TCAM TV supports the great work of the Taunton Animal Shelter. To see how you can help, please click here.
The Berkley-Dighton Bridge will be closed on the following dates next week:
Tuesday, May 26th, 2015 9am to 2pm
Wednesday, May 27th, 2015 9am to 2pm
Thursday, May 28th, 2015 9am to 2pm
*VENT! with Bob Jacobs rebroadcasts on Saturday, May 23rd at 7pm and can be seen on the home page of this website.
Tune in to TCAM TV for The Skating Club of Southern New England’s 30th Annual Spring Show: Totally 80’s!
Saturday, May 23rd at 9pm
Sunday, May 24th at 10:30 am & 9pm
Monday, May 25th at 7pm
Tuesday, May 26th at 8pm
Thursday, May 28th at 10am
The brand new Hon. Charlie Crowley Liberty and Union Sound Stage
at TCAM TV.
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Taunton Community Access & Media, Incorporated is a not for profit cable access television studio. We are located at 120 Ingell Street, Suite B, in Taunton, Massachusetts.
T.C.A.M. is recognized by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as a 501-(C) 3 non profit entity. Our operating budget is made possible through an agreement between the City of Taunton and Comcast and Verizon cable, providing us with 2% of their net cable revenues.
This corporation is overseen by a five member Board of Directors, which is responsible for setting studio policy, and for the overall finances of T.C.A.M.
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Taunton Community Access & Media, Incorporated was organized in July of 2006, as a result of an agreement between the City of Taunton and Comcast. It was determined that Comcast would no longer provide an Access Studio to the community, but would instead create a funding mechanism; (a “pass through” of 2% of their net revenue) to help support the operations of T.C.A.M.
The same agreement was made between Verizon and the City of Taunton when Verizon began offering cable television to Taunton residents.
Taunton Community Access & Media, Incorporated is dedicated to providing our studio and equipment to any citizen or not for profit group from Taunton who wishes to produce local access programming on a “first come- first served” basis. We operate our studio and provide this service at no charge to the people or organizations who wish to become involved in public access television.
In order to allow everyone an equal opportunity to become involved with T.C.A.M., we have no members, thus we charge no membership dues. Instead, we actively seek volunteers to produce programming or to assist in the production aspect of Public Access Television.
Our goal is to continue to expand our programming to provide the viewers of our channel with entertaining, diverse, and informative programs.