NYC Public Access

Bronx Net
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BronxNet provides hands-on television production training, equipment access and channels for Bronx residents. Award-winning BronxNet programs keep BronxNet in touch with the people, issues, neighborhoods and activities that make the borough what it is today.

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BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. We present and incubate work by artists and media-makers who reflect the diversity that surrounds us. BRIC programs reach hundreds of thousands of people each year. 

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DCTV is a media arts center that fosters diverse viewpoints by providing professional training, state-of-the-industry resources, and by creating outstanding documentary productions, with the belief that diversity of expression strengthens our democracy and enhances civil society.

Queens Public Television
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QPTV has a long standing history of serving the community. In 1982 QPTV made its entrance on the national stage of community television. Since our inception we have trained thousands of residents and cablecast over 90,000 programs. QPTV continues to be a leader in community television in New York. For over 30 years QPTV has advocated and supported media “of the people, by the people, for the people.”

Staten Island Community Television
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If you’ve ever dreamed of working in Television or having your own show, Community Access is a wonderful tool and a great place to get started.  Volunteer producers across the country serve as assets to communities, neighborhoods, and people they represent by creating entertaining shows and the topics are endless.  In an age of ever-growing and changing technology, Community Access is important.  Everyone deserves a voice, everyone deserves the right to expression of ideas and concerns involving the community in which they live.