Latest News At FCTV

The Latest News At FCTV

Spring PSA Day to be Held April 26th

On April 26th, FCTV will open its doors to nonprofit organizations and government departments for a day dedicated to the production of Public Service Announcements. Participants should come prepared with a well-rehearsed, short script to deliver in front of a green screen in FCTV’s state-of-the-art studio located at 310A Dillingham Avenue.

FCTV's GoPros have arrived!

FCTV's four new GoPros have arrived!

Super compact, lightweight and equipped with a waterproof case, the possibilities of what you can shoot with these cameras are endless. Call us today to schedule your one-on-one, hour-long training to get authorized to check these out for use in your next production.

FCTV's 2014 Summer Internship Opportunity.

FCTV has 3 Internship positions open for Summer 2014! If you, or someone you know, wants a career in Television, FCTV's Summer Internships are an excellent opportunity to learn new skills, build valuable relationships with people in the industry and develop a resume reel of video projects. Applications are due MAY 1st, 2014. Interviews will take place in the first two weeks of May and up to 3 applicants will be selected for Summer Internships.  

Alliance for Community Media Hires Mike Wassenaar as New Public Policy Advocate

Minneapolis (March 31, 2014) – Mike Wassenaar of Silver Spring, Maryland has been chosen as the Public Policy Advocate for the Alliance for Community Media (ACM). Wassenaar has a long history of industry experience including work as the Senior Development Director at Free Press in Washington D.C., as the Executive Director at St. Paul Neighborhood Network in St. Paul, Minnesota, and as the Program and News Director at KFAI Fresh Air Community Radio, in Minneapolis, Minnesota as well as being the MN News and Public Affairs Director at WORT Radio in Madison, Wisconsin. 

Support FCTV at AmazonSmile!

Supporting FCTV is now easier than ever. Next time you buy from Amazon visit first, select Falmouth Community Television as your charitable organization of choice and make your purchases as usual. Amazon will then donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible purchases to FCTV and you get the same products, same prices and the same service (including Amazon Prime). It's as easy as that!


Promote Your Business and Support the Community by Becoming a Town Meeting Underwriter

Town Meeting is quickly approaching! If your goal is to increase your business’s visibility in Falmouth, participating in Falmouth Community Television’s Underwriting Program is one of the most effective strategies available. There are over 16,000 cable-subscribing households in Falmouth and many of them tune in to FCTV’s most-watched cablecast: Town Meeting Live. Add the fact that FCTV’s coverage of Town Meeting is streamed live and available for on-demand viewing at, and you can rest assured that your message will reach FCTV’s many viewers who care about Falmouth, including winter-weary snowbirds and those traveling.

In exchange for your tax-deductible donation to FCTV’s Underwriting Program, FCTV staff members will produce a professional video or logo spot highlighting your business and showcasing you as an integral community member and supporter of transparency in government. 

This April, as Town Meeting members debate the Town and public school budgets, funding and support for the construction of a new sports complex and turf field at Falmouth High School, the new Senior Center feasibility study and funding the design and construction of a water treatment facility, as well as many other articles, FCTV’s live coverage will provide a front row seat to all the action.

Public Channel 13 Now Broadcasting the Audible Local Ledger

Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) recently began cablecasting the Audible Local Ledger’s readings of the Falmouth Enterprise and the Cape Cod Times on Public Channel 13. With this action, FCTV aims to support the Audible Local Ledger’s mission of bringing localized readings of news and items of interest to the listening public so that, anyone with a visual impairment or physical disability that makes reading difficult, are empowered to live their lives with the greatest possible personal independence.