PACTV Newsletter Volume 2| April 4, 2018
We Inform and Empower Our Communities to Connect and
Engage Through Media
How PACTV Serves You
Would you like to present your work as an artist, community journalist, educator or storyteller on public access TV? We will help you! See Make Your Own Show below to get started. PACTV is committed to encouraging locally-produced, non-commercial media as an essential element of free expression and engagement at a local level.
Our Community on PACTV
State Representative Matt Muratore, Plymouth Town Manager Melissa Arrighi, & Ken Tavares, Chair of the Plymouth Board of Selectmen discuss the new Plymouth Town Hall
Bill Moore of BlumShapiro on the Impacts of GOP tax bill

The Nuclear Regulatory Commission hosts an Annual Assessment of the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Plant with Entergy at Hotel 1620
PCN interviews Miles LeGrow, one of the organizers of the March for Our Lives Rally in Plymouth

South Shore Community Action Council Receives Training Scholarship
Pembroke Town Administrator Ed Thorne discusses the upcoming budget proposal for the May 2018 Pembroke Town Meeting with Pembroke Police Chief Richard Wall.
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.
Video Challenge Deadline - May 1st
There is less than a month to create your entry for the PACTV Video Challenge. Create your original video (1-2 minutes long) that expresses the theme "New Beginnings." Winners will be entered to win prizes that will be awarded at a fun studio screening event at PACTV on May 24th! Click Here for Details
Behind the Scenes
Maureen Boyle takes a moment to sit down in her new office after a year that included earning her MA in Communication from Emerson College, getting married in Ireland, and being promoted to News Director at PACTV Community News. Go, Maureen!
Fire Safety Training gave Dave Antoine the chance to release some pressure
Upcoming Events
5K Race to Benefit Meals on Wheels April 29th! Click Here to Watch
Pirates Ashore on May 19th at the Mayflower House!
Ways to Watch
Watch on Cable TV
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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