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HELP US KEEP YOU EMPOWERED it’s Easy, Fun, and Feels Good

Not many realize how systemically the effectiveness WCCA TV has in our community, in our city.
Everyday at this Community Anchor Institution you can find Interns and Volunteers creating.
Creating Video, TV productions, building sets, recording audio, writing news stories, editing, experimenting with lighting, interviewing, learning important career and social skills, and experiencing the joy of team work.

BUT THAT IS NOT ALL.

WCCA is a community center a hub in downtown Worcester serving as a vital outreach resource for hundreds of non-profits, a diversity of individuals, businesses, artist, event promoters, community journalist, crafts-persons, all sorts of advocates, educators, media and video buffs, and more.

All contributing to a free flow of news, views and opinions, fresh ideas, and information. NO OTHER TV channel reflects the interest of the people of Worcester as WCCA TV 13. NO OTHER TV channel empowers the people of Worcester like WCCA TV 13

Volunteers are not just experiencing what I mentioned above. They are building local and social bridges, helping others outreach, while they themselves LEARN CREATE and CONNECT. That is what WCCA TV public access is about.

It’s easy to protect YOUR ABILITY TO ACCESS WCCA TV 13’s year around Educational workshops, youth media programs, community productions, and PUBLIC ELECTRONIC FORUM on a NON_DISCRIMINATORY basis . Please express your support for WCCA TV to our city Councilors, and City Manager. Urge them to ensure this vital Community Anchor Institution for democratic media and creative innovation will continue to serve and empower our people for the next ten years and beyond. WCCA TV 13 is YOUR STATION. TV BY, FOR, and OF, the PEOPLE.

Write to: City Manager Michael O’Brien City Hall, 455 Main Street, Worcester MA. Email Mayor Petty at PettyJM@worcesterma.gov
or you are welcomed to write to us. Email: mauro [ @ ] wccatv [ . ] com

Help us keep YOU empowered !

Liberty Media Corp is close to buying a 25% stake in US cableco Charter Communications for around USD2.5 billion


Liberty Media Corp is close to buying a 25% stake in US cableco Charter Communications for around USD2.5 billion, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing unnamed sources familiar with the situation. Liberty Media founder John Malone, who is nicknamed ‘the king of cable’ by the US media, controlled Tele-Communications Inc (TCI), which he grew into the largest cable operator in the United States. After a failed merger attempt with Bell Atlantic in 1994, TCI was purchased by AT&T Inc in 1999, and the cable television assets were later acquired by both Charter and the Comcast Corporation.