Madison Cable Access Group, Inc.
18 - Public
Channel 19 - Education
Channel 20 - Government
8 Campus Drive, Madison, CT 06443
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Privacy Statement: Madison Cable Access Group, Inc.
(MCAG) is responsible for this site.
The site is informational only. MCAG
does not at any time save or track any
information, personal or otherwise,
through its website for any purposes whatever.
Office hours are Tues., Wed., & Thurs., 6:30-8:30 pm, and weekday hours available from 10 am to 5 pm by calling 245-5677 or emailing email@example.com. Other times are also available by appointment.
involved is easy.
What is Public Access Television? The place where residents, and people who work in town, bring in tapes and air them on Madison's TV Channels (18, 19, & 20).
does it work? Come in and learn how to use a camera, and sign one out for a show you would like to produce. Or if you already have a tape, sign it up for airplay.
We can also schedule training in editing tapes for airing.
MISSION STATEMENT: MCAG facilitates the non-commercial program production by Madison residents who use MCAG's equipment and studio facilities for the education, entertainment and conveying of information and opinions for the residents of Madison, Connecticut.
HISTORY: The Madison Cable
Access Group was formed in 1982 as a non-profit, tax exempt organization composed
of volunteers who are adult residents of Madison. Incorporated under the statutes
of the State of Connecticut, and in cooperation with COMCAST to provide the
means and stimulus for residents to have direct access to the television medium
on local cable channels 18, 19 and 20 for non-commercial programs. The facilities
and studio is currently located in the Arts Barn on the Town Campus.
Funding for MCAG is primarily from Comcast that serves the seven Connecticut towns of Branford, East Haven, Guilford, Madison, North Branford, North Haven and Wallingford, with additional support from the town of Madison.
The Board of Directors are elected annually by the membership of MCAG to supervise overall activities, establish policies and procedures, develop annual budgets for the purchasing and maintenance of equipment. Members meet bi-monthly on the second Wednesday every other month at the Arts Barn at 7:30 p.m.
Officers of the Board of Directors:
Chairman - Abigail White
Vice Chairman - John Woods
Secretary - Yale Badik
Treasurer - Steve Fuest
All residents are encouraged to produce shows for broadcasting.
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