Here’s another Testimonial by Ron Madnick a community producer. Ron testifies to the value of WCCA TV 13 “THE PEOPLE’S CHANNEL” public access in Worcester.
Her testimony echos what we have documented at all of the community public hearings, cable franchise ascertainment hearings, cable committee meetings, and cable related community forums.
We hope the City Administration and the Council will listen and take this call to action to work to see WCCA’s community media needs are met. We understand Cynthia’s appeal, along with her sentiments, are shared by a great many.
All of us at WCCA TV, including our Board of Directors, Staff, members and participants look for your demonstrated support through the renewed cable license.
The license expired in January and we are waiting patiently for the renewal with improvements to ensure WCCA’s community media needs can be realistically met.
“Exposure with Mosher” Local Entrepreneurs has been posted on the WCCA website and is now available for ON-DEMAND viewing at Exposure With Mosher
WCCA TV, an institution for Media Democracy and Creative Innovation, is the place for Worcester to LEARN CREATE and CONNECT !
WCCA TV’s “Exposure With Mosher” spotlights early-stage entrepreneurs and work-ready jobseekers in need of exposure in today’s dynamic marketplace. Created by host Amy R. Mosher, Strategy and Innovation Leader at Workforce Central Career Center, and WCCA TV, these episodes interviews entrepreneurs and jobseekers. Amy’s guests are local entreneurs: Peter Friedland, Gerrie Cook, and Joe Ryan.
THE LOCAL NAACP PRESENTS A WONDERFUL SPECIAL PROGRAM:
“I Have a Dream: A Community Reading ”
Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther Kings Speech a cast made up of NAACP and Community members read the beautiful and moving words express by Dr. King.
The program took place behind Worcester’s City Hall on August 28th, 2013 and it includes some very interesting interviews as well.
“I HAVE A DREAM: A COMMUNITY READING” airs Thursday, Sept 5, at 10pm and Saturday, Sept 7 at 10am on WCCA TV cable channel 13 and also web-simulcast at WCCATV(dot)Com
BE INSPIRED WATCH WCCA TV 13 !
LEARN CREATE CONNECT WCCA TV 13
All of this in about five minutes at about 8 AM.
If you caught WCCA TV 13 via cable channel 13, in Worcester or via Internet at http://www.wccatv.com/ for “5 minutes” you would have learned about:
The Bridge of Central Mass; Advocate, INC; St John’s Food Pantry; DCR Universal Access at UMASS; Mechanics Hall; The Jake Gregg Fund; Healing Ministry; Clark University; the Worcester Senior Center; HSUS Dog Fighting Tip line; Worcester Public Library; WCAC; Parents Helping Parents; Worcester’s BAND EDGE TV show for local musicians and bands, and so much more.
WCCA TV 13 THIS IS PUBLIC ACCESS TV, Worcester’s Institution for Media Democracy and Creative Innovation.
Please support WCCA TV public access for Worcester. To make a donation send a check payable to WCCA TV , 415 Main Street, Worcester, MA 01608 or via credit card at 508-755-1880
The Diversity of programming on Worcester’s Public Access Channel is amazing !
What’s on WCCA TV 13? Plenty of great local programming created or presented to us by your friends and neighbors. Alcanzado Vidas is a religious show that targets the Spanish community of Worcester. Evangelist Luis Velazquez preaches the word of God to people destroyed by illness, drug addiction, and divorce.
Tune in weekly on WCCA TV Ch. 13 and online at wccatv.com.
Ben Allotey, longtime member of WCCA TV and producer of Youth Session, is back on the channel with “Ben: Behind the Scenes” . Check out Ben and his guests on line at wccatv.com, on video on -demand, or watch it weekly on WCCA TV 13.
The program “High School : A Survivor’s Guide” takes a look at a number of issues that high school students face such as bullying, prescription drug misuse, eating disorders, teenage depression, gay bashing and more. Be sure to tune into “High School : A Survivor’s Guide” on WCCA TV channel 13 and as it streams live on line at wccatv.com.
What was true then is still true today
Thanks for supporting WCCA TV 13, a community anchor institution for media democracy and creative innovation over the decades since 1986.