Public Town Meetings will be broadcast live and re-broadcast the following day at 1:00PM, 6:00PM* (* if there is no live broadcast), 11:00 PM and 2:30AM and the next day at 9:00AM.
If you wonder what’s happening in and about town?
Check out F.C.T.V. (Farmington Community TV)
Metrocast channel 26 your station for information about
events of local and regional interest, also live Broadcast
of the various boards and committees so you can keep abreast
of local politics and where your tax dollars are going
in addition to locally produced public interest noncommercial media
involving a diverse subject matter such as music, nature and art.
If you have non-profit community oriented event you want to post
on the station just click on the bulletin board line on this page.
Farmington Community Television Channel 26
Greetings to the Town of Farmington NH.
If all goes according to schedule, by the time this report is out, Farmington Community Television channel 26, ‘FCTV26’, will have all new equipment installations in place.
In addition to the replacement of the two existing cameras in the Selectmen’s Chambers, a third camera will be installed which will alleviate the blind spots in the room. These cameras (thirty years newer) will generate a higher quality picture.
All of the meetings will be broadcast and stored on a server that has more dependable medium distribution and online broadcast capabilities.
Funding for the upgrades, with a total cost of $38,760.00, is a result of franchise fees collected by MetroCast Cable. These and future improvements will make FCTV26 a more reliable and enjoyable experience for our viewers.
Robert Hall, FCTV Coordinator