Welcome To:

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 network which covers town meetings, sporting events, and produces original content for the educational and entertainment of the Town of Swansea. SCATV is also a network that is streaming across multiple platforms including Facebook, Youtube, Vimeo, Comcast, and on our website. 

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

Corona Virus (COVID-19)

Keep informed about the latest news concerning COVID-19.

Town and Board Meetings is Just one Click Away

Emergency Broadband Benefit

The Emergency Broadband Benefit is an FCC program to help households struggling to pay for internet service during the pandemic. This new benefit will connect eligible households to jobs, critical healthcare services, and virtual classrooms.

Upcoming Events

Planning Board

Date

May 17th

Time

6:30 PM

Location

Zoom

Park Commission

Date

May 18th

Time

6 PM

Location

Swansea Police Station

Annual Town Meeting

Date

June 14th

Time

7 PM

Location

Joseph Case High School

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About SCATV

Learn More About US.

JCHS Fall Sports

Looking for high school sports. Check out the spring/fall sports here.

Cable Oversight Committee

On April 1st, 2021 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.