Bay State Savings Bank, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and the Worcester Railers.

The WICN 90.5 FM HOLIDAY JAZZ JAM A Warm and Wonderful Holiday Treat seen on WCCA TV

The Holiday Jazz Jam 2017 has been posted on the WCCA website at

http://www.wccatv.com/video/specials/WICNCHRISTMAS2017

This is an amazing and festive treat for music lovers everywhere. Enjoy some of the best local music artist !

WCCA TV was at the WICN’s annual “The Holiday Jazz Jam” , a live broadcast from WICN’s Studio 50 with notable performers including Kenny Hadley, Arnie Krakowsky, Michelle Wilson, Bobby Gadoury, Steve Gagliastro, Wendee Glick, Mauro DePasquale, Amanda Carr and Maia and her Fellas, Michelle Willson, Pamela Hines, Bob Simonelli, and Ken Hadley. Hosted by Pamela Hines and Ed Gardella.

Testimonial makes room for some instructive viewing of WCCA TV “THE PEOPLE’s CHANNEL”

We recently received this testimonial through one of our Board members and community producers Bill Safer of WCCA’s “HIDDEN TREASURES”, a very popular Show seen around the world along with all our WCCA TV produced shows.

‘Hello my name is Rick Green and I live in Kentucky I really enjoy your show hidden treasures I have been watching it on a Roku TV app but it only goes up to episode 51 I noticed there are some new episodes can you tell me if or when this may be updated thank you for your time… Rick a loyal watcher!’

THANKS for watching and we are certainly glad you are enjoying our show. We appreciate that very much. We recommend also viewing more episodes that will be readily available here at our website wccatv.com/video .

Here you can access literally thousands of the greatest and latest favorite WCCA TV shows.

To all our LOYAL viewers THANK YOU for your support.

I look forward to seeing you on WCCA TV !

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WCCA TV is a regional leader serving Worcester’s community media public access needs and an anchor institution that stands for Media Democracy, Media Literacy and Creative Innovation. Learn Create and Connect at WCCA TV.

Since 1986, WCCA TV has always bee a creative space and a place that has engaged people of all backgrounds in bringing the city to life through creative expression of story telling, engaging community television talk programming, music, dance, television journalism, dramatic arts and film/video making, public art and multi media works, and to exercise free speech. It’s a space for everyone to get engaged in the arts in an active way.
A diversity of thousands of people attended WCCA educational class and workshops, participated in content creation, our public events, and our programs are seen in Worcester and around the world on line.
We have added over 630 videos to the WCCA website Video On Demand library in 2016! ALL AVAILABLE FOR FREE “ON-DEMAND VIEWING” at http://www.wccatv.com/video . This would not be possible without such an amazing video-prolific community and also with the tremendous work and effort of our own WCCA TV Staff of professional video technicians and video production artist.
WCCA community projects and programs are seen around the world and we have many letters expressing appreciation of this from many different countries. BRAVO !!
There is no denying WCCA TV is an anchor institution that stands for Media Democracy, Media Literacy and Creative Innovation.

For more information browse this website, watch our programming on cable channel 194 or here ( at wccatv.com) , streaming live or “On-Demand”, and or contact Mauro DePasquale our Executive Director. We offer community volunteer memberships, special sponsor membership plans for businesses, Workshops and training for ALL ages, and whole lot more. Get involved, create, network, share your story, opinions, and fresh ideas on “THE PEOPLE’s CHANNEL” WCCA TV

Thanks for your support.
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A Message for All WCCA TV Community Producers, Volunteers, Students, Interns, Board Members, Financial Contributors, and Staff.

Dear Supporter of WCCA TV,

This year, I have the honor of being selected the “Outstanding Italian” recipient of 2017 which results in my being the Grand Marshal of the Annual Columbus Day Parade in Worcester, but that is not why I’m writing you today.  I’m writing you, because WCCA TV will have WCCA TV members marching in the parade this year, and I’d like to invite you to march with us to celebrate WCCA TV.

This will be a great opportunity to further connect with the community of Worcester and promote the programs and services of WCCA TV while showing the many people that make-up WCCA TV including community producers, volunteers, students, interns, board members, financial contributors, and staff.

As you know, WCCA TV provides access to resources and offers a genuine free speech medium.  People of all backgrounds, perspectives, and abilities have not only access to community media technology and training resources that would be unattainable without WCCA TV, but they are offered a place where they can express their views, talents, and ideas without restraint.  This creates a space for real freedom.  Telling someone that they have freedom to express themselves while denying them the resources to do so, is not real freedom.   Instead, WCCA TV helps provide real freedom of expression through the use of television and state-of-the art communications media technology to EVERYONE in the Worcester Community.

Marching in the parade with WCCA TV is free to members, and I think it will be  a lot of fun for all of us to march together!!

If you would like to join us in this years parade on October 8, 2017, please contact Joseph at joseph@wccatv.com or call us at 508-755-1880.

With Much Appreciation,

Mauro DePasquale

Executive Director, WCCA TV