LOWER CAPE TV

COMMUNITY

Lower Cape TV is part and parcel of the community – from delivering content by, for, and about the Lower Cape to supporting a professional production studio and video gear for community use, Lower Cape TV brings us all a shared community voice.

Learn to create video, Check out video gear, Produce shows, Book studio time, Book editing time, Book video coaching time, Record a public service announcement (PSA), Submit a bulletin/listing, Suggest a news story

LEARN TO PRODUCE

LEARN TO

PRODUCE

Become a producer and produce your own show.
Do you have a vision, a story, or a passion? Create content to air on Ch 99 and/or Ch 22..

LEARN TO PRODUCE

    BORROW LCTV

EQUIPMENT

LEARN ABOUT EQUIPMENT

    TELL THE COMMUNITY

PSA

LCTV offers a large collection of equipment available to the community for use in producing programming. To check out gear, please sign up with RueShare.

LEARN ABOUT PSA DAY

    SCHEDULE YOUR SHOW

BOOK SPACE

LCTV offers a large collection of equipment available to the community for use in producing programming. To check out gear, please sign up with RueShare.

 BOOK THE STUDIO

    SUBMIT A BULLETIN

BULLETINS

LCTV offers a large collection of equipment available to the community for use in producing programming. To check out gear, please sign up with RueShare.

 SUBMIT A BULLETIN

    LCTV TEAM PLAYER

VOLUNTEER

Lower Cape TV is always looking for community volunteers to help serve our community and learn a thing, or two, in the process.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Lower Cape Community Access TV is a non-profit community based organization that manages channels 99 and 22 for the towns of Brewster, Eastham, Orleans, Truro, and Wellfleet.

 

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Copyright 2018 LCCAT. // website by Darren Wotherspoon

LCCAT / LCTV

100 Cable Road

Building B

Eastham, MA 02642

 

Phone: (508) 694-3500

Email:   info@lowercapetv.org