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Swansea Cable Access TV

Our Mission

Swansea Cable Access TV is a municipal department committed to empowering the community to produce content as well as to produce engaging and informative content that is distributed through various media platforms.

Swansea Cable Access TV is a municipal department committed to empowering the community to produce content as well as to produce engaging and informative content that is distributed through various media platforms.

OUR Channels

Swansea Cable Access TV has 3 local PEG channels that cover events including sports, meetings, and public access show as well as original content.

Residents who have Comcast as their TV provider can view our PEG Channels on Channels 9, 15, and 98.

Click on the Icon Below to See Our Live Stream of Channel 15

Special Town Meeting

The Special Town Meeting that was scheduled for November 23, 2020 has been rescheduled for Monday, November 30, 2020. This meeting will start at 7pm and will take place at His Providence Church.

Corona Virus (COVID-19)

Keep informed about the latest news concerning COVID-19.

Town and Board Meetings is Just one Click Away

Veterans Day

Veterans Day Ceremony

On November 11th, 2020, a ceremony to pay tribute for the sacrifices of our veterans that took place at the Veterans Memorial Green on Gardner’s Neck Road in Swansea. The event was sponsored by the American Legion Post #303, The Veterans of Foreign Wars Post #2045, and Swansea’s Department of Veteran Services.

Upcoming Events

Special Town Meeting

Date

November 30th

Time

7 PM

Location

His Providence Church

Board of Selectmen

Date

December 1st

Time

6:30 PM

Location

Live on Channel 15 and Online

Library board of Trustees

Date

December 2nd

Time

5 PM

Location

Virtually Via Zoom

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About SCATV

Learn More About US.

The Artist Corner

See Roots Run Wild perform on Channel 15 and online.

Cable Oversight Committee

On September 17th, 2020 the Swansea Cable Oversight Committee held a meeting virtually. As required due to Governor Baker’s order all meetings done virtually must be able to be accesses by the public in some form including a way to view the meeting and join if they so choose. Oversight Committee Meeting are not usually recorded but will be recorded until Governor Baker’s order is terminated.