OK, maybe only if you’re a fan of local access cable and have switched to FiOS?
We have our stations back!
Grafton Community Television is thrilled to announce that as of June 17, all three Grafton Access Television Channels are now available on Verizon Cable!
Verizon subscribers can find Grafton Community Television, Public Access, on Verizon Cable Channel 34, Grafton Government Television, Government Access, on Verizon Cable Channel 33, and Grafton Education Television, Education Access, on Verizon Cable Channel 32. The signals simulcast from the GCTV Studio at 296 Providence Rd., and the exact same content is available to both Charter and Verizon customers with regard to regular live broadcasts from the GCTV Studio and regularly scheduled programming on all three channels.
Live broadcasts from remote locations, such as the Grafton Municipal Center, Grafton High School and Grafton Common are not yet available to Verizon customers; however, the groundwork has been laid for live remote cablecasts and we are hopeful that within the next few weeks those efforts will pay off.
For more information on when live remote cablecasts will be available to Verizon customers, please contact the Grafton Cable Television Oversight Committee or the GCTV Studio at 508-839-2983 or at GCTV11@charter.net with any questions.
Sadly, this does mean Wednesday’s live broadcast of “2 Guys Who Like To Talk” from Grafton Common will not be shown live to Verizon watchers, but I was planning to go to the Common that night to heckle their guest, Farmers Market advocate Michael Urban, anyway.