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Complimentary Taunton Candidates’ Forum tickets!
If you are interested in attending the Taunton TMLP & School Committee Forum or the City Council Forum at TCAM TV, get your free tickets by calling 508-824-2207 or 774-501-1756 beginning at 10am
on Tuesday, September 26th.
Both events, which are co-sponsored by TCAM TV & the Taunton Daily Gazette, will be hosted by Bob Jacobs, host of “Jacobs Live” with panelists Rebecca Hyman, editor, Taunton Daily Gazette and Bob Folcik, host of “Anything Goes”, WVBF radio.
The TMLP & School Committee Forum will be held on:
Thursday, October 5th from 6:30pm-9:30pm
Guests they must arrive between 6pm & 6:30pm
(Doors close at 6:30pm for live telecast).
The City Council Forum will be held on:
Thursday, October 12th also from 6:30pm-9:30pm
Again, guests must arrive between 6pm & 6:30pm
(Doors close at 6:30pm for live telecast).
Call on Tuesday, September 26th at 10am to receive your tickets!
Two tickets per phone call. Please do not leave any messages on the machine and do not contact us via email. Phone calls only.
We look forward to your participation in these important civic events!
Looking for something new to watch this fall? Go to the
“SEPTEMBER SPECIALS” page of this website, to see when our monthly specials will be on the air.
For air times of all of our weekly TV shows, go to our
“TV GUIDE” page.
“Jacobs Live” with host, Bob Jacobs is BACK on TCAM TV!
Watch brand new episodes, every Monday night at 7pm,
during Taunton’s Election Season!!
Join in the conversation by calling Bob at 774-501-1756 or
emailing him at email@example.com
between 7pm and 8pm.
In addition to watching the show on TCAM TV, you may also view it via Live Streaming on our website, www.tcamtv.com. TCAM TV is channel 15 on Comcast and channel 22 on Verizon.
They’re back! Taunton PD’s Finest and TV show hosts Steve Crowninshield and Mike Bonenfant return to
TCAM TV with a brand new episodes of Roll Call!
The very popular TV show, which discusses issues and police reports pertaining to the city of Taunton (with a dose of humor thrown in) aired on the channel from 2004-2013. The new, abbreviated version, will air on TCAM, with new episodes, every Monday at 9pm and
again on Thursdays at 9:30pm and Saturdays at 8am.
Be sure to watch!
The Hon. Charlie Crowley Liberty and Union Sound Stage at TCAM TV.
TCAM TV Featured Videos of the Month
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.
Where to Watch Us
Taunton Community Access & Media, Incorporated is Taunton’s Public Access Provider. Our programming can be seen on Comcast Channel 15, and on Verizon Channel 22 in Taunton. You can also watch us on our Vimeo Page, where we archive many of our old shows and regularly add shows that we produce at our studio.
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.