SCATV is always trying to think ahead of the curve and tap into new creative ways to create media for our community. Here is a brand new version of SCATV’s Somerville News Readings (stories from Somerville Times and Somerville Journal). … Continue reading
MEH Kyown’s Television Ship presents: Ignore Emporium Produced here at Somerville Community Access Television, SCATV producer, Bryan McKeon brings the two worlds of music and experimental video production to a whole new level. Enjoy!
Boston Free Radio’s “Words on Film” debuts on SCATV with episode one. Listen to host and movie critic, Dan Burke, as he discusses and reviews current movies. You can tune in live every Tuesday at 1pm at http://www.bostonfreeradio.com.
Retrospective Community Media Screening Saturday, June 20th at 3pm at the Davis Square Theatre, organized by the Community Vault Program Committee which includes Somerville Community Access Television staff member, Erica Jones, and local filmmakers (and SCATV members) Emily Falcigno, Bryan Mckeon and Amanda … Continue reading
Somerville, MA, April 21, 2015 – Lorena Del Mar Ramirez moved out of her mother’s home several months ago. An 18-year-old high school senior, Del Mar Ramirez works over 35 hours each week to pay her share of her rent … Continue reading
*SNN apologizes for this oversight but in this news video, Boston City Councilor, Tito Jackson, is mistakenly referred to as Tito Jackson.* Somerville, MA, April 21, 2015 – Somerville residents were among the thousands of demonstrators who took to the … Continue reading
The Somerville Community Access Television team conducted a series of interviews with regional filmmakers in the greater Boston area during Boston Indie Mafia’s Hob Nob Social event at the Arts at the Armory. Below is the playlist of all the … Continue reading
Somerville, MA, July 1, 2014 – “Somerville in the summertime can be tough because there’s no body of water,” Julia Wallerce said. But she loves “taking long walks on the community path”. Other residents, like listening to music, playing basketball, … Continue reading
Somerville, MA, July 1, 2014 – Somerville residents walk by public art every day, from murals and painted switchboxes to sculptures and memorials. But, unless they were looking, a passerby might not even notice one particular creator’s art, or “not art,” … Continue reading
What do you know about net neutrality? What services will consumers have access to in the future? What does the future hold for open media in the US? Tuesday, March 25 from 7-9:00pm at Tufts University’s Tisch Library in Rm. 304 Net … Continue reading