Public-access television is traditionally a form of non-commercial mass media where the general public can create content television programming which is narrowcast through cable TV ..... At its birth, the state of the art PEG facilities were composed of racks full of analog videotape decks and an automated video switching ...


This is a list of American public-access television programs. Contents. 1 List; 2 References .... "cable access show 'Concrete TV' is 20 years old, celebrating with screening tonight in NYC". BrooklynVegan. ... 14, 2008). "Must-See TV; Two local , independent arts programs are reinventing prime-time television in New Orleans".


local communities control cable television and public access channels. Finally, .... state-of-the-art systems have the capacity to offer well over 100 channels.' 9.


In fact, if you're a cable subscriber, you're probably paying for the shows that air on public access TV. The fee that shows up on your cable bill depends on the ...


New York University, Tisch School of the Arts ... Public access TV, also called cable access, community access, community ... a local cable channel, so members of the public can produce their own shows and televise them to a mass audience.


Cooking Shows, Gardening, Arts & Crafts, Travel, and Home Improvement. ... Telecommunications Association (NETA) and Public Broadcasting Service (PBS).


Later that year, the Artists' Television Network (ATN) was incorporated. ... the distribution of contemporary arts programming to a broad-based television viewing audience. ... Un-TV: Public access cable television in Manhattan — an oral history.


Apr 13, 1987 ... According to Manhattan Cable TV's spokesman, Stacy Kimball, her company carries 150 hours of public-access programs a week, compared ...


Access to state-of-the-art media facilities. Distribution on Comcast, Verizon FiOS and RCN cable channels that also stream online. ... DCTV programs are also streamed live, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, accessed through DCTV.org. Since our launch in ... "Public access is important because it reflects the local community.