Access Tuolumne is a non-profit, community media organization serving the residents of Tuolumne County. We provide airtime on the local cable TV channels and online and offer media production training, facilities, and equipment. We promote free speech and community media.
You can watch our broadcast on Comcast Channel 8, or right here. All of our local programming is archived and available on demand. Just click WATCH on the menu above.
Our current content is a mix of local government and community programming, programs from other public access stations, content under Creative Commons licensing, and items of interest found in the Public Domain. We hope that these programs will interest, engage, and inform. Most of all, we hope it will inspire you to make your own show. That’s what public access is all about!
Are you a non-profit agency trying to get the word out about your services or a special event? Advertise on our bulletin board. Do you have a recording you’d like to broadcast on Access Tuolumne? Check out our broadcast fees and submission guidelines. Do you want to use our equipment or studio to make your own program?
Would you like us to record your event for broadcast on Access Tuolumne and elsewhere? We can do that, too.
Access Tuolumne’s legal name is Tuolumne County Community Cable Access (TCCCA), a California Nonprofit Public Benefit Corporation. It was created to facilitate public access to the local cable television service. Public access television was established in the 70s by the Federal Communication Commission (FCC)….
Access Tuolumne serves Tuolumne County residents in a number of ways. Our broadcast includes local meetings and events, along with programming with a local audience in mind. Our Bulletin Board is designed to inform and assist the community. Along with news, traffic, and emergency…
Access Tuolumne now broadcasts from early morning until the evening hours every day of the week. We started out with our local programming – government meetings, community events, and religious services. To that, we’ve added a mix of programming from other public access stations,…