Watertown Community Access Corp
Watertown Cable Access Corporation
50 Columbia Street
Watertown, MA 02472
tel: 617.923.8610 | fax: 617.923.8612
WCA-TV Open Hours:
Monday - Thursday
11:00 am - 8:00 pm
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
What is Watertown Community Access?
Besides providing a TV channel for Watertown residents, The Watertown Community Access Corp serves the community through coverage of community events, meetings, political forums and the production of series programs. WCA-TV also offers classes in basic and advanced television production. Whether you are looking for quality local programming, coverage of government meetings, a list of upcoming events in town, or training to make your own television program, WCA-TV is here to serve you. Our programming is produced entirely by Watertown residents and volunteers for Watertown residents!
WHS Partners with WCA-TV
Watertown High School is proud to partner with Watertown Community Access to serve the needs of our students. WHS currently offers three different courses over four academic periods housed within the WCA-TV facility. All of the programming produced in these Digital Media & Communications classes will be proudly aired on WCAC's Education Channel (Comcast 8 / RCN 15), streamed live and available on demand on the WCA-TV website (http://www.wcatv.org) This shared partnership hopes to build the communicators of tomorrow understanding the awesome responsibility Digital Media & Communications presents everyone in our society on a daily basis.
WHS on WCA-TV Programming Guide
Comcast Channel 8 / RCN Channel 15
Sundays - 5:00PM
Tuesdays - 11:00AM
Thursdays - 6:30PM
Saturdays - 2:30PM
Mondays - 8:30PM
Wednesdays - 5:00PM
Fridays - 8:00PM
Saturdays - 2:00PM
"How to Survive"
Sundays - 2:30PM
Tuesdays - 5:00PM
Thursdays - 6:00PM
Saturdays - 9:30PM
"Raider News" continues as our flagship news magazine show now styled after "60-Minutes" or HBO's "RealSports." Our student reporters will conduct interviews and create packages that highlight all the fantastic goings-on here at WHS.
The two new series that will launch as part of this curriculum, were both conceived and developed by our students, from the ground up.
"Ask A..." is a panel-based talk show styled after "The View" or "The Talk." Our student panel will debate and discuss issues and situations facing them here at WHS and throughout their lives. They will also pose questions to special guests (students, faculty, or support staff) who will join the panel to provide insight from different perspectives.
"How to Survive" is also a panel-based round table talk show series. Each episode will be dedicated to acting as a stand alone "Survival Guide" to various facets of the high school experience. The student panel will offer tips and tricks to matriculating members of the different class years through the lens of their experiences from Freshman through Senior year. They too will pose questions to special guests (students, faculty, or support staff) who will join the panel to provide insight to key aspects of each year in a high school career.
Watch. Learn. Create.
Mr. Robbins, Digital Media & Communications, Watertown High School, 50 Columbia Street, Watertown, MA 02472