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 11 and on Verizon Cable Channel 34, Grafton Government Television, Government Access, can be seen on Charter Communications Cable Channel 12 and on Verizon Cable Channel 33, and Grafton Education Television, Education Access, can be seen on Charter Communications Cable Channel 13 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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Board of Health, Conservation Commission Meetings Now Shown On Grafton Community Television
Grafton Community Television's Government Channel (Charter Channel 12 / Verizon Channel 33) has begun
showing taped broadcasts of the Town's Board of Health and Conservation Commission meetings. For broadcast times, check out our Program Schedules Page
"Grafton Minute By Minute" Begins Second Year of Broadcasts
August edition of "Grafton Minute By Minute"
begins the second season for this monthly half hour program showcasing
events held throughout the community.
The show is hosted by GCTV Lead Access Assistant Bob DeToma and features video footage by Access Assistants Rick Schultze and Bill Robidoux.According to host Bob DeToma, "All of us involved with Grafton Minute by Minute have enjoyed working on this project. We're happy to cover as many different events as time permits, and we enjoy being greeted warmly by the towns citizens. For show times, check out our Program Schedules Page.
Grafton Community Television Welcomes New Video Producers
Grafton Community Television's spring production course saw the successful graduation of nine new certified producers for Grafton's cable access station. Students worked on completing a final, edited project that they shot individually and edited for presentation at the Monday, June 2nd graduation ceremony. The graduates are: Dennis Perron, Edward Cornell, James Cadman Kenneth Grew, Kellie Nash and Apprentice/Junior Access Producers; James Cherry, Sami Sandakly, Kevin Brown, and Christopher Cadman
Grafton Community Television To Rebroadcast Grafton High School Graduation
Grafton Community Television staff were at the DCU Center in Worcester on Thursday evening, June 5th for the 2014 Grafton High School graduation ceremonies. The graduation will be rebroadcast on the GCTV's Educational Channel - Charter Channel 13 / Verizon Channel 32 throughout the month of June. For specific show times on Grafton Education Television. Please visit our Program Schedules Page.
Town's Memorial Day Program On Grafton Community Television
"Memorial Day 2014" is set to air on Grafton Community Television during the week of June 2nd to June 8th. GCTV Producer Bob Detoma
captured video from the traditional cemetery ceremonies and from along the parade routes on Memorial Day morning in Grafton. A fifteen minute presentation highlighting
the day's activities will be broadcast on Charter Communications Channel 11 and Verizon Cable Channel 34. For broadcast times, please visit our Program Schedules Page.
Selectmen Candidates Interviewed on Grafton Community Television
The five candidates for the Grafton Board of Selectmen got together on April 29th at the Grafton Community Television studios for "A Conversation With The Candidates," a one hour program set to be broadcast on Charter Communications Channel 11 and Verizon Cable Channel 33 beginning May 5th. For broadcast times, please visit our Program Schedules Page.
Grafton Minute By Minute Features Interview With Jay Cummings
The March edition of "Grafton Minute By Minute" features an interview with Grafton Superintendent of Schools Dr. Jay Cummings. The March episode also includes segments on the GCTV Video Production Course starting on March 24th, the Grafton Breast Cancer Awareness Program using pink colored recycling bins,
and an interview with Pam Jones of the Grafton Historical Society about their organization's March 15th Sock Hop. For broadcast times of Grafton Minute By Minute, check out our Program Schedules page.
Grafton TV Open House Set For March 10th-Producers Class Set To Begin March 24th
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, March 10th from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. The open house also serves as an introduction to the Spring 2014 Television Production Course which runs from Monday, March 24th to Monday, May 12th. 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 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM. Completion of the class certifies you as a GCTV producer with authorization to produce your own television shows on Grafton Community Television. For additional information on the March 10th Open House and the television production course, please call (508) 839-2983 or email at GCTV@GraftonTV.org
One Grafton Common Townhouse Forum to Rebroadcast on GGTV
Grafton Community Television Staff were on hand to capture the One Grafton Common Townhouse Public Forum on Saturday, February 1st, 2014 at Grafton High School. The forum will rebroacast on Grafton Government Television beginning on Tuesday, February 4th at 2:00pm. The public forum is also available to view on Grafton Community Television's Video On Demand and You Tube Channel. For additional broadcast times for Grafton Government Television, please visit out Program Schedules page.
Grafton Public Library's "Storytellers" Debuts On Grafton Community Television
GRAFTON: "Storytellers," a new Grafton Community Television program produced in cooperation with the Grafton Public Library, debuts on
Monday, December 16th on Charter Channel 11 / Verizon Channel 34. The half hour program showcases members of the Grafton Library staff
reading stories from books available in the Grafton Library. For broadcast times, check out our Program Schedules Page.
A Tribute To Captain Steve Roney Airs On Grafton Community Television
A Tribute To Captain Steve Roney will air on Grafton Community Television Charter Channel 11 / Verizon Channel 34 beginning the week of Monday, November 18th. The program honors Fire Captain Roney's forty four years of service to the Town of Grafton as celebrated at a testimonial held on Saturday, November 9th at Highfields Country Club. The program was filmed and produced by Bob DeToma, Lead Access Assistant for Grafton Community Television. For show times, check out our Program Schedules Page.
Regional Health Services Meeting Rebroadcast On Grafton Community Television
The Central Massachusetts Regional Health Alliance and how Grafton may become involved in this health services collaborative were discussed at a meeting held at the Grafton Police Department training room on Thursday evening, October 3rd. The information meeting, hosted by Grafton Town Administrator Tim McInerney, was taped by Grafton Community Television and will be rebroadcast on Charter Channel 12 / Verizon Channel 33 during the month of October. For a list of broadcast times, you can check out our Program Schedules Page.
More New Programs in September on Grafton Community Television
Grafton Community Television debuts six additional public access programs during the month of September on Charter Channel 11 / Verizon Channel 34. One of which is a brand new look at vintage television programming entitled "TV Classics with Jim Gallagher". The broadcast schedule for TV Classics and others can be found at the Grafton Community Television website www.GraftonTV.org at the "program schedule" link and on the GCTV Facebook page.
Grafton Community Television Debuts Grafton Minute By Minute
GRAFTON: A new program featuring current events in Grafton debuts Monday, August 5th on Grafton Community Television.
Grafton Minute By Minute is a monthly half hour program showcasing video of events held throughout the community. The show is hosted by GCTV Lead Access Assistant Bob DeToma and features video footage by Access Assistants Rick Schultze and Bill Robidoux. The program airs on Grafton Community Television's public access channel - Charter Communications Channel 11 and Verizon Cable Channel 33. For more information on Grafton Minute By Minute, visit our Press Releases page.
Grafton Community Television Introduces Expanded Video on Demand Services
Grafton Community Television announces a major upgrade to the way it delivers video on demand services. The GCTV website www.GraftonTV.org now links to a TelVue CloudCast system loaded with more than 215 video offerings that have aired on Grafton's three public access, government access and educational access television channels. Video on demand programs include Grafton Selectmen meetings, School Committee and Planning Board Meetings, High School graduations, Concerts on the Common, Superbowl and Thanksgiving day football games, and many other offerings!