public-access television

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Related to Cable access television: Public Access Television, Cable access channel

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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Paul spent many years in the local cable access television industry.
* An anti-Jewish TV program called "America is a Changing Country" was aired on cable access television in Maryland.
The Web site calls the women "homicidal mothers" and the abortions "infanticides who must be punished." It also encourages antiabortion activists to take the material from the site to local cable access television stations.
THIRTY-TWO YEARS AGO Ralph Lee Smith published an influential appeal concerning the future of cable access television (CATV) in the pages of The Nation.
Instead, he produced a local cable access television show called InternetTV.
Once the work is completed, the museum will be filming public service announcements for local Cable Access Television.
Newly-elected Selectman John Hadley made it one of his election goals to see more of the town's board and committee meetings on cable access television.
West Boylston Cable Access Television Studio was seeking public donations to continue to provide the quality programming it had provided during the station's first year in operation.
BOYLSTON - A dispute between Cable Access Television and the Council on Aging (COA) was apparently solved last week, before it reached the selectmen's table on Monday.
He also created the Youth Commission for the Town of Northbridge and operated his own cable access television show entitled "Good Afternoon Blackstone Valley".
However, some sections of the law may be unheard of for some drivers, according to Boylston Police Chief Anthony Sahagian, who has sent a copy of the new law to The Banner and advisories to Boylston cable access television.