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.
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State Consumer Affairs Official Interviewed On Grafton Community Television
Greg White, Chief of Staff and Legal Counsel of the State's Office of Consumer Affairs and Business Regulation visited the studios of Grafton Community Television on Friday, July 15th. He sat down with GCTV's Bob DeToma for a wide ranging interview about identity theft, homeowner scams and senior citizen scams and the ways that the Consumer Affairs office is helping to keep Massachusetts citizens safe.
Grafton Common Concerts To Air On Grafton Community Television
Grafton Community Television will have its cameras at the Grafton Common over the next seven Wednesday evenings filming the 2016 series of Concerts on the Common. The concerts, produced by GCTV access assistant Bill Robidoux, will be shown on Charter Channel 191 / Verizon Channel 34 on the following schedule: Monday at 2:00 PM; Wednesday at 2:00 PM and 9:30 PM; Thursday at 9:00 PM; Saturday at 6:30 PM and Sunday at 9:00 PM. Bands scheduled for the 2016 Concert series include July 13th - The Brass Connection, July 20th - Gopherbroke, July 27th Beatles For SaleAugust 3rd - Macey and Hart, August 10th - The Buzztones Rhythm Review, August 17th - Big Chief, and August 24th Claflin Hill Symphony Summer Winds.
Lion's Club Concert Set For Rebroadcast on Grafton Community Television
The 36th Grafton Lions Club Concert on the Common will be rebroadcast on Grafton Community Television - Charter Channel 191 / Verizon Channel 34.This year's concert, held on Sunday evening, July 3rd featured the Navy Band Northeast from Newport, Rhode Island. One of eleven official US Navy bands performing worldwide, it provides musical support for military ceremonies, recruiting, and community relations. This group of 35 professional Navy musicians supports more than 300 engagements annually throughout an 11-state area.The concert, 75 minutes in length, was taped by GCTV's Bob DeToma and will be shown on Charter Channel 191 / Verizon Channel 34 at the following times: Monday at 2:00 PM; Wednesday at 2:00 PM and 9:30 PM; Thursday at 9:00 PM; Saturday at 6:30 PM and Sunday at 9:00 PM.
Grafton Community Television's Government Channel Expands Programming
Grafton Community Television continues to expand programming on its Government Channel - Charter Channel 192 / Verizon Channel 33. The most recent addition are meetings of the town's Charter Review Committee. Grafton is governed by a Home Rule Charter and under its provisions: "At least once in every ten years, in each year ending in a six, a special committee shall be appointed by the town moderator for the purpose of reviewing this charter and to make a report, with recommendations, to the town meeting concerning any proposed amendments which said committee may determine to be necessary or desirable."The members of the Charter Review Committee, appointed by Town Moderator Ray Mead, are Richard McCarthy, Don Clark, Bob DeToma, Tim Mcinerney, Darryl Rynning, Mark Haddad, and Dennis Perron.
Mill Villages Flag Day Concert To Be Shown On Grafton Community Television
Grafton Community Television continues to showcase events at the Mill Villages Park. A rebroadcast of the June 14th Flag Day Concert will be shown on Charter Channel 191 / Verizon Channel 34 during the week starting Sunday, June 19th.The concert features a performance by the Blackstone Valley Concert Band from the Pavilion at South Grafton's Mill Villages Park with Dr. Stephen Reilly serving as the band director and concert narrator. The concert, filmed by GCTV access assistant Bill Robidoux, includes the Town's Flag Day exercises and runs for one hour 40 minutes. It will be shown on the following schedule: Monday at 2:00 PM; Wednesday at 2:00 PM and 9:30 PM; Thursday at 9:00 PM; Saturday at 6:30 PM and Sunday at 9:00 PM.
Grafton Community Television's "Ask The Geezers" Live June 16th At Mill VIllages Park
Grafton Community Television's "Ask The Geezers" program heads out on the road to South Grafton's Mill Villages Park on Thursday, June 16th.Special guests will include State Representative David Muradian, Grafton Conservation Agent Maria Mast, and Grafton Recreation Director Jen Andersen. GCTV and Charter Communications have teamed up to make this live broadcast possible using the facilities of Charter's mobile access van. GCTV extends an invitation to attend this outdoor live broadcast from 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Mill Villages Park is located on Main Street, Route 122A in South Grafton, between the Blackstone River and Blackstone Canal.
Grafton Community Television To Rebroadcast Grafton High School Graduation
Grafton Community Television's Bill Robidoux will be at the Hanover Theater in Worcester on Friday evening, June 3rd to videotape the 2016 Grafton High School graduation ceremonies. The graduation will not be televised live but will be rebroadcast on the GCTV's Educational Channel - Charter Channel 13 / Verizon Channel 32 - everyday beginning on Wednesday, June 8th. Check the program schedule at http://graftontv.org/current/ProgramSchedules/GCTVProgramSchedules-3.html for specific broadcast times.
"Grafton Works" Series Highlights Local Business Owners
"Grafton Works" is a new series highlighting local Grafton business owners. These are short (4 to 9 minute) video segments that feature Grafton Community Television's Bob DeToma visiting business locations in Grafton. The ongoing video series is done in cooperation with Town Administrator Tim McInerney and showcases the Town's economic development efforts."Grafton Works" can be viewed on the Grafton Community Television's YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/GraftonCommunityTV and on GCTV's Video On Demand Service at GCTV's web site under the heading "Grafton Works."
Annual Town Meeting To Be Rebroadcast On Grafton Community Television
Grafton Community Television will air a rebroadcast of the May 9th 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. The program will also be available for viewing on GCTV's Video On Demand.
Grafton Community Television's Studio Location Not Affected By Charter Business Office Move
Grafton residents are advised that when the Charter Communications business office moves to its new location at Perkins Farm Marketplace in Worcester during the Week of February 21st, Grafton Community Television's studio and office will continue to be located at 296 Providence Road in South Grafton. (the former Finn's Pharmacy building). Bob DeToma, Chairman of Grafton's Cable Television Oversight Committee, noted, "Grafton Community Television's cable access operation and staff continue to provide services at the same familiar location we've been at for the past 25 years. Charter Communications move to their new Worcester location will have absolutely no effect on the local programming and public access services brought to you on our three channels."
Grafton Community Television Interviews George Peterson
After his first half year in this new position as Massachusetts Commissioner of Fish and Wildlife, George Peterson recently visited the studio for an interview with GCTV's Richard Schultze. "An Interview With George Peterson" can be seen on GCTV's Video on Demand Service and on Grafton Government Television. For broadast times, you can visit our Program Schedules page.
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.