WCCA TV now on
Channel 194
WCCA TV is a public access TV station and community media center in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Our programming is produced by and for the people of Worcester.
WCCA TV now on Channel 194.

WCCA Specials

WCCA videos
Live on Our Homepage and Channel 194
Sunday, May 28th 1:00am
Sunday, May 28th 2:30am
Sunday, May 28th 9:00am
Sunday, May 28th 7:30pm
Monday, May 29th 2:00pm
Tuesday, May 30th 3:00am
Wednesday, May 31st 12:00am
Thursday, Jun 1st 12:30am
Thursday, Jun 1st 3:30pm
Friday, Jun 2nd 2:30am
Friday, Jun 2nd 4:00pm
Friday, Jun 2nd 9:30pm
Saturday, Jun 3rd 3:30am
Saturday, Jun 3rd 9:30am
Saturday, Jun 3rd 5:00pm
Saturday, Jun 3rd 9:00pm
396 videos available. Showing page 1 of 40

REC Festival

Posted May 26th 2017 2:47pm

REC Annual Spring and Garden Festival and Plant Sale The REC Annual Spring and Garden Festival and Plant Sale was held in Worcester, Mass. at the City Common Oval, on Saturday, May 20th, 2017 and WCCA TV was there to interview Stephen Fischer of the REC, and other non profit organizations and businesses such as the Y and Ivy Child International, the Railers' mascot, and Giguere Dance  as well an interview with City Council member, Gary Rosen.  Cynthia LaPan conducted the interviews with Joseph Townsend for WCCA TV.

We are an annual, and  proud, media sponsor of the REC.


People "run on Dunkin" - and they win!

Posted May 19th 2017 5:44pm

People "run on Dunkin" - and they win!

On May 16th, 2017 one lucky Dunkin' Donuts guest at the Grafton Street, Worcester store was surprised with $1000.00 as part of a national program to "Freeze the Day" and celebrate the launch of Frozen Dunkin' Coffee.  WCCA TV was there to surprise the lucky winner, Stephen Carrigan.


Commonwealth Conversations, co-sponsored by Senate President Stan Rosenberg (D-Amherst), Senator Michael Rodrigues (D-Westport), and Senate Minority Leader Bruce Tarr (R-Gloucester), is a statewide listening tour of various geographic regions.  The overall goal of Commonwealth Conversations is to foster more civic engagement in the community and help each Senator learn more about issues outside of his or her own district while visiting with local residents, businesses, and interest groups to listen directly to their needs and concerns.  Adam Rice and Bradley Bedard of WCCA TV  recorded the Conversations on April 25, 2017  at Seven Hills Foundation. 


Armenians Got Talent

Posted May 10th 2017 7:01pm

ARMENIANS GOT TALENT! Interview features the show’s talent coordinator, Linda Bullock, discussing the upcoming new edition of the biannual event with two young performers.  The talent show includes parishioners of all ages performing various musical and dance numbers with fun for the whole family and takes place in the Cultural Center of the Armenian Church Of Our Saviour, 34 Boynton Street in Worcester, on Saturday, May 13, 6:00pm.  Following the interview are excerpts from



Community Forum: Sam Quinones

Posted April 20th 2017 8:55pm

Community Forum:  Sam Quinones, Author of " Dreamland,  The True Tale of American Opiate Epidemic" was presented  by the Worcester County DA, Joseph D. Early Jr.  The program was recorded by Adam Rice for WCCA TV Ch. 194.


Denholms for the Holidays 2016

Posted April 13th 2017 7:05pm
In 2016, the Denholms Building opened its doors to the once-bustling downtown department store for an event called “Denholms for the Holidays". The December 10, 2016  event was Preservation Worcester’s annual gala and WCCA TV was there to record the festivities and fashion show. The program was hosted by local, Dottie Hargrove and recorded by Adam Rice for WCCA TV Ch. 194.

Anna Maria Showcase, March 2017

Posted April 13th 2017 4:10pm

WCCA TV recorded the Anna Maria College Artist Showcase featuring Peter Marcus in March of 2017 .  Darrell Matsumoto, Director of Visual Arts Programs and Gallery at Anna Maria College conducted the interview.


Worcester Is America!

Posted March 29th 2017 2:46pm

The WORCESTER IS AMERICA! Exhibit is a history of Armenian immigration to America with the focus on the City of Worcester.  The M.C is Hovig Charchafalian, the guests are Peter Wayne Nalbandian and Harry Manoogian, both members of the Knights Of Vartan, the sponsor of the WORCESTER IS AMERICA! Exhibit at the Worcester Public Library for the month of April.  The exhibit and two Special Events are the subjects of the interview.  The first Special Event is Tuesday, April 4, 6:00PM, in the Saxe Room featuring a City Proclamation from Mayor Petty, State Citations presented by Representative David K. Muradian Jr., presentation of books and videos on Armenian history and culture to Head Librarian Geoffrey Dickinson for the library's Knights Of Vartan Collection, and a lecture by Peter Wayne Nalbandian, "The Right To Be Americans: The Case of United States vs Cartozian."  The second Special Event is on Sunday, April 9, 3:00PM in the Saxe Room featuring two videos: The History of the Apkarian Family of Worcester and a lecture by the late Dr. H. Martin Deranian on the Armenian Orphan Rug which was given to President Calvin Coolidge in 1925 in appreciation for the aid and support given by the United States to the survivors of the Armenian Genocide.


2017 International Women’s Day in Worcester

Posted March 28th 2017 8:21pm

On March 7, 2017, the YWCA of Central Massachusetts, with keynote speaker, Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey, celebrated an International Women’s Day event at the YWCA building at 1 Salem Square.  International Women’s Day is a worldwide event celebrating the achievements of women while calling for greater equality.  In addition to Healey’s speech, WCCA TV volunteer Cynthia LaPan interviewed the Attorney General as well as the following organizers or participants:  Joyce McNickles, Social Justice and Diversity Educator; Maritza Cruz, Director of Racial & Gender Equity at the YWCA of Central Massachusetts;  Debbie Hall, YWCA Board Member; Nerissa Harper-Ketter, YWCA Board Member; Chris Robarge, Central Massachusetts Field Coordinator of the ACLU; and Rosemary Naughton, Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at Worcester State University.   


U.S Immigration Law

Posted March 13th 2017 5:38pm
On February 21st, Worcester State University hosted an Immigration Law information session and conversation with Attorney Richard Iandoli, Esq. of  Iandoli Desai & Cronin P.C (a Boston-based immigration law firm that represents individuals, businesses, and institutions regarding a variety of immigration and nationality issues).  This program dealt with current immigration law, services available to immigrants, and the ramifications of President Trump’s Executive Order.  This presentation was provided for international students and permanent as well as temporary immigrants in Central Massachusetts.  
The content, personal blogs, video and links appearing on this website may not necessarily reflect the views and opinions of WCCA TV, its Board of Directors or staff. WCCA reserves the right to utilize and manage the web site as necessary with or without notice. All website text, graphics, and layout Copyright © 2010-2017 Worcester Community Cable Access, Inc. available under Creative Commons Noncommercial License. Videos are licensed individually. Please, check the copyright notice on individual videos before redistributing. Commercial licenses available for most content upon request.