Welcome to Grafton Community Television
Studio Hours: Mon - Thurs 10AM-10PM & Fri 10AM-6PM - Closed 1PM-2PM
296 Providence Road, South Grafton, Massachusetts 01560
GCTV@GraftonTV.org - (508) 839-2983
Welcome to GraftonTV.org, the web home for Grafton Community Television, providing Public, Government and Education Access Television for Grafton, MA!
Grafton Community Television, Public Access, can be seen on Charter Communications Cable Channel 191 and on Verizon Cable Channel 34, Grafton Government Television, Government Access, can be seen on Charter Communications Cable Channel 192 and on Verizon Cable Channel 33, and Grafton Education Television, Education Access, can be seen on Charter Communications Cable Channel 194 and on Verizon Cable Channel 32. Please visit our Program Descriptions page to find out more about our Public Access programs, or visit our Program Schedules page to find out when a specific program is playing on any of the 3 Access Channels.
Click the links above to check out our Real-Time Live Streaming or Video On Demand for Grafton Community Television!
Grafton TV Open House Set For August 31st
Producers Class Set To Begin September 21st
Grafton Community Television and Charter Communications will host an open house and tour of the town’s cable public access TV facilities on Monday evening, August 31st from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. The open house also serves as an introduction to the Fall 2015 Television Production Course which begins on Monday, September 21st and runs for nine weeks. The open house and production course are held at the Grafton Community Television studios at 296 Providence Road in South Grafton. The GCTV television production course is available at no charge to Grafton residents, town employees and local business owners who are 18 years of age or older, regardless of whether or not they are cable television subscribers. The course is held on Monday evenings from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM. For more information on the GCTV television production course, please call 508-839-2983 or email GCTV@GraftonTV.org.
Grafton Community Television Set To Air 50th Episode of "Television Classics With Jim Gallagher"
Grafton Community Television celebrates two broadcasting milestones during August. GCTV personality Jim Gallagher marks his 35th year involved with cable television programs in Grafton as the station airs the 50th episode of "Television Classics With Jim Gallagher." Jim Gallagher first became involved with Grafton Community Television in September of 1980 and hosted the long running show "Grafton Update." In addition to his role on "Television Classics, Jim is also a regular on GCTV's "Ask The Geezers" show for the past four years. The 50th episode of "Television Classics" will be available on GCTV's Video On Demand, and broadcast times can be found on our Program Schedules page.
Grafton Community Television's "Ask The Geezers" On The Road For Show 199
Grafton Community Television's "Ask The Geezers" program heads out on the road for its 199th live episode. This special broadcast will take place at 8:00 PM on Thursday evening, July 2nd from the new conference room A at the Grafton Memorial Municipal Center.GCTV extends an invitation for you to attend this July 2nd live broadcast at the Municipal Center. The one hour program features Rick Schultze, Jim Gallagher and Bob DeToma and is directed by long time GCTV producer Bill Robidoux.Seating on a first come - first basis will be available beginning at 7:30 PM. The show always encourages phone call in participation at a special phone number for this broadcast - 774-551-5790. Ask The Geezers airs live at 8:00 PM every other Thursday evening on Charter Channel 191 / Verizon Channel 34 and is then rebroadcast on Fridays and Saturdays at 11:00 PM.
Expanded Programming On Grafton Community Television's Government Channel
Grafton Community Television continues to expand programming on its Government Channel - Charter Channel 192 / Verizon Channel 33. GCTV now has two rooms outfitted in the Grafton Municipal Center for broadcast quality programming - Studio A on the first floor and Studio F on the second floor. Studio A, the former Selectmen's meeting room, is the site of live broadcasts of Board of Selectmen meetings on the first and third Tuesdays of each month beginning at 7:00 PM. The Grafton Planning Board is broadcast live from Studio A on the 2nd and 4th Monday evenings of each month, also at 7:00 PM. School Committee meetings continue to be taped for rebroadcast from Studio F and from on-site locations throughout the community school system.GCTV staff members Bill Robidoux, Richard Schultze and Bob DeToma are assigned to staff videotaping of these meetings and also post produce the video for rebroadcast on cable television and on GCTV's Video on Demand system. For more information, please visit our Press Releases Page.
Grafton Community Television To Rebroadcast Grafton High School Graduation
Grafton Community Television staff members Bill Robidoux and Richard Schultze will be at the Hanover Theater in Worcester on Friday evening, June 5th to videotape the 2015 Grafton High School graduation ceremonies. The graduation will not be televised live but will be rebroadcast on the GCTV's Educational Channel - Charter Channel 194 / Verizon Channel 32. For rebroadcast times, please visit our Program Schedules page.
Annual Town Meeting To Be Rebroadcast On Grafton Community Television
Grafton Community Television will show a rebroadcast of the May 11th Annual Town Meeting. The Town Meeting, recorded by GCTV Public Access Assistants Bill Robidoux and Richard Schultze, will be broadcast on GCTV's Government access channel Charter Channel 192 / Verizon Channel 33 on the following schedule:Tuesdays at 2:00 PM, Wednesdays at 1:00 PM, Thursdays at 11:00 AM, Fridays at 2:00 PM, Saturdays at 6:00 PM and Sundays at 11:30 AM. The meeting will also be available on GCTV's Video on Demand
Grafton Community Television Programs Now Available On ROKU
Many of your favorite Grafton Community Television programs are now available for viewing on ROKU streaming devices. Any GCTV programming that is live streamed on the station's Video on Demand service can be seen on Roku. For information on how to find Grafton Community Television on your ROKU device, please visit our Press Releases Page.