FCTV Exclusive: Neighborhood Falmouth

Neighborhood Falmouth Inc. is a community-based membership organization that provides information and services to help members live independently, safely, and comfortably in their own homes for as long as possible. We talked to the new incoming executive director, John McDonagh, to learn more visit NeighborhoodFalmouth.org

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

FCTV Exclusive: Friends of Falmouth Dogs

Friends of Falmouth Dogs has been successfully placing stray and surrendered dogs with happy homes and owners for over 30 years. That’s 210 in dog years and a lot of wagging puppy tails. President of the Board Anna dos Santos explains how this dynamic organization’s mission has expanded beyond the confines of Falmouth and beyond just pet adoption.

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

Falmouth in Focus January 21, 2022

In this episode of Falmouth in Focus, we’ll meet Neighborhood Falmouth’s new incoming Executive Director, find out about a way to help pay your energy bills this winter, learn about a unique program in the schools that has become an annual tradition, and celebrate an international festival of lights at a local gallery, All this and much more on this episode of Falmouth in Focus.

Tuesday, January 25, 2022

FCTV to Close for the Month of January

Due the recent rapid increase in COVID-19 cases in our community, Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) will be temporarily closing the community media center to the public through the month of January, 2022. This decision was made to protect the safety of our members, visitors, and staff.

FCTV staff will be working through the closure and available via email or telephone during our regular hours.

A Message from Barbara Kanellopoulos, President of FCTV's Board of Directors

Dear Friends,

The things that are close to us and most familiar are often the things we take for granted. I once felt that way about FCTV. After many years of producing public programs and witnessing FCTV’s evolution from small TV station to full-service media center, I came to see it as a solid, permanent part of the landscape, like Town Hall and the library.

My complacent viewpoint shifted a few months ago.