Pembroke Quarterly Newsletter Volume 1| April 6, 2018
We Inform and Empower Our Communities to Connect and
Engage Through Media
Serving Pembroke
PACTV covers Pembroke government meetings and produces informational shows with local officials - but we do so much more!

We provide training and equipment for residents who want to produce their own shows, have an award-winning news program, cover parades, help non-profits promote their organizations and offer a broad range of classes .

We hope you will visit us online or in person and find out what PACTV has to offer Pembroke residents and organizations.
Pembroke Stories on
EMT students learn Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support protocol at Emergency Medical Teaching Services in Pembroke.
Pembroke Town Clerk Mary Anne Smith Retires.

  The Town of Pembroke signed on to Google's educational program, titled G- Suite - see how it works in the classroom
Pembroke Town Administrator Ed Thorne talks to Pembroke Fire Chief J. Michael Hill about budget concerns and staffing for the Pembroke Fire Department.
For more Pembroke stories on PACTV Community News Click Here to Go to Our YouTube Channel
Town Meeting
Pembroke Town Administrator Ed Thorne discusses the upcoming budget proposal for the May 2018 Pembroke Town Meeting with Pembroke Police Chief Richard Wall.
The Town of Pembroke's Annual Town Meeting will be live on Comcast 15 on May 8th starting 7:00 PM. The meeting will replay during the weekend of May 11th.
Pembroke Town Election
PACTV is sponsoring a live Pembroke Candidate Forum on April 19, 2018 beginning at 6:00 p.m. Participants are determined by contested races. Watch candidates for Town Clerk and Board of Selectman discuss the issues affecting Pembroke residents and make their case for your vote.
Pembroke's town election will take place on May 12, 2018. Candidates running for town offices are invited to the PACTV studios on April 23rd and 24th to record their own 3-minute presentation promoting their candidacy. Watch "Pembroke's Candidate Spotlight" starting on May 5th on Comcast 15.
Video Challenge
Flex your creative muscles and make a 1-2 minute video expressing the theme New Beginnings - winners of four prize categories will be awarded at a fun studio screening event on May 24th! Click Here for Details
April Vacation Workshop
Are you a teen interested in a career in journalism? Do you have stories you want to tell? PACTV's new Video Journalism and News Workshop will teach you about shooting, location lighting and audio, and how to create a news package.
The workshop will be held April 16th-20th from 10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m., and is only $175.00 for the week!

Make Your Own Show
PACTV has studios and video equipment that you can use for free to make your own television show or video for the Community Channel. Membership costs are low, and include free basic classes. Click Here for the Class List Schedule a free tour and see what we have to offer! Contact Kim Miot at to find out more.
Ways to Watch
Watch on Cable TV
Education Channel

Comcast 14 is the place to watch school concerts, student projects, chool events, Pembroke High School graduation and find out school information.
Community Channel

Comcast 13 has local programs from Pembroke and the surrounding towns. Watch the Memorial Day parade, Pembroke stories on PACTV Community News and more.
Government Channel

Watch the Board of Selectmen meetings and other meeting coverage each week. Watch town meeting and government shows such as Pembroke Today and Elder Savvy.
PACTV is Supported By
PACTV is grateful for the support of local businesses and organizations who help enable our mission of informing and empowering our community. If your organization would like to become a PACTV Supporter, please contact Julie Thompson at
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