Best Seat in the House!

To help offset the costs associated with covering Town Meeting, FCTV will hold a “Best Seat in the House” raffle that will allow Town Meeting Members the chance to win a seat makeover.

Town Meeting members may purchase tickets themselves or others may purchase tickets for their favorite Town Meeting Member.

FCTV will outfit the winner’s chair with the “Best Seat in the House” including cushions, a cupholder, snacks and an invitation to join FCTV for a light dinner during the scheduled break.

The winner will be called before the start of Town Meeting.

Buy Steak (and other meals) and Help FCTV!

For a limited time, Falmouth Community Television is partnering with Omaha Steaks to raise funding to support our acquisition of our new 2015 Dodge ProMaster Production Van while offering our supporters and their families delicious gourmet and everyday selections at substantial discounts. Throughout this campaign, Omaha Steaks will forward 10% of the sales proceeds to support Falmouth Community Television.

This Month at the Maser, March 2015 - Falmouth Schoolkids

"ART AGLOW" - Artwork by Falmouth Public School Students Kindergarten through Grade 6 will be on display at the Maser Gallery at Falmouth Community Television from March 1 through April 2, 2015. Falmouth Public Schools is proud to showcase the artwork of students in Kindergarten through Grade 6, spanning all four elementary schools and Morse Pond School.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Bad Little Snowmen

The FCTV Youth Producers Club just completed their first animation project of 2015, using the FCTV animation suite and its powerful DragonFrame software. Anthony Fusaro, Alex LaRuffa, and Dante Colpus created their own models out of clay and using the stop-motion animation techniques they learned, created this short video involving a boat, some naughty snowmen and an evil dragon.

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

FCTV Exclusive: Good Neighbor Energy Fund

We sat down with Rhiannon D'Angelo the Senior Media Specialist with Eversource Energy to discuss the Good Neighbor Energy Fund.  They are in their 30th year of Operation and have helped over 80,000 families in Massachusetts with Winter heating costs.  The Fund is a partnership between Massachusetts Energy Companies and the Salvation Army who administer the fund to families in need.

Monday, February 23, 2015

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