Fitchburg Access Community Television Station is Fitchburg's Public, Educational, and Government TV resource for local politics, community issues and events, local sports, and schools!
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Fitchburg Community Access Television (FACTv) is a Public, Education, and Government (PEG) access television center offering community members the tools and training to produce their own programs for airing on local cable access television in the city of Fitchburg. The FACTv mission is to stimulate community dialog, enhance understanding of government and the diverse people of our communities, and to encourage civic participation. We actively seek to include all segments of the community in the production, promotion, and presentation of programming. We support the First Amendment of the United States Constitution, without restrictions, bias, or prejudice. FACTv provides access to training, video equipment, and channel time to individuals and organizations in Fitchburg and other area communities, on a first-come, first-served, non-discriminatory basis.
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About Public Access Television:
Public access television is a form of mass media where ordinary people can create content which is broadcast or cablecast through cable systems. It is a rare First Amendment public forum, where, in theory, no entity can exercise editorial control. Public Access TV was created in the United States between 1969 and 1971 by the Federal Communications Commission.
Public Access Television is often grouped with locally originated Education and Government channels, by the acronym PEG (Public, Education, and Government). PEG channels are typically only available on cable television systems.
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