public-access television

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pub′lic-ac`cess tel′evision

1. a noncommercial system of broadcasting on television channels made available to independent or community groups.
2. one or more channels on cable television that by law are reserved for noncommercial broadcasting by members of the public.
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The incumbents have the edge, though, which is why, if they agree to anything, they'll still try to set things to their liking: someplace quiet and out of the way, on a Friday night in football season, staged by a local cable access channel, while the state's voters are busy with other things.
This informative event will be televised live and recorded for rebroadcast prior to the town election on the Auburn cable access channel. For more information, email
Chester residents can look forward to more student-community involvement through the cable access channel. Soon, the school will begin producing videos and commercials for local businesses.
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Easy practice may be found in the form of a cable access channel that few people watch.
The seven-minute video, titled "We'll Be There," first aired last summer and is being re-run on Cable Access Channel 21 through the end of the month.
For Race Equality Week, the city plans to hold a luncheon for its Human Relations and "No Room For Racism" committees and televise their efforts on the city cable access channel.
The city of Phoenix sent its own television crew to tape the forum for broadcast on its cable access channel, starting Labor Day weekend.
City meetings were routinely televised on the local cable access channel, but while many residents watched the sessions (approximately 70 percent of Fitchburg households receive cable television), very few attended to voice their opinions.
* Real-time transport of video between the school's broadcast journalism news studio and a cable access channel Support for the popular broadcast journalism program is one of the reasons Workman High School was chosen as the first campus to be on the network.