To celebrate Community Media Day in Falmouth, FCTV will present a special live program on Public Channel 13 to discuss the importance of community media, especially in the midst of the pandemic, and to highlight the work of many of the nonprofit organizations that have partnered with FCTV over the past year. The program will be hosted by FCTV board president Barbara Kanellopoulos on Wednesday, October 20, at 7 PM. The program can also be seen live on the FCTV website at

The Falmouth Select Board proclaimed Wednesday, October 20, as “Community Media Day” in Falmouth, resolving that Falmouth Community Television “plays a vital role in the building of our community by encouraging conversations about our common interests, increasing discourse around policy issues, fostering understanding of local cultures, and sharing information to improve our lives.”

Falmouth Community Television is a nonprofit community media center that fosters the production and distribution of local information. FCTV provides access to training, technology, and content to encourage community dialogue, awareness, and expression. For more information about FCTV’s services, classes, programming, and events, visit or its Facebook page at

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