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The WCCA TV Newsletter, September 2019

This Month at WCCA TV, The People’s Channel

Attention ALL City Council and School Committee Candidates – In addition to a Soapbox Special introducing candidates, WCCA TV 194 is hosting a ‘CANDIDATE OPEN-MIC NIGHT’ on September 9, 2019 from 5 PM till 7 PM. First Come, First Serve! If interested, call the Station at 508-755-1880 or send an email to mauro@wccatv.com

Our next TV Production Class starts on September 21, 2019 and is held at the WCCA TV facility, in downtown Worcester. This class is a MUST for all aspiring TV producers, as it provides useful information about all components involved in TV production. The class is offered on a first-come-first-serve basis. To reserve your seat, call 508-755-1880 today and embark on your exciting TV Production journey!

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  • Beacon Hill Chat is a talk show that features interesting people talking about the interesting
    things going on in Central Massachusetts. Host of the program, State Senator Harriette Chandler, welcomes the Executive Director of the Worcester Community Action Council, Marybeth
    . In another episode, Senator Chandler chats with Tracy Kraus, the CEO of the Worcester Chamber Music Association.
  • Time for a coffee break and another episode of Coffee with Konnie. Join host Konnie Lukes and her guests as they discuss city issues at Worcester-area coffee shops. Konnie has a cup of joe with Yedeh Arkue and her two sons, A.J. and Alvin. Yedeh tells Konnie about her efforts to help people in Liberia.
  • Activate Worcester, hosted by Ron Motta, is a WCC TV program that shows viewers how to participate and become active in Worcester. Ron chats with Donna Colorio, a candidate for Worcester School Committee. In another episode, Ron’s guest is Alyssa Dancause to tell us about Jeremiah’s Inn.
  • Connecting The Dots is a non-traditional legal program with the emphasis on the attorney as a trusted advisor, with an interdisciplinary approach to solving life’s issues. Host of the program, Attorney Liz Myska, welcomes Kathleen Gagne, the Executive Director, and Tricia Shea, the Facilities
    Director, at Mechanics Hall.
  • What It’s Worth is a WCCA TV show definitely worth watching! Host Tommy Colletta chats with Tony Ecomomou, a candidate for Worcester City Council.
  • Mike Tourville, author of the award-winning book “A Promise to Astrid: A True Story”, is the featured guest in this episode of Close to Home, hosted by Molly Finn. The book — which also inspired a movie with the same title — is about a remarkable woman, named Astrid, who uses unconventional methods to change the lives of an entire community. According to Country Living Magazine, ”A Promise to Astrid’ is one of the best Christian movies coming to theaters in 2019!” Exclusively on WCCA TV 194 in Worcester, also streaming live worldwide at www.wccatv.com
  • Join Christine Greige, host of WCCA TV’s Defining Good Health, and learn about her health & wellness journey as she interviews people in the health industry. Christine’s guest is nutritionist Julia Scott. In another episode, Christine chats via Skype with wellness coach Sachin Sharma.
  • Human Touch, hosted by Augustine Kanjia, is a program that spotlights refugees and their struggles, challenges and triumphs, in order to bring about understanding and change. Augustine talks about a refugee that came to America about 15 years ago. In another episode, Augustine’s guest is Owura Sarkodieh who is running for Worcester City Councilor at Large.
  • Know Your Rights is a WCCA TV show to inform viewers of their civil rights, hosted by Ron Madnick. Ron talks about Parole in Massachusetts.
  • **Healthy Living ** is a WCCA TV program, hosted by Dr. Donald Pelto of Worcester. Dr. Pelto interviews medical doctors and allied health individuals regarding health-related issues, such as losing weight, diabetes, and much more. Dr. Pelto talks with Zach Reed Smith about Patient Education. In another episode, Dr. Pelto talks with Paul Cyr about Crossfit.
  • Tune in to WCCA TV’s Worcester Community News show. Trinity Financial has been able to obtain several financing sources to refurbish Worcester County’s old Courthouse. MassHousing is furnishing the financing of $12.2 million as another step towards providing housing for people with lower income. For more local news, watch ‘Worcester Community News’ on WCCA TV 194 in Worcester on Saturdays & Sundays at 9:30am and Mondays at 11am.
  • Perspectives, with Asima Silva, is a WCCA TV program that features local and national guests sharing their perspectives on politics, current events, mental and emotional health, as well as religion. Asima goes to a UPF event.
  • Video Jam is your source for eclectic music videos. Your favorite host, Tracy Foley, has been presenting mainstream and indie rock for more than 10 years on cable TV public access stations. Today’s Playlist features: Caylee Hammack – Family Tree; Luke Bryan – Knockin’ Boots; The Parlotones – Antidote; Memory Alexandra – Don’t Break Us; Happy, Hollow – Flowers; A Bad Think – Falling Star; Chris James & The Showdowns – Somewhere Out in California. Keep on jammin’!!
  • Tune in to Video Jam Country and spend an hour enjoying the latest and greatest in country music with host Tracy Foley. Today’s show features: Southern Halo – Sunshine; Truxton Mile – California in My Mind; Robert Eskridge – Buck Wild & Whiskey Crazy; Nick Brennan – It’s a Good Time to Fall in Love; Chuck Mead – Big Bear in the Sky; Radio Romance – Like the Moon, Kalsey Kulyk – Bad Liar; Pamela McNeill – Dear Radio; Tiffany Woys – Sparks; Stephanie Quayle – If I Was a Cowboy; Bailey Hefley – Dust on a Diamond; Olivia Lane – So Good It Hurts; Jermie Albino – Hard Time; The Avett Brothers – High Steppin’, and more. Shout-out to all our country music fans!!
  • Static Fusion is an alternative performance art and musical variety program produced with the facilities of WCCA TV. The show is put together by the creative genius of Jim Racicot and Uncle Allen. Jim takes us to a variety of Worcester locations and events.
  • Senior Speak is a program by WCCA TV in collaboration with the Worcester Senior Center. Senior issues are discussed and a good time is had by all. Senior Speak is recorded at the Worcester Senior Center, located at 128 Providence St, on Tuesdays at 2 PM. Stop by and be a part of the show!


Worcester Community Cable Access is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation administering public access cable television for Worcester, Massachusetts. Our mission is:

  • To advance democratic ideals by ensuring the people have access to electronic media
  • To provide a platform for first amendment rights and for artistic and cultural expression
  • To promote co-operative relations with those who serve the public interest
  • To promote communication through community use of media

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