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In our editorial efforts, Lower Cape TV and Lower Cape News strive to reflect core enduring editorial values:
QUALITY, FAIRNESS, ACCURACY, BALANCE.
We strive for a broad agenda reflecting the needs of all sectors of our community. We value community voice, community driven content, and community inclusiveness.
We look to report the under-reported story that matters for our local places., bringing the questions, the celebrations, the concerns and the discussions to an open and public place.
We look to bring the national local, not merely parroting news but placing it within the regional and local context and exploring what it means … here.
We’ll state facts as fact. We’ll call opinions opinions, and let people be the judge of them. We’ll strive to be accessible to everyone and to acknowledge that every community has many different truths.
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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